Rosemont, Pennsylvania facts for kids
The main building at Rosemont College
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Rosemont is a community in Pennsylvania on the Philadelphia Main Line between Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, and Villanova, Pennsylvania, lying partly in Radnor Township, Pennsylvania, and partly in Lower Merion Township, Pennsylvania.
Part of the geographic area is served by the Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, ZIP code. Rosemont is served by its own stops on both the Paoli/Thorndale Line of SEPTA Regional Rail and the Norristown High Speed Line.
The community of Garrett Hill is in Radnor Township and in the Rosemont section.
Rosemont is the town used by soap opera creator and writer Agnes Nixon as a model for the fictional town of Pine Valley, Pennsylvania, the setting for the popular daytime drama All My Children, which debuted on ABC in 1970.
The fictional town of "Rosewood" Pennsylvania in the show "Pretty Little Liars" is also based on Rosemont, PA.
The Joseph Sinnott Mansion was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
The neighborhood of "Beaupre" in Rosemont was once the 200-acre estate of the same name, built for Alexander Cassatt's son Robert. The original mansion still stands and is part of Rosemont Presbyterian Village, and the original French iron gates flank entrances from Conestoga Road and South Ithan Avenue.
Rosemont is home to the following parks:
- Ashbridge Memorial Park (Lower Merion Township)
- Austin Memorial Park (Lower Merion Township)
- Emlen Tunnell Park (Radnor Township)
- Clem Macrone Park (Radnor Township)
- Unkefer Park (Radnor Township)
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