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Montgomery County

Experience Life in Montgomery County, PA

Steeped in history, Montgomery County is the third most populated county in the state of Pennsylvania, and the second wealthiest. From national, state and local parks to bustling towns and the largest shopping mall in the country, Montco has it all.

Montgomery County, PA

The different faces of Montgomery County, PA

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Montgomery County,  originally part of Philadelphia, was created on September 10, 1784 and encompasses 487 square miles. The many communities in the county offer options for your lifestyle, whether you need easy access to downtown Philadelphia, prefer the quiet of nature, or want the comfort of suburban living. There are a total of 62 municipalities, boroughs and townships that can be found within Montgomery County, PA.




There is always something to do in Montgomery County, PA!

The Elmwood Park Zoo at 1661 Harding Boulevard, Norristown, has an estimated 100 animal species sheltered in this 16 acre park.

Elmwood Park Zoo


When in Abington, PA, make sure to drop by the Abington Art Center museum housed in this majestic 1939 manor. Come see its wide selection of collections and exhibits, and the woodland Sculpture Park. The center also supports local artists and talents by frequently holding exhibits and showing off their works.

Abington Art Center

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Sculpture Park at the Abington Art Center

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Beth Sholom Synagogue in Elkins Park was designed by none other than the famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright, this synagogue became a National Historic Landmark in 2007.

Beth Sholom Synagogue

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Keith House is located in Horsham in historic Graeme Park. Sir William Keith, Colonial Governor of Pennsylvania, built the house, originally known as Fountain Low, in 1722 as his summer home. It is now owned by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.

Graeme Park


The Glencairn Museum in Bryn Athyn, PA used to be the home of the billionaire entrepreneur Raymond Pitcairn. Guided tours are held every week.

Glencairn Museum

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Built in 1928, the Keswick Theater has seen hundreds of shows on its stage. It was inducted into the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.

Keswick Theater

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Fort Washington State Park in Montgomery County, PA is a 493 acre state park and is a popular spot for family picnics and hiking trips. Other recreational activities include fishing, bird and wildlife watching, dog walking, sledding and cross-country skiing.

Fort Washington State Park

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