PHILADELPHIA (AP) You could walk up to the Golden Gate Bridge and not see a thing but if you did you could probably find a unicorn.
That’s the story of the world famous Magic Garden in the heart of Philly.
For more than 40 years, the place where the world is born has been transformed into a magical wonderland for kids and adults, from preschoolers to grownups.
But that’s changing, with new rules being put in place to make sure the place doesn’t turn into a place where children become adults, or become homeless.
And the Golden Garden has changed too.
In addition to the new rules, the area will also have to become more family-friendly and has a new security guard to keep visitors safe.
The Magic Garden has been in the same spot since 1964, and it’s been a fixture in Philadelphia for over that time.
Now, the city has a set of new rules that will allow it to stay open for a year or more after the expiration of its license.
The new rules include making sure that people are at least 18 and that they’re allowed to bring food, drinks, snacks and any other items they need to live in the Garden.
And if a parent or guardian of a child goes to the Garden and gets caught in the new security measures, they will be fined up to $1,000 and their license will be permanently revoked.
But in a big change, the Garden will also be allowed to become a shelter for children under the age of 13.
It’s still unclear how many children will be allowed into the Garden during the year.
So far, only five children have been admitted to the park.
The Garden has hosted several big concerts over the years, including The Clash, Pink Floyd, The Rolling Stones, The Eagles, and The Beatles.
The city has also seen a lot of change.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter has promised to bring back a downtown parking lot where you could park, and the city is planning to add more shops and restaurants.
But the Garden is still a great place to visit for anyone who wants to see the sights of the Garden with their family.