There’s plenty to discover a short walk, train ride, or drive from The Avenue at East Falls.

The Grace Kelly House

Just around the corner from the Avenue at East Falls, discover the movie star and Princess of Monaco Grace Kelly’s childhood home at 3901 Henry Avenue. Open to the public soon, the house is a step back in time to the elegance of the 1920s.

Historic Rittenhouse Town

Only a fifteen-minute walk away in the lovely Blue Bell Park, Historic Rittenhouse Town dates back to 1690 with surrounding bike paths, a dog park, and picnic areas.

Cobbled Germantown

For charming boutiques on a cobblestone road, walk to the nearby Germantown Avenue, one of Philadelphia’s oldest and most vibrant streets. There you can visit art galleries, hang out in coffee shops, and capture envy-inspiring photos in front of beautiful buildings.

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Immerse yourself in culture at one of the world’s largest art museums, only a fifteen-minute drive from The Avenue at East Falls with works by Picasso, Dalí, Monet and Van Gough.

Reading Terminal Market

Peruse the famous indoor farmer’s market (open since 1893) and shop for locally grown and exotic produce, cheeses, flowers, linens, ice cream and more.

Lincoln Financial Field

Eagles fans, game day is happening just across town. So, grab a dog and brew and get in the middle of the action at the Linc.

Center City

We’re only a half-hour drive from the excitement of Center City, where the famous LOVE Park, Society Hill, Rittenhouse Square, and more are at your fingertips.