It is a 110 room mansion and is considered the largest surviving Gilded Age mansion in the Philadelphia area. Although entering the premises is prohibited, looking at the building is magnificent.
The house was built by Richard Wall, a founding father of Cheltenham Township. It is four floors and displays what a house and life was like during the beginning of Cheltenham.
A new playground was just built in 2004 adding on to the old playground. Also available are basketball courts, tennis courts, picnic tables, and a skateboard park.
The only synagogue designed by famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright. It is listed in the National Register of Historic places.
Another neighborhood tavern. A great place to watch sports games with the multiple flat screen TVs surrounding the whole bar.
Dig through clothes and accessories while paying only half the price. Most items are even vintage and not sold else where!
Unleash your creativity and make a souvenir for yourself or loved ones. A great activity for the family to enjoy.
Step back into the fifties and enjoy homemade ice cream or frozen yogurt in an "old school" ice cream parlor.
The 12.82 acres of open land is an amazing place for a woodsy hike, with the surrounding beauty of nature.
Under new management the food and drinks are incredible. Enjoy drinks inside or even on the patio.
A Korean mall. Holds a grocery store, restaurants, clothing stores, as well as doctors offices.
An ice skating rink open to the public. Also offers ice skating and hockey lessons.
A locals hang out spot. You will definitely "recover" from a hard days work.
Authentic Chinese food which will spice up anyones taste buds.
The mouth watering treats will satisfy anyone's sweet tooth.
The 7 acres has walking trails and a wild flower garden.
Elkins Park is a great destination to get away from the hustle of the city but yet still surrounded by diversity downtown Philly has to offer. Only a thirty minute drive to Center City or fifteen minute train ride. Elkins Park has attractions to satisfy the thrill for people of all ages. Come visit where so much history has taken place and new history is being made. Elkins Park is where leaders are born or call home, such as, singer Pink, comedian Bill Cosby, NFL player Marvin Harrison, Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu, and many many more.