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291 N Keswick Ave, Glenside, PA 19038 MoreLess Info
Concerts, plays, and musical theater can be found at Keswick Theatre. Shows include popular artists such as Martina McBride, comedy by Demetri Martin, and shows such as Jack Hanna's Into the Wild.
Galerie Hamid is an exhibitor and dealer of international art. Visitors can tour the art gallery and exhibits showcasing various paintings, sculptures, and statues. Artwork is also available for purchase for those looking to add to their collection.
Combining symphony with children's literature, Enchantment Theatre Company puts on productions featuring puppetry and acting. The company has toured around the states, as well as other countries; delivering performances from its young actors and musicians.
Visitors can learn how the early Moravian community lived by touring a 1750 smithy, 1761 tannery, a 1762 waterworks, 1764 Springhouse, and an 1869 mill. Visitors can also see remains of other industrial buildings including a 1771 dye house.
Langman Gallery is an art gallery featuring a collection of fine art, unique handmade crafts, and jewelry. The showroom is 2,000 square feet and the showcased artwork is crafted exclusively by American artists.
One of Germantown's eight house museums, Cliveden is the site of the 1777 Battle of Germantown. The building is still riddled with marks of history and tours are offered to educate groups on the war, slavery, and the home owners.
Specializing in low-sulfite red and white wines, Blue Mountain Vineyards prides itself on offering 'straight from the barrel' wines. They host tastings for visitors as well as a variety of special events, including 'picking parties' with live music.