Reservoir Park (Harrisburg, PA)
On the lawn in front of the Levitt Pavilion
100 Concert Drive, Reservoir Park, Harrisburg, PA 17103
Established in 1845, Reservoir park is the oldest and largest municipal park in south-central Pennsylvania. One of the park's most charming features is the restored 1940s era Levitt Pavilion bandshell where every summer thousands flock for a variety of concerts, plays, and other performances.
Also located in Reservoir Park is a Park Ranger Station, the restored Brownstone Building arts & science education center and multiple Basketball and Tennis Courts and a two-tiered playground for children of all ages. The most commanding structure in Reservoir Park sits at the park apex - The National Civil War Museum. This museum operates daily featuring one of the most comprehensive Civil War Collections on the East Coast with a specific focus on the African American experience during the Civil War era. The Museum also houses a large meeting facility available for public use on a commercial basis, making the spot a favorite for wedding receptions and civic events.
Levitt Pavilion is the white bandshell directly inside the 20th and State Streets entrance to Reservoir Park.
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