Residential homes, condominiums, new construction, high-rises, quiet streets, museums, restaurants, shops, shopping centers, parks, businesses, diversity, history, and last but certainly not least, the historic Benjamin Franklin Parkway are just some of what the Art Museum/Fairmount area has to offer to its residents. In what has turned into one of the most beautiful places to live in Philadelphia, the Art Museum area is highlighted by the Parkway, which is often compared to the Champs Elysées in Paris. It stretches from Logan Circle to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and is the home of many cultural institutions along its road. The gorgeous, tree-lined parkway is culturally rich, featuring a number of museums, flags from international countries, a number of museums and institutions. Sister Cities Park, a kid and family-friendly area with fountains and an on-site café. Fairmount Avenue’s main stretch features a plethora of restaurants, cafes, shops and nightlife, and features countless streets of residential living, apartment buildings, high-rises and a number of schools and parks for families and dog owners. Families can also enjoy the nearby Philadelphia Zoo, as well as tours of Eastern State Penitentiary, located in the heart of Fairmount.