Sunday, January 21, 2018

Hidden Gem of Philadelphia - Magic Gardens

Explorer Lens

Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens is a masterpiece of art and creativity.
This place is a hidden gem in Philadelphia which many people are not aware of.

The 3000 square foot art gallery space was created by famous mosaic artist Isaiah Zagar in 2002.
It is the largest work produced by him till date and displays his amazingly unique and creative artwork. There are also a lot of workshops and tours held on a regular basis.

Timings - It is open from Wednesday to Monday, 11:00 am to 6:00 p.m. Tuesday is closed.

Entry Fee - There is a nominal ticket of $10 for an adult which goes into maintaining the garden.

ExplorerLens Gyan -
1. There is no parking at the venue so please check for public parking nearby.
2. The place looks better in the evening so please plan your travel accordingly so that you
    can click some pics after sunset.
3. Take some food and water with you as there is no cafe inside.
4. Don't go during the peak winter time when it snows as the basement art space of the garden
    might be closed.

Enough of gyan.
So let's show you this place through a lens of an explorer and for that I present to you the photo-walk -:

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