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What you should know about Horsham

Situated 10 miles north of downtown Philadelphia, the laid-back environs of Horsham Township offer the perfect location in which to experience the traditional feel of peaceful, small-town America. Dating back to the 17th century, Horsham is home to numerous public parks, important heritage sites, and intriguing museums. Whether it’s playing a round of golf, hopping on your bike for some sightseeing, or hitting the extensive paved trails that weave between the town’s main attractions, you’ll find plenty of opportunity to experience the warm and welcoming atmosphere of Horsham Township.

Hotels in Horsham

This quaint town has some wonderfully varied accommodation options. Budget hotels in Horsham are plentiful and include the Days Inn Horsham Philadelphia, which has its own fitness center and is located right on the banks of the local river, Pennypack Creek. Residence Inn by Marriott Philadelphia Willow Grove is a 3-star hotel with an outdoor swimming pool and a large meeting room, ideal if you’re looking for a business hotel in Horsham. For independence and flexibility, Extended Stay America Philadelphia-Horsham-Dresher Rd is a good choice. This aparthotel offers no-frills suites with private kitchenettes and is located right next to Lukens Park, an innovative wheelchair-accessible playground.

Things to see in Horsham

History enthusiasts will love Graeme Park, a 42-acre historic park with a supernatural appeal stemming from its reputedly haunted Keith House—the only colonial-era governor’s residence still standing in Pennsylvania today. Largely untouched since its construction in 1722, the house has been the center of many claims by locals and visitors in relation to otherworldly visitations by a former owner’s daughter. So if you opt for a tour of the mansion, keep an eye out for strange activity. For a family day out, why not pack a picnic and head for Deep Meadow Park, where you can catch a baseball game with the local team, or brush up on your swing in the park’s batting cage. Sports enthusiasts will be happy to hear that there are 3 golf courses in Horsham, including Squires Golf Club and Horsham Family Golf driving range. Speed Raceway, a large indoor go-kart arena, is another popular local attraction and an exhilarating excursion for adrenaline junkies aged 6 to 60.

Good for history lovers and outdoor enthusiasts

As well as lending the town its charming, rustic air, the abundance of parks in Horsham Township provides plenty of opportunities for a range of outdoor activities. Horsham Township Trail System is a network of bicycle and pedestrian paths that link up the town’s various public parks, library, retail centers, and neighborhoods. With the past playing an important role in Horsham, history enthusiasts will love places like The Harold F. Pitcairn Wings of Freedom Museum, an aviation museum with fascinating exhibitions of fully intact vintage aircraft.

How to get to Horsham

The closet airport to Horsham is Philadelphia International Airport. It is the area’s main hub for international flights and just under an hour from Horsham Township by car. For regional flights, Lehigh Valley International Airport and Trenton-Mercer Airport are both good options too. There are also plenty of taxis available at the airport as well as a number of car rental companies. Another option is to take a SEPTA train to Willow Grove and then catch one of the frequent buses to nearby Horsham. Getting around Horsham is easy thanks to the many paved trails that crisscross the township, making it pedestrian and cyclist friendly.

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