Located just outside Philadelphia in Montgomery County, Narberth is one of many neighborhoods on the historic Pennsylvania Main Line. Known for its walkable and charming downtown, Narberth has everything from dining, nightlife, shopping, and family-fun entertainment.

How to get there

Take SEPTA's Paoli/Thorndale Line to Narberth Station and you're there! Is the Bus more your speed? SEPTA's Route 44 also get's you to Narberth. 


Regional Rail: (Zone 2) 

The best and most cost-effective option is to buy your ticket ahead of time from a SEPTA Sales Office. A one-way ticket purchased from a conductor is $6.00 on weekdays and $5.00 on weekends. If you buy your ticket from a SEPTA sales office beforehand, the fare is $5.25 on weekdays and $4.25 on weekends.

Have a paper TransPass or TransPass loaded on your SEPTA Key? You're in luck! You can use your TransPass on ALL SEPTA Regional Rail Lines on weekends!


One-way fare is $2.50 cash. 

Your can also purchase a SEPTA Key Card. The SEPTA Key Travel Wallet allows you to pay as you go and you'll receive a discount for each ride ($2.00 versus the $2.50 cash fare). You must load a minimum of $10 [which will get you 5 rides]. Funds in your Travel Wallet can only be used to pay for one (1) person. It cannot be tapped multiple times to pay for anyone traveling with you.  

You can also purchase an Independence Pass for $13 (one person) or $30 (families). This allows you unlimited one-day travel on SEPTA Buses, the Market-Frankford Line, Broad Street LineTrolleysNorristown High Speed Line, and Regional Rail. Independence Passes can be purchased beforehand at a SEPTA Sales Office, or on-board a Regional Rail Train from your Conductor.

Things To Do

Narberth's business district has a variety of independent shops, giving it the classic main street America feel. Popular stores like The Cheese Company, Ricklin's Hardware, and Sweet Mabel's have been staples of the community for years, and newest stores like Narberth Bookshop and Village Treats have quickly become local favorites. 

Food and drink spots in Narbeth are plentiful. Local watering holes include The Greeks, McShea's, and The Pub of Penn Valley. For the sweet tooth, Le Petit Mitron offers freshly made French pastries and baked goods. 

Narberth has no shortage of entertainment, either. The local movie theater, Reel Cinemas Narberth, shows the latest films at reasonable prices. The town also hosts a number of events and festivals throughout the year, like the Narberth Dickens Festival and the Narbark Dog Parade