Horsham is an undiscovered gem in Montgomery County,
with thrilling attractions, scenic views, and mouth-watering eats. With hotels just minutes from the area, book your stay and explore why this town has visitors always coming back for more.
Known for their indoor electric go kart racetrack, it is the perfect location for parties and work events, or the last-minute walk-in. Once you’re done weaving around turns and have been pronounced victorious, head to the state-of-the-art arcade for anything from air hockey to skee ball. And for the thrill seekers, Speed Raceway also houses axe throwing for the ultimate competitive adrenaline rush. The entire facility is BYOB, and provides fun for the whole family!
After a day of go-karting, head to the Iron Abbey Gastropub
The Iron Abbey Gastropub offers a selection of European dishes and American comfort foods alongside one of over 40 craft beers. Whether you are craving seafood or salad, pair it with their European-inspired charcuterie boards for a delicious way to end your adventure in Montco. Enjoy their daily happy hour specials and an extensive menu of beer, wine, and spirits for a fun-filled night with great company!
Before the Revolutionary War, it was a summer home to the Pennsylvania Governor William Keith. The house has been preserved since the war, and is commemorated yearly for its seizure by the continental army after Fergusson sent messages to General Washington demanding surrender. You can explore the picturesque grounds daily and take a guided tour of the Keith house for a small fee.
With hotels nestled in Horsham and throughout the surrounding areas, there’s no time to waste in booking the perfect getaway. Here are some local hotels to check out:
Extended Stay Horsham-Dresher Road
Extended Stay Horsham-Welsh Road
Courtyard by Marriott Willow Grove
Days Inn-Horsham Philadelphia
Homewood Suits By Hilton Horsham Willow Grove
Towneplace Suites by Marriott Philadelphia Horsham
From historical charm, to family fun and good eats, Horsham is the perfect small-town getaway!
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