How to Spend a Perfect Day in Conshohocken
A cornucopia of dining options, natural beauty and quirky attractions: the popularity of this charming Montgomery County town is growing, and for good reason. Only 15 miles from Center City, Conshohocken is equally ideal for a weekend getaway as for setting down roots. For those new to Conshy, here’s where to get started.
‘Feine Coffee Shop
Start your day with a coffee at this charming converted Conshy house. If the weather calls for it, sip your beverage on ‘Feine‘s back patio or out front for the perfect view of the neighborhood.
Get your mind right with a class at Yoga Home. The instructors will guide you through mind-body techniques and wellness practices you can incorporate into your daily routine.
Schuylkill River Trail
Whether you prefer to bike, run, stroll or even rollerblade, you’ll enjoy some of Philly’s most stunning views along the Schuylkill River Trail. The trail stretches all the way past famed Boathouse Row and the Art Museum and into the city.
Conshohocken Brewing Company
After an active morning, you’ve earned a trip to Conshohocken Brewing Company, home to 10 taps and a small menu of delicious sandwiches, appetizers and street tacos. It’s a great spot to unwind while soaking up the local scene.
Stroll along Conshohocken’s most charming strip, home to many restaurants and shops. Find one-of-a-kind art, decor and more at Sanctuary Blu or the eclectic Xtra Conshy. You’ll have your pick of dinner spots, but locals love El Limon for authentic Mexican.
Edwards Freeman Nut Co.
Their peanut butter trademark of 1905 is considered to be the oldest registered product in the industry. Besides peanuts, Edwards Freeman offers plenty of goodies to satisfy your sweet tooth.
These immersive escape rooms are equally as fun for the whole family as for a date night. Insider tip: If your party reserves the entire room you can BYOB.
The laid-back atmosphere at Flanigan’s Boathouse makes it the ideal spot to meet up with friends after dinner. If you want to keep the night going, visit their Below Deck Bottle Shop for a wide selection of craft beer or wines to take home.
Located just 15 miles from Center City Philadelphia and one of the most important professional centers in Montgomery County, Conshohocken is a desirable spot to live, work and play. Learn more by visiting the vibrant, walkable borough of Conshohocken or online at conshohockenpa.gov. The Greater Conshohocken Economic Development Council has low-interest loans available. For info, call 610-405-8158.This is a paid partnership between Greater Conshohocken Economic Development Corporation and Philadelphia Magazine's City/Studio