Tour public art in Philadelphia with the Association for Public Art’s Outdoor Sculpture Bike Map! Created in collaboration with the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia, our bike map offers a 4- and 10-mile route with sculpture stops and scenic views throughout East and West Fairmount Park.
The map also indicates which artworks have Museum Without Walls™: AUDIO programs, which are accessible by phone, mobile app or online. Riders can refer to the map or on-site signage to see if an audio program is available for a particular sculpture.
Daniel Chester French (1850 - 1931), Edward C. Potter (1857 - 1923)
Kelly and Fountain Green Drives
Just four days after the death of General Grant in 1885, the Fairmount Park Art Association (now the Association for Public Art) formed a committee to create a fund for erecting an appropriate memorial.
Horticulture Center grounds (Belmont Avenue and North Horticultural Drive, West Fairmount Park)
An Art Nouveau-style bronze sundial atop a sculpted limestone base representing the four seasons. Spring holds a rose; Summer carries poppies; Autumn wears grapes in her hair; and Winter has a pine branch.