- Our list of the best things to do in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, features the top 274 nearby activities — including 118 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Phoenixville, PA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Amusement.
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Stoudtburg Village is a shopping experience designed as a traditional German village. With shops offering food, collectibles, dolls and toys and antiques, visitors can shop, dine or walk the village's pathways and gardens.
Founded in 1920, the historical and beautiful Saucon Valley Country Club lies nestled in the Lehigh Valley. The club is one of the largest private clubs in America and features three golf courses, tennis and squash courts, swimming pools and a guest house for members.
Over 1,700 acres of land compose Tyler State Park, which covers Neshaminy Creek. Originally a farm and adjoining woodlands, the park now offers picnic areas, biking trails, boating, disc golf, and ice skating in the winter.
With an indoor market space hosting 300 vendors, Renningers Antique & Collectors Market houses antique furniture, jewellery and collectibles. The Sunday outdoor market is home to a further 300+ dealers from 5am, weather permitting.
On September 3, 1777, a famous Revolutionary War battle was fought at Cooch's Bridge. Today, the site contains artifacts, cannons, and educational exhibits commemorating the events that occurred during this tumultuous time in American History.
Rice's Market started in 1860s as a livestock and product action on Tuesdays. By the 1950s, the market grew to over 400 vendors offering produce to home decor six days a week, and today, over 8,000 shoppers weekly shop there.
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Challenge Grove Park includes two playgrounds, a quarter mile track, a bocce court, a basketball court and baseball and soccer fields. There are also many trails, a river and a wide grassy area for picnics.