Elkins Park

Elkins Park is a  community in Montgomery County. It is split between Cheltenham about 6 miles from Center City, Philadelphia

Elkins Park is served by SEPTA Regional Rail trains on the Warminster Line, West Trenton Line and Lansdale/Doylestown Line at the Elkins Park station.

The Jenkintown and Melrose Park stations are both near the neighborhood of Elkins Park, and are served by the same regional rail lines. SEPTA bus routes 28, 55, 70 and 77 also provide service to Elkins Park.

Congregation Adath Jeshurun, a founding member of the United Synagogue of America and Beth Sholom Synagogue, the only synagogue designed by Frank Lloyd Wright are located in Elkins Park.

Lynnewood Hall, a 110-room, derelict Gilded Age mansion, the Richard Wall House, a house is listed on State and National Registers of Historic Places; had the distinction of being the oldest Pennsylvania house in continuous residence until rehabilitation work began.

High School Park, an 11-acre park with four distinct ecosystems; was the original grounds of Cheltenham High School and became a township park in 1996 after the building burned down.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church is on the National Historical Register.

Also located in Elkins Park are; Pennsylvania College of OptometryPerelman Jewish Day SchoolSettlement Music SchoolGratz CollegeSalus University and formerly Tyler School of Art, the art school of Temple University

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