Swarthmore Tourism Government Office
Things to do in Swarthmore, PA
Be certain to save time during your visit to enjoy the Inn's proximity to the Swarthmore College Campus in Swarthmore, PA and the variety of shops and events that Swarthmore has to offer. You can spend the afternoon at Borough Hall's weekly farmer's market, where you will find our chef. Get back to nature and explore the beautiful Scott Arboretum or take advantage of our proximity to Historic Downtown Philadelphia. Explore the city's historic landmarks, shopping, and dining opportunities. We can help you arrange dining reservations and activities to make your stay unforgettable.
Swarthmore ( SWORTH-mor, locally SWAHTH-mor) is a borough in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. Swarthmore was originally named "Westdale" in honor of noted painter Benjamin West, who was one of the early residents of the town. The name was changed to "Swarthmore" after the establishment of Swarthmore College. The borough population was 6,194 as of the 2010 census. == History == The borough was originally part of Springfield Township, and grew up around Swarthmore College, which was founded in 1864.
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