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Details: Schwenksville, Pa.

By Luke Jerod Kummer
Special to The Washington Post
Thursday, January 6, 2011; 12:02 PM

GETTING THERE

Schwenksville, Pa., is about 150 miles from Washington. Take Interstate 95 north to Exit 7. Follow I-476 north and merge onto I-76 west. Take Exit 328A to Route 422 west. Exit onto Collegeville Road/PA-29 and head north to the town's center.

STAYING THERE

The Inn at Bally Spring Farm

90 Airport Rd., Barto, Pa.

610-845-8900

www.ballyspringfarm.com

Consists of a restored barn dating from 1749 and a nearby carriage house on 100 acres of farmland. Breakfast included. Rooms from $110 a night.

EATING THERE

Moccia's Train Stop

1004 Gravel Pike, Schwenksville, Pa.

610-287-9866

www.mocciastrainstop.com

Pizzas, hoagies and generously portioned Italian American favorites. Entrees start at $8.99.

PLAYING THERE

John's Old School New Skool Barber Shop and the Schwenksville Museum of Nostalgia

546 Main St., Schwenksville

610-906-0063

www.johnsoldschool.com

Retro men's haircuts, hot lather shaves and a trip down memory lane with pop-culture collectibles. Open Tuesday through Saturday. Men's haircuts start at $14; the museum is free.

INFORMATION

800-847-4872

www.visitpa.com

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