Charming, Creative & Cozy
Souderton is a burgeoning culinary destination with a wealth of history and a bold arts scene that features dynamic cultural events, innovative restaurants and independently owned boutiques.
Souderton's Historic District features the recently restored Broad Theater, which first opened in 1922 and shows first-run, independent and classic films; Northbound, a bar and restaurant set in a century-old train station with a menu focused on local wineries, breweries and farmers; and The Broad Street Grind, a family-owned coffee house located in a 150-year-old property that originally served as Hotel Souderton.
A revitalized arts scene, which includes more than a dozen galleries, public art exhibits and community festivals, adds to Souderton's appeal. Visit the Exhibit B Gallery, located in a restored cigar factory. Explore the work of local artists and craftsmen at the Art on the Hill Gallery. Discover one-of-a-kind murals and captivating sculptures along the Souderton Art Walk. And connect with local artists and your neighbors during Souderton's 3rd Fridays Festivals.