Bryn Mawr Hospital and Lankenau Medical Center are located just a few miles apart in Philadelphia's affluent Main Line suburbs, west of Center City Philadelphia -- famous for their outstanding environment and lifestyle. The Main Line area is a collection of some of the most beautiful suburb neighborhoods and homes in the country with tree-lined streets, stone colonial homes, parks, affordable housing, the best school system in the state of Pennsylvania, convenient shopping, a variety of restaurants and an outstanding quality of life.
About a half hour away by either car or public transportation, Center City Philadelphia offers attractions as varied as regional and national theater, the Pennsylvania Ballet, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the new Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, seven major league sports teams, a wide range of film and music outlets, the Mummers Parade, and hundreds of restaurants serving food ranging from local favorites, like cheesesteaks, to nationally renowned French cuisine and other ethnic specialties... and don't forget America's oldest zoo as an assurance of pleasurable free time for everyone.
Philadelphia also features the Philadelphia Art Museum and the Franklin Institute, among 26 museums within the city alone; the 8,700-acre Fairmount Park; Penn's Landing, the Morris Arboretum; and historic sites, including Independence Hall, the National Constitution Center and the Liberty Bell.
Attractions outside the city include the Brandywine Museum on the Wyeth family estate; and seven parks in the area offer swimming, hiking, riding, and fishing, among other activities. New York City and Baltimore, Maryland, are both near enough for day trips, and the Pocono Mountains and New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland beaches all offer weekend alternatives. Nearby historical sites include Valley Forge National Park, the battleground at Gettysburg, and other reminders of the area's long history.
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