Newtown Square

 

Established in 1681, Newtown Square was originally planned by William Penn as the first inland town west of Philadelphia. It was laid out as a center square around the intersection of Goshen Road and Newtown Street Road. After World War II the mostly agricultural community grew into a bedroom community and suburb of Philadelphia.

 

Population:

12,216 (2010 Census)

 

Public Schools:

Marple Newtown School District (www.mnsd.net)

PA Dept. of Education Fast Facts: Marple Newtown Schools

 

Zip Code:

19073

 

Things To Do/Places To Visit:

Aronimink Golf Club

Newtown Square Railroad Museum

Mostardi Nursery

Hill’s Seafood

Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation

Paper Mill House Museum

Great Harvest Bread Co.

 

Restaurants, Etc:

Spice Indian Thai Bistro

Teikoku

Charlotte’s Restaurant

Fellini’s Cafe

La Locanda Ristorante

Hot Spot Diner

Cut Above Deli

Casey’s Public House

Yuki Sushi

The Ale House