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  • A Ziptrip to Ambler

    Montgomery County

    A destination for those seeking cultural richness — all packed into one square mile

    A Ziptrip to Ambler

    The definition of a small town, Ambler covers less than one square mile, but despite its diminutive size, it’s amazingly complete, with a host of shops, restaurants, bars and special events that keep the streets bustling.

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  • A Ziptrip to Ardmore

    Montgomery County

    Experience some of the best shopping, dining and nightlife on the Main Line

    A Ziptrip to Ardmore

    Ardmore is residential yet urban, independent yet central, historic yet forward-facing. Add to that some of the area’s best shopping, dining and nightlife and visiting Ardmore is a multidimensional experience.

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  • A Ziptrip to Bristol

    Bucks County

    Full of history, from mansions to an old movie house turned professional theater to a variety of ethnic festivals

    A Ziptrip to Bristol

    Bristol in Bucks County has become a haven for the arts, a host for ethnic festivals at river’s edge, and a perfect opportunity to stroll, shop or dine within the 50-site Radcliffe Street Historic District.

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  • A Ziptrip to Chestnut Hill

    Philadelphia County

    Loaded with photo-worthy charm and famous for its cobblestone streets, stately colonial-style townhouses and upscale restaurants and cafes

    Morris Arboretum

    Once a suburb where well-to-do Philadelphians escaped the city’s summer heat, Chestnut Hill is tucked in the northwest section of Philadelphia. This relatively affluent community with an array of historic mansions and Victorian twins and row houses is full of unexpected delights.

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  • A Ziptrip to Doylestown

    Bucks County

    Magnificent castles, specialty shops, exceptional dining and one-of-a-kind pieces of American history

    A Ziptrip to Doylestown

    Doylestown has gathered a following with those who’ve discovered its history through the legacy of 19th century archeologist and industrialist Henry Mercer, who built the three most striking landmarks in this cheerful borough: the Moravian Pottery & Tile Works, Fonthill Castle and the Mercer Museum.

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  • A Ziptrip to Jenkintown

    Montgomery County

    With plenty of character, the town is a destination for seekers of dining, culture and nightlife

    A Ziptrip to Jenkintown

    One of the oldest boroughs in Montgomery County, Jenkintown brims with historical interest and secret finds. Visitors find that there’s much more than meets the eye in this residential community, including National Landmarks, an active arts scene and retail and restaurants that are not just along the main drag.

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  • A Ziptrip to Kennett Square

    Chester County

    Spend a day in the heart of the lush Brandywine Valley

    A Ziptrip to Kennett Square

    Dubbed the Mushroom Capital of the World, Kennett Square sits in the heart of the lush Brandywine Valley. In the center of town, locals gather to shop and dine, while further out, the surrounding farms produce roughly 60% of the country’s mushrooms, earning the area its well-deserved nickname.

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  • A Ziptrip to Manayunk

    Philadelphia County

    Shopping, dining, and scenic views along the Schuylkill River

    Main Street Manayunk

    What was once one of the city’s industrial centers is now one of its hottest neighborhoods. Nestled on the Schuylkill River, Manayunk’s commercial district is lined with renovated Victorian storefronts, giving you an urban experience with small town charm.

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  • A Ziptrip to Media

    Delaware County

    “Everybody’s hometown” has made a commitment to diversity and neighborliness

    Dining Under the Stars

    In Media, you’ll find an artful blend of new and traditional, eclectic and sophisticated, international and plain old down-home goodness. Walk the length of town in an evening, chat with new friends and leave your cares behind.

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  • A Ziptrip to Mt. Airy

    Philadelphia County

    A welcoming community that melds sophisticated sensibilities with a laid-back lifestyle

    Earth Bread + Brewery

    Perched along the Wissahickon Creek and enveloped by parkland, hiking, biking and horseback riding trails, Mt. Airy is the city’s country refuge. From beautiful historic homes to a bustling business district, it’s Philadelphia’s village in the city.

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  • A Ziptrip to New Hope

    Bucks County

    Known for its eclectic shopping, riverside dining, impressive theater and cultural attractions

    There’s likely nowhere else in the country that can claim New Hope’s special blend of quirkiness, history, joviality, an abundance of art galleries, sophisticated dining, eclectic shopping and a lively theater scene, which is why Travel + Leisure named it one of “America’s Favorite Towns”.

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  • A Ziptrip to Phoenixville

    Chester County

    Boasts an artsy, low-key vibe that attracts visitors craving a relaxing day with a creative twist

    Bridge Street in Phoenixville

    At the intersection of the Schuylkill River and French Creek, Phoenixville blends historic charm with a modern mindset. Look forward to great restaurants, live music venues, eclectic art displays, historic buildings and a low-key vibe.

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  • A Ziptrip to Skippack

    Montgomery County

    Sidewalks are alive with people purchasing gifts, peering at tempting menus or window shopping

    Skippack Village Bridge

    Amid the covered bridge and old-fashioned lampposts, Skippack is home to 75-plus individually owned stores and restaurants that bring heart and quirkiness back into the shopping experience. With a mixture of European charm and hippie ease, this town has evolved to become a popular tourist destination.

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  • A Ziptrip to Wayne

    Delaware County

    Shop, dine and indulge in the arts in one of the region’s most sought-after addresses

    A Ziptrip to Wayne

    Wayne is one of the region’s most sought-after addresses for shopping, dining and the arts, with its approachable central business district clustered around Lancaster Avenue and North Wayne Avenue, which is considered Wayne’s “Restaurant Row.”

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  • A Ziptrip to West Chester

    Chester County

    This university town in the Brandywine Valley exudes an energetic, young vibe

    Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant — West Chester

    Home to West Chester University, this quaint town in the Brandywine Valley exudes an energetic, young vibe. In the bustling downtown area, casual eateries and food-centric events satiate hungry palates, and throngs of charming shops line the streets.

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