Glenside is a census-designated place in Abington, Cheltenham and Springfield townships, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States. Glenside is located nearby Philadelphia. The location has warm climate that makes it an all year round destination. In Glenside are many schools, but also many points of attraction, while its beautiful landscape will conquer any tourist that comes here.
Top Attraction within Glenside
Harry Renninger Park in Glenside was home to minor league baseball team and was formerly known as Glenside Park. It exhibits many photos with crowds and many grandstands. The area is very clear, peaceful and reminds us of glory days. If you or one of your family's member loves sports, mainly baseball, this is the place to visit. You and your family can also walk and enjoy the views of this spot.
Glenside Pool is also in Glenside. The pool is large, clean and was built in 1967. It represents a fun attraction that will keep you fit and you will also spend a great time here. Your kids will love it as there are many facilities, specially designed for them. It is a must see attraction in Glenside and is perfect both for adults and children.
The Keswick Theatre in Glenside opened in 1928 and although it was closed throughout time, it opened again and extended. In 1983, it was listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Spend a relaxing evening with your friends or with your family and experience quality shows. There are many people that come here as it is very convenient and the shows are great and adapted to all age categories, so you will surely find something for your kids, too.
Glenside Memorial Hall is a historic building that was built in 1925, being dedicated to the veterans of the First World War. At present, the building is also used for organising different events such as meetings, celebrations or banquets.