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2018 Montgomery County Tour

Featuring 51 artists in 21 studios Saturday June 9th, from 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday June 10th, from 11 am to 5 pm.



Antique shows, events, and auctions. Your guide to antique hunting in and around Montgomery County more

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Montgomery County and surrounding area is the place to go to for museums, galleries, openings, art shows and art related events. more

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From jewelry to fine handmade furniture, crafts. craft shows, events with working artisans throughout Montgomery County and the surrounding area more

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Entertainment Where to go for concerts, plays and the performing arts in Montgomery County and surrounding area more

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Fun places for family recreation, entertainment and exploration that includes everyone more

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Visit public gardens, arboretums and see flowers, trees, and artistically done beautiful more

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Historical events and tours in Montgomery County more

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Parks, nature centers, trails and places to be outside enjoying our natural surroundings more

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Unique Ways To View Fall Foliage


Montgomery County never looks more beautiful than fall, when leaves are changing colors and the foliage is on display. To get the full fall foliage experience, we encourage you to park the car and see it in a whole new way. Red Buffalo Ranch provides guided trail rides on horseback through the 3,500 acres of Evansburg State Park. Trails are custom chosen to suit riders of all experience levels, but all routes feature the sound of hooves clip-clopping through crunchy fallen leaves.

The Elmwood Zoo


The Elmwood Park Zoo is located in Norristown, Pennsylvania. The zoo first opened in 1924, when a private landowner donated a small piece of property and a handful of white-tailed deer to the borough of Norristown. As time progressed, upgrades became imperative to the living conditions of the animals. The first change was the design of the cages which went from wire, the norm for the early 20th century, to realistic habitats. The first animals that were exhibited came from North and South America. The zoo’s funds were mostly given to them by the Norristown Zoological Society. The NZS achieved non-profit status as an organization in 1985 and took over ownership of Elmwood Park Zoo from the municipality of Norristown. The first huge operation that went into action was the expansion of the park that was completed in 2002, and the park size doubled from its original 8-acre size. For further information go to www.elmwoodzoo.org.