Sleep Inn & Suites
3427 Street Rd.
Bensalem, PA 19020
Phone: (215) 244-2300
Fax: (215) 638-3891
3427 Street Rd., Bensalem, PA, US, 19020
- Phone: (215) 244-2300
- Fax: (215) 638-3891
If you want to enjoy an action-packed evening filled with entertainment, then you must catch at least one event at this arena. Whether it's a rock concert, or a thought-provoking theatre performance, you are sure to have a pleasant time here. The venue also hosts sporting events like the Ring of Honor Wresting Tournament. So don't waste more time and call the box office for a schedule and book your tickets right away.
Jillian's at Franklin Mills Mall is a popular hangout amongst families and groups. Munch on some delicious snacks and then head out for some hard-core entertainment. It features a giant TV, billiards table, bowling alley, live entertainment, sumptuous food and much more, all under one roof. You can easily spend a fun-filled, entertaining evening at this place. The center also makes available banquet facilities for private events. For any further deatils, do visit the website or call ahead.
Held each September, this annual fair is arguably the best juried craft show in all of Burlington County.
Knowlton Mansion or Rhawn Residence is a three-story Gothic Revival style mansion. It was constructed in 1881 by celebrated architect Frank Furness. It was also the residence of the son of Robert MacKay Green I, who is known as the inventor of the ice cream soda. This place has been on the National Register of Historic Places since 1974 and is currently occupied by Conroy Catering, who rent it for weddings and other events.
This annual art exhibit takes place beginning in October each year, and runs throughout much of the year, featuring the showcasing of works by members of the Center for the Arts in Southern New Jersey.
This art exhibition, held each August, features the works of the students of Master Zhe-Zhou Jiang, as well as works by the Master himself.
Cheltenham Center for the Arts is located in the former George K. Heller School which was the first of its kind in the township of Cheltenham and the oldest public school in the state till its closure in 1953. The Late Victorian stone structure is the ideal setting for this arts center which was founded in 1940. The Cheltenham Center for the Arts is known for its art classes, exhibitions and theater highlighting the work of local artists and the community. Its sole focus is to express social interests in a creative way through artistic mediums.
The latest comedies, dramas, romances and action movies are shown at Regal Burlington Stadium 20.
Each April this two-day event is host to over thirty quality antique dealers who display a wide array of antique merchandise.
Popular in the Philadelphia area since 1928, this theater was initially a movie house but now it houses a variety of shows. It could be Glenn Beck on Ice, Little Red Riding Summer Series show or The Nutcracker. It has a mixture of performances for the audience. Parking is available behind the theater. Become an E-seats member at the theater and get autographed posters from the stars along with more benefits.
Glenside Memorial Hall or Glenside Hall as it is more locally referred to is a historic building that was built to commemorate World War I heroes. Constructed in 1926, this T-shaped, bricked Colonial Revival style structure is now used for private events, social gatherings,meetings and weddings. This two level facility is also available on rent and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2004.
Alexander's is a great place to check out some live music. Tables and chairs laid out at a comfortable distance from each other ensure that everyone gets their private space while enjoying the casual atmosphere. Enjoy the simple menu and drinks at the bar. Alexander's is best known for live music concerts, so check the website for the latest ones.