Radnor, PA was founded in 1686 at the Radnor Friends Meetinghouse, which was used as an outpost during the revolutionary war. Throughout the rest of its history, Radnor was fairly quiet. Through the 1900s, the area was relatively underdeveloped and only known as a small farming community. Radnor finally started to gain popularity in the 1980s, when commercial and residential development began in the area. Around the same time, big firms, like Lincoln National Corporation, moved their headquarters into Radnor, making the area best known for its financial hub. Whether you are looking for a historic home home for sale or a modern house for sale, Radnor has both. Check out the MLS listings for Radnor, PA.
The Radnor Hotel is a great place for dining at their Glenmorgan Bar & Grill. The hotel also hosts private and corporate events and holiday buffets and brunches. They are also a full service hotel, so you can rent a room for a relaxing staycation or refer a room for your out-of-town guests.
2. Bryn Mawr Film Institute
Bryn Mawr Film Institute is a non-profit movie theatre and film education center. The institute offers movie screenings, special events, guest speakers, film courses, and interactive programs. Their theaters play the most recent independent, international, documentary, and alternative films, along with a few classics.
3. The King of Prussia Mall
The third-largest shopping mall in the United States and largest on the east coast, the King of Prussia Mall has a wide variety of stores, boutiques, and restaurants fit for any budget. The mall houses 450 stores, including seven department stores, like Macy’s, Bloomingdale’s, and Nordstrom Rack. If you're feeling hungry, you can grab a bite to eat at one of the mall’s three food courts or their many casual, sit down restaurants, including Maggiano’s Little Italy, The Cheesecake Factory, Morton’s Steakhouse, and many more.
4. Valley Forge National Historical Park
Valley Forge National Historical Park was home to George Washington and his Continental Army for six months during the Revolutionary War. Today, you will find the Muhlenberg Brigade Huts, Washington’s headquarters, and artillery park, where Henry Knox and his artillery trained during their encampment. The park also offers Trolley Tours and interactive Revolutionary War History Tours. Beyond the history, the park has trails for hiking and running, fishing, biking, and spaces for picnics.