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The park has thousands of blooming shrubs/bushes and is a must see in the spring when the lilacs are in bloom. Great walking and the smell of lilacs is incredible. If you go during the Lilac Festival there is plenty to eat and drink and...More
My kids and I love to visit Highland Park, especially since the addition of the new wooden playground off Highland Ave. Fun walking trails, two great playgrounds, the reservoir, the Conservatory. So much to see and do. Definitely a fun place to visit when in...More
Beautiful gardens to see, there are different types of trees & flowering bushes along the path. Great place for a picnic or special event pictures. Winding path up a hill leads to a wonderful view. Make it to the top to see the water basin...More
Lilacs and magnolias were in bloom. The fragrance was wonderful. Considerable crowd for a weekday afternoon, but with beautiful weather. The gardens are worth walking around. The music at night probably gives people something to do, but I think that the festival overall is probably...More
Highland Park is always a fun place to visit, but even more so during the Lilac Festival. The lilacs were perfect this year....out in full bloom! All the other flowers and activities were perfect too...a great day in the park!
As with others, I'm sorry I did not see this question before your visit. I hope you had a wonderful time, and that you saw the lilacs (which sometimes get forgotten among the razzmatazz of the part of the festival that is... More
As with others, I'm sorry I did not see this question before your visit. I hope you had a wonderful time, and that you saw the lilacs (which sometimes get forgotten among the razzmatazz of the part of the festival that is south of the lilacs. I hope you also saw the Lamberton Conservatory, and that perhaps one of the musical events was to your taste.