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  • Horse Shoe Trail

    Journey from Valley Forge to the Appalachian Trail

    A challenging 130-mile trail connecting Valley Forge National Historic Park to the Appalachian Trail

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  • Hotel Fiesole

    A boutique hotel in Skippack Village with killer brunch

    Hotel Fiesole combines old-world charm with the finest modern amenities.

    Combining old-world charm with the finest modern amenities, Skippack’s Hotel Fiesole features 16 uniquely different guest rooms, Continental European cuisine served in both fine and casual dining atmospheres, a full service live entertainment lounge and banquet facilities for all occasions.

    Make sure you take in the the intricate woodwork, open air lobby and breathtaking stained glass ceilings.

    And Sunday morning means a champagne brunch buffet — one of the best in the region. Guests can choose from lobster eggs Benedict, gnocchi du jour, antipasto and a wide array of pastries.

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  • Indian Valley Bikeworks

    A surburban bike-shop convenient to the Perkiomen Trail

    Explore the leafy backroads around this suburban Montgomery County town or head for the Perkiomen trailhead, which is located about three miles up the road from this Harleysville bike shop.

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  • Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant
    North Wales

    Brewery micro-chain has inviting beer, great food and awards galore

    Iron Hill's menu features an extensive array of light fare and small dishes, wood-oven pizzas, vegetarian selections, salads and entrées.

    The award-winning Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant is the kind of place where old friends can enjoy a round of brews at the billiards tables, or dine on seared ahi tuna and prime rib.

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  • John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove

    The place that inspired America’s first great naturalist

    The place that inspired America’s first great naturalist

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  • King of Prussia Mall

    A shopper’s paradise

    Bring your walking shoes to explore the East Coast's largest shopping mall.

    The East Coast’s top shopping destination — don’t forget your walking shoes.

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  • Lorimer Park

    A 230-acre haven for wildlife amid suburban Abington Township

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  • Miss Riddle’s Candy Shop

    Skippack’s favorite candy shop offers chocolate, candy, gelato and more

    Offering a large selection of fine chocolates, candy and gelato, the store -- housed in a colorful storefront -- is wall-to-wall sweets.

    A family-owned specialty candy store, Miss Riddle’s Candy Shop can be found right in the heart of Skippack. Offering a large selection of fine chocolates, candy and gelato, the store — housed in a colorful storefront — is wall-to-wall sweets.

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  • Norristown Farm Park

    Wildlife, a working farm and breathtaking natural scenery

    Wildlife, a working farm and breathtaking natural scenery

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  • Pennypack Preserve

    More than 700 acres of natural meadows and woodlands

    More than 700 acres of natural meadows and woodlands

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  • Perkiomen Trail

    A 20-mile multi-use path from Valley Forge Park to Green Lane

    Walk, run or bike through the 20-mile Perkiomen Trail.

    Trace the route of the old Perkiomen Railroad from Valley Forge Park to Green Lane on a 20-mile trail that starts from its junction with the Schuylkill River Trail, through the lush valley of the Perkiomen Creek to Green Lane Park, the county’s largest park.

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  • Peter Wentz Farmstead

    An authentic, working 18th-century Pennsylvania German farm

    Get a glimpse of life on an 18th-century working farm, where the crops and the livestock are much the same as they would have been when the early Pennsylvania Germans first established this homestead. Learn how the farmers shear wool from sheep, visit with craftspeople producing the finished product and see open-hearth cooking in the summer kitchen.

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  • Philadelphia Athletics Museum and Library

    Fans memorialize their well-loved, long-departed team

    The Philadelphia A’s, the city’s American League team and the 1929 World Series champions, left town for Kansas City in 1954. In 1996, faithful fans formed the Philadelphia Athletics Historical Society and found this storefront in downtown Hatboro, a half-hour north of Center City Philadelphia, to house their memorabilia.

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  • Philadelphia Folk Festival

    An exciting weekend of music, food and fun on the grassy hills of Old Poole Farm

    Groovin' at the Philadelphia Folk Festival

    An exciting weekend of music, food and fun on the grassy hills of Old Poole Farm

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  • Philadelphia Premium Outlets

    Premier shopping destination in Philadelphia and the Countryside

    More than 150 stores beckon you to shop 'til you drop.

    Brand loyalists and cost-conscious shoppers will feel right at home at the Philadelphia Premium Outlets.

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  • Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College

    Eclectic art exhibits, with a campus-wide sculpture collection

    Eclectic art exhibits, with a campus-wide sculpture collection

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  • Residence Inn by Marriott
    Philadelphia Montgomeryville

    Pet-friendly, extended-stay suites in Montgomery County

    Residence Inn by Marriott

    The Residence Inn by Marriott Philadelphia Montgomeryville is your home away from home.

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  • Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary, Ryan Memorial Library

    Rare books, vaulted ceilings and arched windows inspire research

    The Ryan Memorial Library and its Rare Book Collection date back to 1832 when the seminary was founded. In 1911, the library moved to its current location, which is named for Archbishop Patrick J. Ryan, second archbishop of Philadelphia. It is considered a wonderful resource for the study of systematic theology, canon law and church history, particularly the history of the Catholic Church in the United States.

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  • Schuylkill River Trail

    A 26.5-mile, multi-use path from Philadelphia to Phoenixville

    The 26.5-mile trail is a favorite for bicycle clubs, families, runners and walkers

    This 26.5-mile recreational path runs along the Schuylkill River from Center City Philadelphia to Phoenixville in Chester County.

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  • Skirt

    Playfully chic Main Line boutique

    Chic and sophisticated styles on the Main Line

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  • Spring Mountain

    Exciting zip line canopy tours through the treetops

    Climb high up in the trees with the Spring Mountain Canopy Tour.

    Try a zipline Canopy Tour for a trip up into the treetops

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  • Suburban Square

    Upscale outdoor shopping — with a farmers’ market

    Suburban Square is a pedestrian-friendly upscale outdoor shopping center that serves as one of the Main Line’s high-end shopping destinations.

    Ardmore’s Suburban Square is a pedestrian-friendly upscale outdoor shopping center that serves as one of the Main Line’s high-end shopping destinations.

    The tradition continues today, with a recently updated farmers’ market and an upscale vintage outdoor market, the Clover Market.

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  • The Elmwood Park Zoo

    A community zoo dedicated to habitat conservation

    The zoo started as a municipal operation in 1924, but in 1985, Norristown turned over the management of what was then an eight-acre park to the Norristown Zoological Society. It has since doubled in size, adding an aviary in 1995, an indoor reptile house in 1996 and a grasslands exhibit in two phases in 1997 and 2002.

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  • The Highlands Mansion and Garden

    Georgian mansion and two-acre formal garden

    The Highlands Mansion

    A glimpse of the massive stone walls on the grounds of this 18th-century Georgian mansion hints at the treat to be enjoyed within.

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  • The Radisson Hotel Valley Forge

    Minutes from King of Prussia Mall

    A deluxe room at the Radisson Hotel Valley Forge

    Guests at this Valley Forge hotel enjoy a variety of amenities, including a Fitness Center, complimentary shuttle service to King of Prussia Mall and three on-site restaurants.

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  • The Sculpture Park
    at Abington Art Center

    27 acres of environmentally conscious outdoor art

    Sculpture Park at Abington Art Center is set among the rolling lawns of an elegant manor house.

    Raising environmental awareness through the arts is the focus of the Sculpture Park at Abington Art Center, set among the rolling lawns of an elegant manor house. Art lovers aren’t the only ones drawn to this outdoor gallery. Birdwatchers and picnickers also enjoy the grounds, while children are invited to participate in a range of hands-on activities.

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  • The Stoogeum

    World’s only museum dedicated to Moe, Larry, Curly and even Shemp

    The Stoogeum is filled with thousands of pieces of memorabilia.

    The Stoogeum, filled with thousands of pieces of Stooges memorabilia, including movie posters, props, personal effects, mass-produced toys, games and more.

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  • The Union Library of Hatboro

    Second oldest library in the state, twelfth oldest in the country

    This library began in Hatboro’s Crooked Billet Tavern in August 1755, when 38 local citizens met and signed an “Instrument of partnership” to create the “Union Library Company of Hatboro.” The library, albeit with a shortened name, continues to operate under its original charter, making it the second oldest in Pennsylvania and the twelfth oldest in the United States.

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  • Tired Hands Brewing Company

    Innovative craft beer just down the Main Line

    Tired Hands makes flavorful yet simple beers with inventive names like “Perfectly Preserved Brain” and “Beautiful Crystalline Structure.”

    This Belgo-French cafe-brewery has won some of the world’s most prestigious awards, including second place in ratebeer.com’s ranking of the best new breweries on earth. What makes Tired Hands special? Flavorful yet simple beers with inventive names like “Perfectly Preserved Brain” and “Beautiful Crystalline Structure” are brewed in one room and served in the next, and house-made bread fermented with ale yeast, house-brined and pickled snacks and locally sourced cheeses, charcuterie and produce are available as well.

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  • Tree Adventure at the Morris Arboretum

    A trip into the trees for the young and young-at-heart

    Entrance to the Tree Adventure

    The Tree Adventure experience at Morris Arboretum with Out on a Limb, a 450-foot-long canopy walk more than 50 feet above ground level that gives visitors a bird’s eye view of the forest.

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