Fondly known as the “Main Street of the Main Line”, Ardmore’s abundant parks, walkable downtown, countless community celebrations, and proximity to Philadelphia make it an attractive location for anyone who enjoys the culture of the city but still favors a small-town feel.
Offering countless specialty boutiques, entertainment venues and award-winning restaurants, Ardmore is a town worth getting to know. The best way to see Ardmore is to WALK ARDMORE. Take our self-guided walking tour to experience our town, as it was intended to be - pedestrian-friendly and accessible!
Stop by the Ardmore Initiative office at 56 E. Lancaster Avenue (610-645-0540), to pick up a map and pocket guide to Ardmore businesses and restaurants.
Credit to Anna Durbin for finding this via Facebook and U.S. 93.3!
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Call for Nominations!
It is time to nominate the best and brightest in Ardmore for the Ardmore Initiative's Annual Awards! Get more information and download a nomination form here!
Arts out of the box!
The Philadelphia Inquirer is donating old newspaper boxes to various non-profits to engage local artists to repurpose these boxes into public art installations. The completed boxes will be displayed in downtown Ardmore and also can be entered into a County-wide contest later in the spring. Contact the AI office at 610-645-0540 to join the fun!
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Cricket Ave. Parking Lot Redevelopment
Ardmore Initiative Reauthorization
The Ardmore Initiative is a Business District Authority that must be periodically reauthorized by its stakeholders. 2013 is a Reauthorization year for the Ardmore Initiative. Click here for more information on our proposed plan, meeting dates and more.
Ardmore Transit Center Updates!