80 Wambold Rd
Asher's Chocolates provides tours of its processes, where visitors can watch an army of pretzels marching endlessly under a curtain of falling liquid chocolate and emerging as decadent treats.
575 W. 3rd St
Boardroom Spirits is craft distilling with a farm-to-bottle twist. Stop by their distillery, a renovated warehouse, and be sure to try the beet spirit. It's a signature drink at Boardroom.
BOYD'S CARDINAL HOLLOW WINERY
1830 West Point Pike
Boyd's Cardinal Hollow Winery provides wine educational classes to demonstrate the growing, harvesting and processing of grapes. Then, it's on to the tasting!
795 Ridge Road
DCP Theatre has a reputation for theatrical excellence that goes back more than 60 years. The cast and crew routinely exhibits its skill with plays, musicals, classics, comedies and dramas.
MENNONITE HERITAGE CENTER
565 Yoder Rd
The Mennonite Heritage Center is a museum and historical library dedicated to preserving and sharing the stories of Mennonite faith and life in eastern Pennsylvania. Stop by during the yearly Apple Butter Frolic.
CULINARY ARTS INSTITUTE AT MONTGOMERY COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
340 DeKalb Pk
Turn your visit into a learning experience with the rotation of culinary classes at the Culinary Arts Institute at Montgomery County Community College. Its kitchen artisans are not only experts on local dishes but also big-time celebrations
JOSEPH AMBLER INN
1005 Horsham Rd
The historic Joseph Ambler Inn offers 52 overnight guest rooms, a fine dining restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating, and private rooms for weddings and special events.
2222 Valley Forge Rd
Merrymead Farm provides the lactic lowdown on where milk comes from and how it is transformed into goodies, especially 32 flavors of ice cream.
124 N Main Street
Montgomery Theater uses the site of the former Souderton firehouse to successfully fulfill its theatrical mission of "bringing new life to old tales, and giving age and wisdom to new ones."
MORGAN LOG HOUSE
850 Weikel Road
The Morgan Log House is indeed related to the tycoon associated with the mutual fund industry and claims Daniel Boone as a decedent. Exhibits include examples of antique furniture, metals, household implements and colonial-era decorative arts.