27 acres of amazing art in Montgomery County
When there isn’t a festival, concert or film series at the 27-acre Abington Art Center, visitors can claim a quiet bench under the Katasura trees to contemplate the 24 environmentally themed semi-permanent and temporary sculptures by artists such as Ursula von Rydingsvard, Knox Cummin, Christopher Manzione, Alison Stigora and Jay Walker.View More
Eat a killer burger and catch the big game
When it comes to solid pub fare, few places in Montgomery County can compete with Drake Tavern in Jenkintown. Burger lovers have some fresh choices, including the Captain Morgan’s Burger, drizzled in its titular sauce, and the 2nd and Allegheny Burger, served on a pretzel roll with jalapeño-Philadelphia cream cheese, tortilla strips and roasted red pepper aioli that was voted one of the best local burgers by Philly.com.
A healthy beer list with local favorites and tough-to-find craft beers should help those french fries down nicely. And when the weather’s nice, the outdoor patio area is the place to be.View More
Historic home of independent cinema in the center of Jenkintown
For more than 100 years, the Hiway Theater has been a cultural fixture in the center of Jenkintown.View More
14th annual arts festival will include 60 artists and a beer tent
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Local artists, musicians, and vendors will pack the streets of Jenkintown for an afternoon of fun during the Jenkintown Festival of the Arts.
27 acres of environmentally conscious outdoor art
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.View More
Award-winning cupcakes and baked goods made from scratch
Jenkintown’s Velvet Sky Bakery has been garnering awards for their homemade cupcakes and fresh baked goods since opening in 2005.View More