World Reviewer rating

Not yet rated

Boathouse Row

Listed under Urban in Philadelphia, United States.

  • Photo of Boathouse Row
  • Photo of Boathouse Row
  • Photo of Boathouse Row
  • Photo of Boathouse Row
Photo of Boathouse Row
Photo by flickr user rowens27
Pin It

Boathouse Row is located on the east bank of the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The row consists of 15 boathouses including some for rowing clubs, housing socials and the Schuylkill Navy. All of the boathouses are at least a century old.

Boathouse Row can be seen lit up at night when driving past them on the highway. Colleges around the area such as University of Pennsylvania, Drexel and La Salle row out of houses here. The houses are designated National Historic Landmarks and on the National Register of Historic Places.

Written by  Cassandra Lund.

Comments, reviews and questions by other travellers

There are no posts. Why not be the first to have your say?

Post a comment, review or question

I want to
Question
My comment - optional
Rating - how would you rate this place or experience?
 

Who's been here

Similar Experiences

  • Vicenza Palladian Villas

    'Founded in the 2nd century B.C. in northern Italy, Vicenza prospered under Venetian rule from the early 15th to the end of the…

  • Albayzín

    El Albayzín is the traditional Moorish heart of Granada, across the river from the Alhambra palace on a steep bit of hillside. …

  • Maritime Greenwich

    'The ensemble of buildings at Greenwich, an outlying district of London, and the park in which they are set, symbolize English …

Nearby Experiences

  • Benjamin Franklin

    January 17, 1706 – April 17, 1790 Founding Father of the United States, author, political theorist, politician, printer, scie…

  • Rittenhouse Square

    Rittenhouse Square is located in Center City, Philadelphia. It is one of the most expensive places to live in the United States…

  • The Mütter Museum

    Philadelphia’s Mütter Museum caters for those whose ‘things to see before I die lists’ are slightly more obtuse than your avera…

Related links

Contribute to this page