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Talleyrand Park

Talleyrand Park: Guided Outing

Explore the historic features of Talleyrand Park including the Edible Landscape Garden, the Freight House, the Sculpture Garden, the many bridges crossing Spring Creek and more.

Talleyrand Park: Guided Outing
Talleyrand Park: Guided Outing

Dates & Times

Jun 09, 2024, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Talleyrand Park, Talleyrand Park, W High St, Bellefonte, PA 16823, USA

About the event

There is always something new to discover at Talleyrand Park in downtown Historic Bellefonte. Many are familiar with the gazebo, ducks, and playground here, but can you find the sculpture garden, edible landscape garden, and the bridge that connects the two main areas of the park? Cross High Street to stroll along the Bellefonte Waterfront pedestrian walkway along Spring Creek that includes easy access to the stream for flyfishing and kayaking via staircases into the water.

On Sunday, June 9, Local Historia’s Matt Maris will join our Centred Outdoors guides to lead two outings in  Talleyrand Park. "The history of Bellefonte’s waterfront is at the  heart of the area’s history,” says Maris. “From the Big Spring to the  Gamble Mill, the tour includes discussion of industries like the Match  Factory, railroads, former structures, the development of Talleyrand  Park as well as other stories about Bellefonte and its people." On Thursday, June 13, our Centred Outdoors guides will lead another unique  outing to explore the park from both a nature-based and historical  perspective.

Talleyrand Park Maps & Destination Info

Parking Information: The Borough lot at 404 W High St. and the metered, diagonal spaces along the W High St edge of Talleyrand Park will be free during Centred Outdoors events. NOTE: If you are in the parking space well before or after the event, normal parking rates apply.

Difficulty: Easy

Hike Distance (miles): 1.0

What To Expect: The paths at Talleyrand Park are wide, flat, and easy. Creek crossings include bridges with steps. 

How To Prepare: Sturdy shoes and a water bottle are recommended.

Limited free transportation is available: Reserve a Seat

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