Things to Do, Restaurants, Events, and Hotels
Founded in 1752, Pottstown was named in honor of its founder John Potts, the oldest son of Thomas Potts, a prominent iron master. Now, Pottstown is an exciting destination for family-friendly activities, restaurants and attractions. Pottstown is also home to several places on the National Register of Historic places.
THINGS TO DO
Historic train excursions, thrilling hot air balloon rides, award-winning theaters, unmatched historic sites. That's just a few of the attractions that make Pottstown one of Montco's most popular tourism destinations (and we didn't even mention the brewery and distillery).
Pottstown is a town on the rise, and its dining scene is coming along for the ride. Some of the county's most talked about restaurants arriving in the past five years. Crave Montco has your guide to the best dining in western Montgomery County.
Pottstown's thriving tourism industry isn't limited to attractions. It includes some amazing events that bring crowds to the borough in western Montgomery County. Take a look at some of our favorites.
Pottstown, Pa., has several hotels within the borough limits and many times more just a short drive away along Route 422 in Royersford, Valley Forge and King of Prussia.