Open year-round

Cherry Street Pier is a year-round, mixed-use public space on the central Delaware River waterfront. Built into the shell of a century-old municipal pier, it is a reflection of Philadelphia today—creative, diverse, historic, adaptable, and inspired.

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Cory J. Popp
Maria Young
Maria Young
Maria Young
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Safety Is Our Priority

Your safety is our priority! Cherry Street Pier will continue to operate as scheduled in compliance with safety guidelines set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the City of Philadelphia, and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. All visitors must wear masks and remain 6ft apart to maintain physical distancing, and we ask people to please remain home if you’re sick.

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Valentine's Day Gift Guide

Spread the love this Valentine’s Day by supporting local creatives and presenting gifts of adoration, admiration, and affection to all the special people in your life with help from the Cherry Street Pier Valentine’s Day Gift Guide.

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Exhibition

After the Fall

Don’t miss After the Fall by multimedia artist John Schlesinger. The works explore the narratives of trauma, loss, memories, and renewal through recycled materials. The perfect installation to check out in the New Year.

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Movers & Makers

“Movers and Makers” is a WHYY TV weekly production. Login to WHYY.org for more episodes and show air times. Show Producers: Monica Rogozinski, Karen Smyles, and Naomi Brito. Website: www.whyy.org/moversandmakers
Instagram: @moversandmakerswhyy

A MIXED-USE PUBLIC SPACE

The Space

Cherry Street Pier was designed for the Philadelphia community, by the Philadelphia community. Here, you’ll watch artists at work, shop ever-changing markets, and find one-of-a-kind programming, exhibitions, and spaces for reflection along the river.

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TRANSFORMING MUNICIPAL PIER 9

Our Story

Cherry Street Pier is a 65,000 square foot warehouse and former shipping pier which was a vibrant part of Philadelphia’s shipping industry. Originally built in 1919 as Shipping Pier 9, it has been carefully repurposed to preserve and celebrate its historic value including the original railroad tracks, steel trussed roof, and masonry headhouses.

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