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The Woodlands’ 54-acre undulating landscape is at once a one-of-a-kind 18th-century English pleasure garden, 19th-century rural cemetery, and a modern green oasis for its neighbors in bustling University City and West Philadelphia. The Woodlands was designated a National Historic Landmark District in recognition of its unique history and rich resources. Actively used today, the cemetery, mansion, landscape, and programs are an educational resource for local school children, community residents, university students, as well as for a small, highly motivated cadre of scholars seeking further understanding of American architectural and botanical history, urban development, and the origin and growth of West Philadelphia.
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It would be better if the pavement on the place would be more smooth and even so that bicyclists like myself could ride, train and race other bicyclists. I also like this place because of the tree. It kinda reminds me of the forest.
I love coming here to walk my dog around the outer dirt trail. It's beautiful. The Grave Gardener program is a great resource and the flowers feel like a gift to the people resting in the cemetery from previous centuries.
Lovely walk, especially at dusk, in a picturesque location that is well-kept and historic. Philadelphia has many Victorian cemeteries, and all seem overshadowed by the grand Mt. Laurel, but The Woodlands has the most charismatic and quaint character, and no two tombstones are the same. Well-kept paths and well-maintained grounds, but as the cemetery is very hilly, it may be a challenging walk for those who are often short of breath. There are no bathrooms or facilities inside the grounds, and it is suggested that you do not disturb the historic cemetery in any way, shape, or form, so that others can enjoy it in the future.