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  2. Ambler, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia,_Pennsylvania

    Ambler is an unincorporated community in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States, [1] coterminous with the ZIP Code 19002. [2] Parts of Ambler are incorporated in the following townships: Upper Dublin, Horsham, and Lower Gwynedd. The Borough of Ambler is located within Ambler.

  3. Ambler, PA Top Attractions, Events and Restaurants. Ambler is one of Montgomery County's most popular towns. You'll find award-wining entertainment options, charming shops, unique restaurants and more. Home to the famous Ambler Theater, Ambler hosts many annual events, including the Ambler Arts & Music Festival, First Fridays and Ambler ...

  4. Downtown Ambler is a walkable, social, cultural and business center with terrific curb appeal, enchanting area residents, visitors and the surrounding communities in the Delaware Valley. Combine this with eclectic shopping, award-winning entertainment options, delectable dining, and professional services, all located in a captivating, small ...

  5. Ambler, PA Map & Directions - MapQuest

    Ambler Map. Ambler is a borough in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, in the United States, approximately 16 miles (26 km) north of Philadelphia. Ambler was originally known as the Village of Wissahickon, named for the North Pennsylvania Railroad depot established there in the mid-1850s.

  6. Photo by Chris Raines. The Borough of Ambler is the social, cultural and business center of this friendly, small community with a population of 6,400 and covering less than a square mile. Its churches, affordable housing, great schools, convenient public transportation accessibility, parks and recreation facilities, and a “walkable ...

  7. Ambler History

    Ambler, PA 19002. Phone: 215-646-1000 Ext.121. E-mail: Our town’s namesake That the Borough of Ambler takes its name from a woman named Mary Ambler is no accident – rather, it is because of an accident: The Great Train Wreck of 1856.

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