Planning to Visit Abington? Here Are the Best Things to Do There, Inside and Out
Although Montgomery County tourism draws tend to center around its history — Valley Forge National Historical Park, for example — or shopping — at the nationally known King of Prussia Mall — there are pockets across its landscape that, albeit smaller, have a draw of their own. Abington is among them, according to Rina Bernardo of Travel Lens.
Out-of-towners can nestle into a hotel and explore, and locals can drop in for a day. But each visitor, no matter the length of the stay, will leave with a better appreciation of all this community has to offer.
Should winter 2023 eventually kick into high gear weatherwise, Roychester Park has an outdoor skating rink that offers an easy-on-the-budget day of fresh air, rosy cheeks, and exercise.
Once spring dawns, the park’s other assets bloom in popularity: baseball fields, tennis courts, a kid’s playground, and picnic areas.
For those who are looking for a place where they can fully immerse in nature, Briar Bush Nature Center is a great choice. The park is home to hillside trails, a large pond, and a nature area, as well as a bird observatory and a nature playscape.
If the weather turns rainy and grim, the Abington Free Library offers indoor events aimed both at children and adults.
When hunger pangs begin to rumble, Emoji Sushi & Teriyaki is the perfect place to enjoy healthy and delicious Japanese fare. For those seeking delicious and authentic Italian food, then Riviera D’Italia is the place to go.
Read more about the best things to do in Abington in the Travel Lens.
A first-person look at Briar Bush Nature Center, Abington.
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