Make it a Memorable Memorial Day Weekend in Montco

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Celebrate the unofficial start of summer during Memorial Day weekend in Montgomery County, PA! 

We’ve all been waiting for Memorial Day: a long weekend and the official start of summer. Book your weekend getaway in Montgomery County, PA and let us take care of planning your trip with our top things to do over Memorial Day. Whether you are a food connoisseur or looking to hit the golf course, there is something for everyone to enjoy this upcoming weekend.

Eat Good Food

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Crave Montco brings you the best in dining for Montgomery County, PA. Get a taste of our towns, like King of Prussia’s restaurants, and sample our top picks.

Enjoy a Cold One

Montgomery County, Pa., is home to more than 40 craft brewerieswineries, and distilleries.

And Montco Makers is your guide to the craft beer, wine, and spirits that Montgomery County has to offer. 

Download our app to begin the Montco Makers Summer Rewards Program.

Get Outdoors

Stretch your legs and go for a walk, bike or run on Montco’s 96+ Miles of trails. Discover more Montco parks and trails here.

Explore Arts & Culture

Montgomery County is home to over 200 arts attractions, featuring live music venues, award-winning playhouses, historic movie theaters, amazing architecture, museums and art galleries, and some of the finest gardens and arboretums in the country.

Make It Main Street

The heartbeat of Montgomery County is its main streets. Lined with shops and restaurants you can’t find anywhere else, these small businesses fuel our community. And now more than ever they need our support.

Memorial Day Desserts

What better way to celebrate the long weekend than with ice cream? Places like Merrymead Farm in Lansdale and Zwhalen’s in Audubon are some of our favorites!

Hit the Golf Course

With more than 50 golf courses – that’s over 300,000 yards of play – Montgomery County offers some of the most historic and top-ranked courses in the country.

Read more here.

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