678 Bethlehem Pike
Montgomeryville, PA 18936
Phone: (215) 361-3600
Fax: (215) 361-7949
678 Bethlehem Pike, Montgomeryville, PA, US, 18936
- Phone: (215) 361-3600
- Fax: (215) 361-7949
Enterprise Rent-A-Car offers a vast selection of vehicles for personal or corporate use.
Virtual Contact, Inc. is a full service videoconference and presentation center providing an invaluable way to keep in touch with long-distance clients and business relations. Videoconferencing gives you the market advantage by saving you time and increasing your company's productivity. Virtual Contact, Inc. can also accommodate theater style presentations for training seminars of up to 30 people. CD players, tape players, VCRs and DVD players are available for presentations. The podium has a built-in document camera, PC connection and full audio. Catered meetings are an option.
Central Norristown Historic District is a vast spread of about 1900 buildings located in the central business district. Named after Issac Norris, it has an L-shaped layout replete with establishments reminiscent of the state's industrial town in the 1900s. The district has a massive composition of row and duplex buildings, some of which residential while others used for commercial purposes. Norristown was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
Gardenville-North Branch Rural Historic District is located in Gardenville, Plumstead Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. This residential area has over 100 buildings and structures, most of which built in the Georgian and Italianate styles of architecture. This district was added to the National Register of Historic Places on November 7, 1991.
Built in 1731, the Southampton Baptist Church is standing still today. This landmark is touted to be one the foremost baptist churches in the county. Both the church and its cemetery were incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1978.
Saint Paul's Episcopal Church was originally established in 1856, however the existing church building dates back to 1929. As the third church building to house Saint Paul's, it is by far the largest and most magnificent of the three. Its spacious interiors are dominated by the intricately and elaborately carved alter, and the large window above it that is filled with stained glass predominantly in shades of blue. Overhead the glorious inverted boat like ceiling shelters the congregation as they unite in prayer and worship. As a keeper of the history and devotion of the members of its congregation, the church houses a number of memorials including a stained glass window dedicated to the memory of those soldiers who lost their lives during World War II. Three services are held at the church each Sunday, and all are welcome to attend the services irrespective of age. Although they differ in style, each is aimed to apply teachings from the scripture to present times and to contemporary lifestyles.
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Popularly known as the tree lined residential neighborhood, with a great historic and vintage architectures that represent the Wyncote. The site is a great area with amazing recreational activities, libraries, shopping facilities, diverse residents and and several events, etc. It is a great place to visit and enjoy the activities conducted around that area.
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Popularly known as the Jenkintown Library the Jenkins' Town Lyceum Building is a ancient library and a lyceum. Spread over 1.1 acres (0.45 hectares) of land, the building is best known for the educational programs and events conducted here. Along with the Reading Room, this place is of great interest to the young as well as old. The beauty of this place is another reason that grabs the people to at least visit this place once.
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The Chestnut Hill Region of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is home to the eminent John Story Jenks School. The public school is a much-respected and distinguished building in the vicinity. The management offers academic, social and technological competencies to the students. Constructed in 1924, the building follows the Tudor Revival/Late Gothic Revival style of architecture, and is on the National Register of Historic Places.