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Audubon is a community in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. It was named for naturalist John James Audubon, who lived there as a young man. The population was 8,400 in 2010.


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Mill Grove Mansion
  • John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove, 1201 Pawlings Road, Audubon, +1 610 666-5593. The first American home of John James Audubon celebrates Audubon's artistic and scientific legacy. Small museum houses all of his major works on paper and several original oil paintings.Gift shop.


  • Lower Perkiomen Valley Park, 101 New Mill Rd, Oaks, +1 610 666-5371. Enjoy picnicking, band concerts (summer), fishing, hiking, jogging, cross-country skiing, and roller-blading.
  • Eagleville Park, Parkland Dr, +1 610 539-8020. Jogging trails, basketball, horseshoes, shuffle-board, tennis, hardball, playground and picnic pavilion by reservation. Eagleville is a small suburban town of about 10 streets and a population around 200. On the grounds of Eagleville Park is the Lower Providence public library and the Lower Providence police station.
  • Schuylkill Canal Recreation Area, 400 Towpath Rd - Upper Providence Township, Mont Clare, +1 610 917-0021. 60-acre linear park parallels Schuylkill River. 2.5-mile watered canal, tow path and trails for hiking, bird watching, boating, fishing. Remains of historic Lock 60 and beautifully restored Locktender's house.
  • Par Breakers Golf Academy, 99 Brower Avenue - Suite 2300, Oaks, +1 610 666-9000. An indoor driving range offering video lessons, this 10,000-sq-ft practice facility features nine driving stalls, short game area and sand bunker. Pro shop, golf camps and more.
  • The Golf Club at Shannondell, 2750 Egypt Road, Audubon, +1 610 666-7600. 18-hole golf course.
  • 422 Business Center, 1230 East Circle Drive, Oaks, +1 610 666-6900. More than million square feet of exciting recreation, entertainment, and retail shopping. Just seconds off the Oaks exit of route 422.
  • 1 Sky Zone Oaks. - located in Oaks
  • 2 Arnold's Family Fun Center, 2200 West Drive - 422 Business Center, Oaks, +1 610 666-0600. Arnold's Family Fun Center offers go-karts, laser tag, bumper cars, duck pin bowling, inflatable bounces, and the largest arcade in the area.


  • Chadwick's Restaurant & Bar, 2750 Egypt Road, Audubon, +1 610 666-7600. Offering a perfect blend of casual American cuisine, relaxing family atmosphere and friendly service for a dining experience unmatched in the area. Open daily.




  • Homewood Suites - Valley Forge, 681 Shannondell Boulevard, Audubon, +1 610 539-7300. 123 studios, 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom suites. Complimentary hot breakfast each morning and an evening social Monday through Thursday nights.


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