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The newly revitalized downtown Ambler is a hotspot for area college students. Just minutes from the campus, this is a rapidly growing restaurant district with a first-run movie theater, playhouse, and many unique shops and boutiques, along with convenient connections to public transportation. Popular shopping areas nearby include King of Prussia, Willow Grove, and Montgomeryville. The area also has abundant parking and recreation space for leisure activities.
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Every year, Philadelphia plays host to millions of business travelers, individuals, couples, and families who come to sample our city's unique blend of history and progress! Learn more about the attractions, history,
and nightlife of the city here.
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Philadelphia has a lot more than juicy sandwiches and cream cheese.
With over 100 museums, 700 Zagat-rated restaurants and the largest landscaped park in the country - Fairmount Park at 4,180 acres - Philly
has a lot to offer.
Hop on the campus shuttle and head down for a visit to the Main Campus
to see what the city has in store for you!
Bucks County has more than 300 years of history, 600,000 residents inhabiting more than 600 square miles, and many towns, villages, and neighborhoods that enjoy a robust quality of life in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
From Washington's Crossing to New Hope to Lake Nockamixon to the bustling city centers of Lower Bucks County, there is a rich tapestry of sites, activities, and locations to enjoy in Bucks County.
Upper Dublin Township
Upper Dublin dates back to the Colonies in 1684, when Edward Tanner named his land grant from William Penn “Upper and Lower Dublin.” The “lower” portion has since been absorbed by Philadelphia. The “upper” portion has continued to exist around the original survey for the laying out and naming of Susquehanna Road. Upper Dublin Township was formally created on September 10, 1784, and granted its current status of First Class Township in the State of Pennsylvania on January 1, 1946. Originally, the area started as a farming community with additional activity in the mining of limestone. Limekiln Pike today continues to be an important travel artery.
The primary center of business and industry in the Township is the Fort Washington Office Park. It occupies 536 acres. There is about 6 million square feet of building area in the park. The Fort Washington Office Park contains Honeywell, Aetna, NCO, GE Financial, and Temple University Fort Washington to name a few.
The Keystone State: A "keystone" is a central, wedge-shaped stone which holds all the other stones of a structure in place to form an arch.
In early America, Pennsylvania played a vital geographic and strategic role in holding together the states of the newly formed Union. Today, Pennsylvania continues to be of key importance to the social, economic, and political development of the United States. (Source: VisitPA.com)