Da Vinci’s Pub: The Art Of The Pour

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Collegeville has no shortage of great places to grab a drink, but locals all seem to flock to Da Vinci’s Pub at one time or another. The reasons why are manifold: it’s got a classic vibe updated with modern technology. Located in the former home of Harpoon Louie’s, the décor has tons of carved wood […]

Artisans Gallery and Café: Coffee And Comfort

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This Phoenixville coffee shop has become one of the area's most popular hangouts, with great food and beverages complemented by a casual, comfortable atmosphere. The walls are hung with pottery and paintings by local artists, many of which are for sale. All of the coffee is served in handcrafted mugs as well, which really gives […]

Green Lane Park: Aquatic Wonderland

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Considered to be one of Montgomery County’s best parks, Green Lane Park boasts a spectacular 3,400 acres and three gorgeous lakes for all kinds of recreational activities. Miles of nature trails wend through the property, appropriate for hikers, bikers and horseback riders equally. The Reservoir is zoned for both boating and swimming, and there are […]

Hiway Theatre: A Classic Community Movie Theater

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There’s something uniquely charming about a neighborhood movie theater that has stayed small in an era of multi-screen 3D megaplexes. Jenkintown’s Hiway Theatre was built in 1913 and has served the community for almost a century. The theater has been held by a variety of owners over the decades, but most recently it was purchased […]

Otto’s Brauhaus: Classic Brew House

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Beer lovers from all over the Philadelphia area have been flocking to Otto’s Brauhaus in Horsham to sample the traditional German brews on offer. Open since the 1930s, it has transitioned through several owners while still maintaining a high level of quality and service. The German food here can’t be beat, with regulars raving about […]

Graeme Park: Historic Park

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Located in Montgomery County, Graeme Park has been a popular destination for people looking to explore the rich history of the region. The centerpiece of the park is the Keith House, the only standing residence of Pennsylvania’s colonial-era governors. Constructed in 1722, the house – originally named “Fountain Low” – has remained almost completely unchanged […]

Clearview Bala Theatre: Cinema Paradise

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One of the most beautiful classic theaters in Pennsylvania, the Clearview Bala was built in 1926 and still boasts the awesome Egyptian Revival motifs that were popular in that era. The inside is equally beautiful. In the 1990s, the space was turned from one large screen into a triplex, but the firm they hired to […]

Color Me Mine: Creative Passions

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Artists of all skill levels have been flocking to Montgomeryville’s Color Me Mine for years, and the wide range of creative activities available is very enticing. The process couldn’t be more simple: first, you select from one of hundreds of ceramic pieces to paint on,  from mugs, plates and tiles to more complicated pieces, and […]

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