Where to Park for the Philadelphia Science Festival
Put your thinking caps on: On April 21, the Philadelphia Science Festival returns for its 7th year! Organized by the Franklin Institute, the nine-day, citywide festival aims to celebrate and build a community around science, engineering and technology to perhaps inspire the next Einstein.
Through April 29, the festival will boast more than 80 events ranging from family outings to workshops for all ages scattered throughout Philly. Get a sneak peak of the festival in the promo reel below:
The grand finale comes on Saturday, April 29 during the Science Carnival at Penn’s Landing, where event-goers will be treated to live entertainment, geeky games and dynamic demonstrations. Sound like your cup of tea? Plan ahead and map out your experience by checking out the event guide here.
Before unleashing the nerdiness within you, let’s get you parked. With all the events and workshops scattered throughout Philly, you’ll find conveniently located parking at one of our seven Center City garages. If you’re holding out for the Science Carnival on April 29, our Old City AutoPark is located only blocks away from the festivities. Check out the rates below and give us a holler on Twitter or Facebook if you have any questions!
Old City AutoPark:
2nd & Sansom Streets
- Up to 1/2 hour – $4.00
- Up to 1 hours – $8.00
- Up to 1 1/2 hours – $12.50
- Up to 2 hours – $16.50
- Up to 12 hours – $18.50
- Up to 24 hours – $20.50
Early Bird – Enter by 9 a.m., exit by 6 p.m. – $10.50