Rose Valley was founded by William Price in 1901, and was originally created as part of an imagined utopia following the Arts and Crafts movement.
Rose Valley is located south of the county seat of Delaware County, Media. Rose Valley/Manchester Road is the major road into Rose Valley
SEPTA Regional Rail trains (Media/Elwyn Line) stop at Moylan-Rose Valley Station, located just outside the borough limits to the north.
- 1 Moylan–Rose Valley railway station, 4 Manchester Rd, Nether Providence Township.
Rose Valley has no sidewalks; the easiest option is to use a car.
- 1 The Rose Valley Museum, 41 Rose Valley Rd, ☏ . Housed in the Thunderbird Lodge, an artist studio central to the Arts & Crafts movement.
- 1 Hedgerow Theatre, 64 Rose Valley Rd. One of the Delaware Valley's premiere professional theatres, located in a charming, restored former mill.
The nearest accommodations are located north of the borough, in Media
Swarthmore, the home of Swarthmore College is located less a few miles to the east and is also accessible by SEPTA's R3 Media/Elwyn Line
|Routes through Rose Valley|
|Middletown ← Media ←||W E||→ Swarthmore → Philadelphia|