And the Winners Are…

The votes have been tallied and we officially have our winners for the first ever People’s Choice Contest! Round One decided the winners from each town, moving them to Round Two where the best of the best were decided. Now, we have results for each category. Phoenixville had an amazing turn out and swept the […]

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Around the Classic Towns – Affordability

We continue our Around the Classic Towns video blog series with affordability- featuring how our amazing communities offer budget-friendly events and activities during the holiday season. Follow along as we visit Bordentown City, Lansdale, Cheltenham, and Souderton to explore how these towns are spreading holiday cheer without the expensive price tag!

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Valentine’s Day in the Classic Towns

Whether you’re a seasoned Valentine’s Day pro or celebrating your first Valentine’s Day with that special someone, the Classic Towns have a variety of fabulous activities that tailor to everyone’s holiday taste. From affordable to family-friendly, check out our top 14 picks for Valentine’s Day or any romantic outting. 1. Romantic Bed & Breakfast Faunbrook Bed […]

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Holiday 2016 Road Trip

For our holiday edition of the Classic Town’s Road Trip series, we headed out to some of the best seasonal attractions the area has to offer. Ride along as we visit Ambler, Cheltenham, and New Hope for exclusive festive fun you can only find in the Classic Towns. We begin our road trip in Ambler, […]

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Spring At Last!

Classic Towns is pleased to release our spring video blog! In this episode, residents, store owners, and volunteers in Cheltenham, Germantown, Lansdale, and Souderton tell us why they love their Classic Town in the spring. Answers range from park systems to downtown shopping destinations but one thing shines through in all of the answers: community […]

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First Fridays, Second Saturdays, and Third Thursdays, Oh my!

First Fridays and similar monthly events are a fun and popular way to explore a new town, visit a local business, or enjoy the spring weather. Philadelphia’s famous “First Friday” started in 1991 when a group of galleries in Old City held a collaborative “open house” for art show openings.  Today, Old City’s First Friday […]

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