CONSHOHOCKEN

THINGS TO DO IN CONSHOHOCKEN

Top Shopping, Attractions and Dining

The borough of Conshohocken, "Conshy" to the locals, long ago shed its mill-town roots and now, thanks to a thriving tech industry, has become known as "Silicon Valley Forge." The original name from the Delaware Indians translates as "large-bowl-ground-place," a label that still describes its hug of the nearby Schuylkill River. 

EDWARDS-FREEMAN NUT COMPANY

EDWARDS-FREEMAN NUT COMPANY

441 E. Hector St. 
Conshohocken

Retro delights. The Edwards-Freeman Nut Company will bring you back to the penny-candy stores of your childhood.

Trails - SCHUYLKILL RIVER TRAIL

SCHUYLKILL RIVER TRAIL

The Schuylkill River Trail provides a primo trail experience, east or west, along the picturesque beauty of Pennsylvania's 2014 River of the Year

WOODMONT PALACE MISSION, INC.

1622 Spring Mill Rd 
Gladwyne

Woodmont Palace Mission, Inc. is a place of quiet reflection that comprises an 1892 French Gothic manor house, gardens, ponds and woodland.

LEGENDS SPORTS BAR & GRILL

LEGENDS SPORTS BAR & GRILL

111 Crawford Ave 
Marriott Philadelphia West 
West Conshohocken

Coshohocken's hip restaurant scene is exemplified in local favorites like Blackfish and The StoneRose and more casual places like Legends Sports Bar & Grill. Our interview with a local chef traces Conshy's culinary emergence.

ARBORETUM OF THE BARNES FOUNDATION

300 N Latches Ln
Merion Station

The beauty of the Arboretum of the Barnes Foundation, on the site of the former art gallery, just got easier to enjoy: No reservations are required, tour opportunities have increased and you may even picnic on its gorgeous 12 acres.

BAGGATAWAY TAVERN

31 Front St. 
Conshohocken

Baggataway Tavern is known as "The Bagg" to the locals. It is a sports bar with character, where the staff will quickly learn your name and treat you like a regular, even if it's your first visit.