Merion Botanical Park

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Merion Botanical Park

The Merion Botanical Park (13.5 acres) is a city park and botanical garden located at 100 Merion Road, Merion, Pennsylvania. It is open daily without charge. The park was created in 1944 adjacent to the railway tracks, and now contains azaleas, dogwoods, magnolias, cut-leaf maples, redbuds, rhododendron, and viburnum.

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Coordinates: 39°59′42″N 75°15′03″W / 39.9949°N 75.2508°W / 39.9949; -75.2508