When it's time to unplug and reconnect with your family, there's no better place than Montgomery County. Our community boasts plenty of outdoor activities and attractions to keep every member of the family smiling. Enjoy these activities before school is back in session!

Take the family for a stroll down Fayette Street in Conshohocken, where there's plenty of shops and restaurants to check out. Let the kids pick out treats at Insomnia Cookies or enjoy lunch or dinner on the rooftop of the Great American Pub.


Roof deck at the Great American Pub in Conshohocken

Explore Valley Forge National Historical Park on two wheels with bike rentals from the Encampment Store. Bike along the trails and explore all the history the Park has to offer.

Valley Forge Park Bike Tour

For an adrenaline rush, the Elmwood Park Zoo's Treetop Adventures is Pennsylvania's only ropes course with zip lines over animal exhibits.

Elmwood Park Zoo Treetop Adventure Course

Arnold's Family Fun Center in Oaks has the area's largest selection of arcade games, plus laser tag, go-karts, bowling and more.

Arnold's Family Fun Center

The kids will love Reach Climbingthe state of the art climbing facility in Bridgeport. Kids can climb safely in private lessons, classes, camps, teams and more.

Reach Climbing

At the Movie Tavern at the Providence Town Center in Collegeville, you can watch a movie while ordering food and drinks right from your seat. On Tuesday, tickets are just $5!

Movie Tavern

Have the ultimate Lego experience when you visit LEGOLAND Discovery Center Philadelphia. Located in the Plymouth Meeting Mall, families can enjoy getting hands-on with thousands of Legos, check-out the local landmarks made from Legos in MINILAND, or enjoy the fun and exciting Lego themed ride.

Child at Legoland

Curiosity takes flight at the John James Audubon Center. Kids can explore the outdoor Fledgling Trail, where they can build their own nest and mimic the life stages of a bird from egg to first flight, fly like a bird on a playground zip line or play on the Discovery Tree Climb, slide out of a nest and learn how to find their own food!

John James Audubon