Explore the charming town of Royersford, Pa.

A day out in Royersford, snuggled in between the Schuylkill River and Route 422, will give that hometown feeling away from home. Build your itinerary for a full day in the quiet town with these top spots and check here to book a hotel near Royersford.


For a super quick pick-me-up, taste the lattes at Brewed Awakening—the butterscotch praline latte delivers a sweet toasty flavor. You can also grab a bite of their unique tater tot waffle, classic egg and cheese sandwich, or delectable blueberry muffin.

Annamarie’s is a community staple where locals flock for a complete breakfast and brunch spread. Since 1994, they have been serving up breakfast platters, customizable omelets, and syrupy pancakes for hungry visitors.

Post-breakfast, stop by Renninger’s Farm market to peruse the home-grown produce, fresh flowers, and locally made tasty treats. Enjoy the fresh morning air and meet some of the adorable animals kept on the farm, from dwarf goats to cows to chickens.


Royersford has plenty of authentic, locally owned restaurants, including Giovanni’s Pizza, which serves all the pizza shop favorites with a few new twists. Try a pizza spiced up with Mike’s Hot Honey for some sweet mixed in with the savory. And if you’re lucky, you might catch a $1 slice deal!

For a snack from across the world, pop-in to True Blue Bakery, an authentic Australian bakery serving up sausage rolls, savory pies, and sweet & airy pavlovas. While you’re in town, make sure to stop by the small-owned Sweet Ashley’s Chocolate and try out their hand-made chocolate. One of their most popular treats is Schuylkill Mud, a crunchy, sweet, and salty combo of toffee, peanut butter, potato chips, and pretzels. Yum!

Take a stroll through one of the most unique parks in the area, the Upper Schuylkill Valley Park. Not only can you enjoy the natural pleasures of a park along the river, but you can see raccoons, foxes, wolves, rabbits, a bald eagle, bobcats, goats and more for free at their Wildlife Center.


The coolest spot in town for dinner and drinks is the Downtown Gastropub in Latshaw’s Hall where the old town hall of Royersford was located. Chow down on classic American fare surrounded by 80-year-old floors and a renovated 200-year-old stone wall in their cool atmosphere.

Live music and a livelier crowd make Tom’s Bar and Grille so great, and amidst the fanfare, you can find classic bar eats.

If you are searching for family-friendly entertainment, look no further than Kidz Place Family Fun Center. Play arcade games, blacklight mini-golf, laser tag, and mini-bowling for a night of fun!