The town of Hatboro is located in Southeastern Pennsylvania, 25 miles North of central Philadelphia. Hatboro dates back to the early 1700’s when John Dawson, a hatter from England, settled in the small village. Hatboro played a role in the Revolutionary War; it is said that hats were made for the soldiers here. Additionally, the Battle of Crooked Billet occurred in the Hatboro area and a monument was erected in it’s honor.

Hatboro is a wonderful “small town” with a strong sense of community. The population is just 7,500 within a 1.2 square mile area. The community is committed to preserving the vitality of the Main Street, with it’s historic buildings and shopping districts.

Hatboro, Pennsylvania is truly one of America’s great towns. Friendly merchants, a thriving business district, convenient suburban Philadelphia location, and small town traditions, create an attractive environment for residents and visitors alike.

For your convenience, the below shops are just a short walk to the main level.