Plymouth Meeting

Plymouth Meeting islocated in both  Plymouth and Whitemarsh Townships in Montgomery County and was founded in 1686.

Colonial School District serves Plymouth Meeting. 

Plymouth Meeting Mall, with it's many popular restaurants is in Plymouth Meeting and is the location of  Ikea's U.S. headquarters. The new shopping center on Chemical Road are great draws for shoppers. 

The Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-276), the Blue Route (I-476), and the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-476) at the Mid-County Interchangei are in Plymouth Meeting. This interchange contributes heavily to regional commerce and was a major driver for business and retail development in the area.

The area was originally settled by Quakers, who built the Plymouth Friends Meetinghouse in well known by the locals. The settlement was named after the town of Plymouth in Devon.

During the Revolutionary War, in May 1778, the Plymouth Friends Meetinghouse served as a temporary military hospital. During the Civil War in the 1860s, several Plymouth Meeting residents hid runaway slaves.

What is now Germantown Pike is the main artery and was originally built as a path the led to the city of Philadelphia. The Manayunk Norristown passenger train line serves Plymouth Meeting.

Schuylkill River Trail runs through Plymouth Meeting


Lime kilns have been a large, productive and profitable business in Plymouth Meeting and continue to be so today.


La Salle University maintains a satellite campus in Plymouth Meeting.

Plymouth Township has an extensive park system. Plymouth Township has the Greater Plymouth Community Center and 11 parks. 

Maple Acres Farm is a family owned farm in Plymouth Meeting open to the public with home grown fruits and vegetables as well as house made jellies and crafts.

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