Ritzy town full of creative impressions.
Spreading to three different counties, the vast range of Wayne, PA was, and remains, a town built by design. Originally named Wayne Estates, after Revolutionary War general Anthony “Mad” Wayne, it was one of the nation’s first planned suburbs, putting it on the map as a top residential and vacation spot in Pennsylvania. Created for efficiency and appeal, a lot of the original buildings still stand and operate today, including the Wayne Hotel, est. 1906.
This historical suburb is one of the most sought after spots to raise a family in the western suburbs.
Colonial homes with a welcoming downtown.
The highly desirable neighborhoods of Wayne have homes unlike any other area; they boast striking architecture and elegant design, a lot which stem from colonial and/or victorian influences, making them an exceptional place to live. Since Wayne is far enough out from the city, a lot of residents get to experience the warmth and quiet of the country while taking in picturesque views. Both South Wayne Historic District and North Wayne Historic District are known for shingle style and colonial revival architecture, including the styles of Will price, Horace Trumbauer, and several other architects.
Laid-back appeal with elegant atmosphere.
The down-to-earth spirit of Wayne can be seen and felt throughout the town from the rustic, bohemian decor of Gryphon Cafe to nostalgic charm of the Anthony Wayne Theater. Around every corner, there is something to invite you in. Wayne Art Center is non-profit offering classes and workshops.
Every day is an experience.
Wayne, Pennsylvania hosts an abundance of seasonal events throughout the year. You can find the streets filled with vendors, art and music in the summer months, and perhaps a horse drawn carriage for an old-fashioned Christmas in the winter. No matter what the time of year, you can always find something to do.
Wayne, PA hosts an abundance of seasonal events throughout the year. You can find the streets filled with vendors, art and music in the summer months, and perhaps a horse drawn carriage for an old-fashioned Christmas in the winter. No matter what the time of year, you can always find something to do.
Vibrant art and culture surrounding the town.
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