A map of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, shows it to be a patchwork quilt of urban areas, lesser-populated communities, green tracts of open spaces and blue ribbons of waterways.
Zoom in, however, and additional details begin to emerge, and with them, the chance to encounter individual moments of whimsy and warmth. Each of our neighborhoods has its own character and vibe, and together, they provide a setting for you to wander freely and create a standout visit — no matter how you define it.
valley forge / king of prussia
With world-class shopping, casino gaming, fine dining, family fun and the Valley Forge National Historical Park, Montgomery County allows you to explore your freedom and discover something new. MoreMore Valley Forge / King of Prussia
The arts in all their varieties seem to flourish here, from one of the area’s premier rock and roll concert venues to galleries where emerging painters and sculptors test their talents. MoreMore Jenkintown
It is virtually impossible to visit Willow Grove and not experience the story of the industrialist Pitcairn family, which left an indelible imprint. Come and witness their multifaceted legacy. MoreMore Willow Grove
One of Ambler’s strongest assets is its connectivity. Regional rail lines make it extremely accessible. Best of all, the town offers numerous treasures once you conveniently get there. MoreMore Ambler
There is no actual fort in Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, anymore. Today, the area is best known for wide, open landscapes that support some of the best golfing and gardens in the county. MoreMore Fort Washington
- Valley Forge / King of Prussia
- Green Lane
- Willow Grove
- Fort Washington