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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The Best Spring Activities in the Classic Towns

Spring is here and the Classic Towns have begun to bloom. We rounded up the best activities that celebrate the season. Here are seven ways you can experience the fresh air and family-friendly activities the towns have to offer. 1. Experience the Walking Tours Our new Walking Tours are the perfect opportunity to get outside […]

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10 Things To Do At Rowan University

Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey houses a variety of activities, restaurants, and events, making it not only the perfect place for many students to call home, but also a phenomenal Classic Towns destination. Here are 10 things to check out at Rowan University that are great for out-of-town visitors and Glassboro natives.  1. Athletic Events  […]

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Holiday Events in the Classic Towns

“City sidewalks, busy sidewalks, dressed in holiday style. Children laughing, people passing, meeting smile after smile.” The holiday spirit is alive and well in the Classic Towns of Greater Philadelphia, so don’t be a Grinch this year and instead celebrate the holidays in a truly classic style. Why not start the season off right with […]

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Autumn Harvest in the Classic Towns

The month of October has been a time of continual celebration and harvest in Greater Philadelphia. From traditions like Bordentown’s Annual Cranberry Fest Craft Show to local farmers’ markets, the Classic Towns have been embracing the autumnal spirit. Check out our October video blog to get a glimpse into the festivities and hear what a […]

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Celebrate National Walk to Work Day in the Classic Towns!

2014 is the 10-year anniversary of National Walk to Work Day, which happens annually on the first Friday in April. U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Tommy G. Thompson declared the first National Walk to Work Day on April 2, 2004. The goal of the day is to draw attention to the need to […]

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