The largest town on the mainline, Wayne is an incredibly creative community and home to many artists, designers, and people working in media. Wayne is also incredibly family friendly and offers many activities and places for people of all ages to visit and tap into their inner creativity!
Anthony Wayne Theatre
The Anthony Wayne Theatre, located in Wayne, PA, has been around for decades. The historic theatre first opened its doors in 1928, with only one screen. Today, the updated theater has 5 screens, comfortable recliner seats and plays the hottest films.
The Wayne Art Center
The Wayne Art Center is a great place to build and express your creativity. The center offers art instruction for people of all ages and skill levels in visual, performing, and culinary arts. They also have award winning galleries, gardens, facilities, and a gallery shop. The Wayne Art Center also hosts 20 exhibitions each year and is available to rent for your parties or events.
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.
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 built by Washington’s soldiers, 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. They also host the Valley Forge Revolutionary 5-Mile Run every April to benefit visitor services at the park.
Chanticleer Garden is a seasonal contemporary garden located in Wayne PA. Here you will discover 35 acres of exquisite foliage and flowers, all perfectly designed. The Chanticleer Gardens is an amazing place to relax, learn, explore, and become inspired. The main path, where you can walk and enjoy the views, is just under a mile long, but there are many places to sit and relax. The gardens also offer workshops, where you can learn about garden design from an expert designer, and art classes, offered through art centers in the area.
Wayne, PA offers plenty of restaurants, bars, and stores along Lancaster Ave and North Wayne Avenue, also known as Restaurant Row. To get involved in the community, here’s a list of social groups in Radnor township.