Getting Here

Cherry Street Pier is located at 121 N. Columbus Boulevard in Philadelphia, just south of Race Street Pier.

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Know Before You Go

There is more to do along the Delaware River Waterfront than ever: more food, drinks, live music, arcade and boardwalk games, family-friendly activities, art exhibitions, and markets. And even more exciting things are on the horizon as DRWC builds Philadelphia’s new Park at Penn’s Landing. As you plan your next visit to the Pier, here is what you need to know: Event Guidelines, Park at Penn’s Landing Construction Information, FAQs, and Travel Information.


Delaware River Trail

Take the Trail to Access Exhibitions and Special Events at the Pier


The Delaware River Trail is a scenic multimodal trail that stretches along Philadelphia’s Central Delaware River Waterfront. The trail improves accessibility to a variety of businesses, residences, and DRWC-operated public attractions such as Cherry Street Pier.

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Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing
Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest
Race Street Pier
Pier 68
Washington Avenue Pier
Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest
Cherry Street Pier
Spruce Street Harbor Park

Cherry Street Pier is free and open to the public. The Pier is open rain or shine.


121 N. Columbus Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19106


Monday – Thursday: 12 pm – 9 pm
Friday: 12 pm – 11 pm
Saturday: 11 am – 11 pm
Sunday: 11 am – 9 pm


Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, 12 pm – 11 pm
President’s Day, 12 pm – 11 pm
Memorial Day, TBD
Independence Day, TBD
Thanksgiving Day, TBD
Christmas Eve, TBD
Christmas Day, TBD
New Year’s Eve, TBD
New Year’s Day, TBD

Arrive at Cherry Street Pier


Cherry Street Pier accommodates bike parking, with bike ranks located adjacent to the Pier. Completing the multi-modal Delaware River Trail makes it easier for riders, walkers, and joggers to access more places along the river.

Some sidewalks or pedestrian paths may be closed during the construction of the new park at Penn’s Landing. Access to the Delaware River Waterfront via Chestnut and Walnut Streets is no longer available. However, the best walking routes to the trail from Center City are South, Spruce, and Market Streets to Columbus Boulevard.


Philly’s bike share program, Indego, has three easy-access stations within walking distance, which include Columbus Boulevard and Race Street, Delaware River Street and Penn Street, and Foglietta Plaza and Dock Street. Check for real-time updates on Indego bike availability at these locations.


The waterfront is easily accessible by various SEPTA bus routes, many close to the pier.  SEPTA Bus Routes 512, 1721, 333842, and 44 (except routes 25 and 48) have new start and end locations currently in effect due to construction on the new Park at Penn’s Landing.

To stay up to date on route changes, visit


The SEPTA Market-Frankford Line (the Blue Line) stops at Second Street and Market Street, about half a mile from Cherry Street Pier.


The Philly Phlash stops at Penn’s Landing and other major tourist destinations. Visit the website for tickets and more information. It runs seasonally.


Hop on the ferry for a seamless journey to all your favorite Waterfront destinations, from Cherry Street Pier to Spruce Street Harbor Park in Philadelphia, Adventure Aquarium, a show at the Freedom Mortgage Pavilion, or the Battleship New Jersey in Camden. The ferry runs seasonally.


Parking along Penn’s Landing will be limited due to construction on the new Park at Penn’s Landing. We encourage visitors to arrive at the Waterfront by public transit, carpooling, rideshare, or using the Delaware River Trail.

Upon arriving on the Philadelphia Waterfront, please follow all construction signs and barriers to avoid restricted areas. Be mindful of the increased heavy vehicle, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic along the Delaware River Trail. Visitors arriving by car can expect increased traffic around the construction zone and reduced parking near the construction sites. Follow posted signs.

However, if you arrive by car, we have you covered. The following are recommended parking lots adjacent to or along Penn’s Landing:

The parking fee for DRWC-owned lots (Market and Lombard Street) is a flat rate of $20 per day. Parking lots accept cash or credit cards. Please note that parking rates are subject to change. Tailgating is prohibited, and parking is limited.

DRWC is committed to providing a safe and comfortable experience for all patrons. Each parking lot has parking for patrons with a valid handicap license plate or other authorized identification. Spots are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please note that oversized vehicles are double the posted parking rate for that day and are subject to availability.


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The closest parking lots are located at Market Street and Columbus Boulevard. There are other parking lots and street parking along Columbus Boulevard and in nearby Old City.

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