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Prior to the late 1800’s Ambler was known as the Village of Wissahickon. It was renamed after Mary Johnson Ambler, a Quaker who helped lead rescue efforts during the Great Train Wreck of 1856. It was once a manufacturing destination which was a precursor to a long retail stretch on Butler Pike where today, ornately designed Victorian structures still stand. A thriving arts and culture scene combined with many local restaurants, bars and cafes makes Ambler quite popular among families and young professionals opting for a more suburban lifestyle. Cool, boutiques and one-of-a-kind shops abound with treasure.
Take your bagel to-go as you explore these favorite local spots
- Four Mills Nature Reserve
- The Highlands Mansion and Gardens
- LEGOLAND Discovery Center