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Audubon, Pennsylvania is a census-designated place in Montgomery County, with a population of 8,433. At last count, 6.1% of all households in Audubon had a person over the age of 65 living alone.

 

A suburban area of Philadelphia, Audubon sits to the west of the city and is accessible through various modes of transportation available through SEPTA services.

 

SEPTA bus Route 131 travels from Audubon to Norristown, where people can access Center City, Philadelphia by another bus or a train. The SEPTA Regional Rail Manayunk/Norristown Line moves travelers into the city.

 

History

 

The National Audubon Society is named after John James Audubon, who traveled to America and settled in Mill Grove, not far from the present-day Audubon area in 1803.

 

His life's work included various contributions, including a 700-page publication that contains his paintings of the different species of birds that he observed over the years. A remarkable collection, it was one of the sources for scientists and environmentalists who sought to familiarize themselves with the birds of the area through the unique painting style that Audubon developed over the years.

 

In 1975, the National Audubon Society was founded and remained an organization committed to the conservation and restoration of habitats that are shared with wildlife.

 

Audubon, Pennsylvania is not far from very famous Revolutionary War locations, like Valley Forge and other such areas steeped in the nation's history.

 

Things to Do in Audubon

 

The Valley Forge National Historical Park is a top-rated attraction close to Audubon. History buffs and park lovers, alike, travel from miles around to visit the site of the Continental Army's encampment during the cruel winter months of 1777-1778.

 

John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove - This landmark museum and wildlife sanctuary is home to 175 species of birds that are observable across the vast, beautiful lands. Events can be catered on site, as well.

 

Lower Perkiomen Valley Park - This park area is complete with fields and locations for various sports activities. Numerous hiking trails are also available, as well as picnic sites.

 

Where to Eat

 

When passing through Audubon, or visiting the area, be sure to check out some of the excellent options for dining.

 

Bombay Dhabba - A popular location for Indian food, this establishment is known for its mouth-watering menu options and authentic Indian cuisine.

 

Corropolese Italian Bakery- A family business, owned and operated in the Audubon area since 1924, this Italian bakery is the place to visit when your sweet tooth can't choose between rich, textured desserts, or light, airy snacks. Baked to perfection, the goods here are sure-fire crowd-pleasers.

 

Tony's Pizzeria and Italian Restaurant - Would you like to order out or stop in for the best pizza, steaks, and hoagies in the area? Tony's is a prevalent option in the Audubon area, so be sure to visit or call to order.

 

How We Can Help

 

For seniors who are in need of in-home care services, Comfort Keepers of King of Prussia offers a wide variety of options and works with families to create customized care plans.

 

Whether you need occasional help in staying connected to your community, family, and friends, or if you require more intensive home healthcare, Comfort Keepers offers in-home care solutions for you.

 

Reach out to us through the contact page on our website or give us a call today at (484) 306-3083.

 

 

 

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