Planning Your Visit To Lansdowne
Welcome to Lansdowne, one of Greater Philadelphia’s Classic Towns! Whether you are coming to the Arts Festival as a visitor or resident, we can help you find fun places to play, eat and stay in the area. Check out the links below for information on local lodging, dining and shopping.
The Radnor Hotel is located on Lancaster Avenue in St. David’s, PA. Just 20 minutes from the Twentieth Century Club, the Radnor Hotel is an ideal spot for a luxury weekend getaway.
The recently remodeled Rodeway Inn in Springfield, PA is an affordable option for families which offers free breakfast and is less than 10 minutes from the Arts Festival site.
The Wayne Hotel
The Wayne is a historic hotel adjacent to the King of Prussia Mall. The hotel has modern amenities such as a restaurant and fitness center, and is 20 minutes from downtown Lansdowne.
Magnolia House Bed and Breakfast
Magnolia House, built in 1914, is nestled on a scenic street in Swarthmore, PA. This B&B offers three guest bedrooms for visitors, and is located just a few miles from the Arts Festival.
Spruce Hill Manor Bed and Breakfast
Spruce Hill Manor is located in the University City neighborhood of Philadelphia. Situated in an 1879 Victorian mansion in a residential locale, this B&B is minutes from Center City and the Arts Festival.
Alpenhof Bed and Breakfast
Alpenhof is a premier B&B known for its beautifully decorated rooms. It is located in Media, PA – just 10 minutes from Lansdowne.
For a complete list of places to stay in the Philadelphia region, visit http://www.philadelphiausa.travel/visitors/places-to-stay.
Philadelphia Magazine named Sycamore as one of the Philadelphia metro area’s 25 best. This American BYO bistro offers a modern take on classic American and European dishes
2312 Garrett Restaurant & Bar
2312 Garrett offers unique, fun, and affordable culinary fare with a great selection of craft and import beers.
Regency Cafe & Bake Shop
Regency Café is a popular independent coffee shop that sells freshly-made sandwiches, salads and soups, as well as pastries which are baked fresh on-site.
Lansdowne Farmers Market
Just two blocks from the festival is Lasdowne’s award winning Farmers Market. Now in its 5th year, the market offers local produce, meats, and dairy products as well as fresh baked breads and desserts. In addition to the food you can find flowers, crafts, and FUN. Each week the market has live musicians and features a local artist. Make sure to stop on by Saturday between 9am – 1pm.
Harvest Local Foods
This local grocery offers organically-grown produce, pasture-raised, hormone-free meats and dairy, and prepared foods from small farms and producers throughout the region.
BT Bake Shop
Lansdowne houses the headquarters of this organic brownie company, which uses local and fair trade ingredients to produce the best brownies around
Todaro’s is a full-service music store that offers professional, ethnic and exotic musical instruments from around the world.
Winner of 2011 Best of Philly’s “Best Movie Night”, this intimate independent theater shows both mainstream and quirky films. Check the website for showtimes.
For a complete list of Landowne’s local businesses, visit www.ShopLansdowne.com.