Souderton's downtown culture includes art galleries, theaters, restaurants, historic sites, and festivals.
LET'S GO TO THE MOVIES
The historic Broad Theater is fully renovated as a three screen independent movie theater showing a mix of first-run, classic and independent films. The lobby is designed to be a vibrant gathering hub for the community where patrons can enjoy delicious concessions and drinks from Free Will Brewing.
For local productions of plays and musicals, standup comedy shows, and acting camps for kids, Montgomery Theater is a vital part of the community and a contributor to vast artistic resources of our area. Located in the heart of Souderton — close to restaurants, coffee houses, and ice cream shops — professional actors and the unique performance space are the perfect reasons to join us for a show. Free parking and affordable prices only make us that more appealing.
SOUDERTON ART SCENE
Experience Exhibit B Gallery, a restored cigar factory from 1901, full of art and fine craft. Art on the Hill Gallery represents local artists and craftsman and their boutique is full of gifts for every budget. A broad range of creative expression is represented in the galleries. If you're drawn to the story behind the art, visit our galleries and check out our NEW Souderton Public Art Walking Tour to discover unique murals and public art hidden throughout Souderton.
Dining and drink options include American fare to international cuisine. Hang out and enjoy specialty coffee, teas, homemade pastries, and small batch ice cream. Visit the Souderton Dining Directory!
April through October, 3rd Fridays, live music, food trucks, entertainment and vendors bring Chestnut and Main Streets alive! "We have a gem here in Souderton, and we work with surrounding businesses and towns to immerse artists into the community and the community into art". Souderton Art Jam is an arts, crafts, food truck, beer/wine/spirits, live music festival that grows bigger every year.
The history of Souderton is a source of inspiration and is honored through preservation and revitalization. Explore the historic streets and buildings and tour the Univest Museum, founded in 1876. Visitors will see the shared heritage and local artifacts and hear local historians talk about the history of the Bank and Souderton. To schedule a tour, contact Univest at 215-721-8396. The book, "Souderton," is a collection of memorabilia published to honor Souderton's centennial in 1987. It is available at local retailers, online bookstores, and at www.arcadiapublishing.com.