Malvern, small town, big charm, poised on the western end of Philadelphia's Main Line, just off of Lancaster Avenue.The little town of Malvern has embraced recent opportunities for change, giving Malvern a new sense of vitality, with a vibrant retail district, and an active residential market. Please take the time to get to know Malvern; appreciate our rich history, discover the Malvern of today and dream about the possibilities our future holds.
For years, Malvern was the sleepy little town at the end of the Main Line, a quaint borough capping off the R5 train. Our main thoroughfare, King Street . . . [more]
Our Rich History
Need to Know
In 1681, William Penn entrusted a swath of land from his American land holdings to settlers from Wales. Remnants of this Welsh Tract appear today as near to Malvern as Duffryn Avenue in Willistown, and as far away as Bryn Mawr College or Uwchlan Township. What we now call Malvern was dotted with forests . . . [more]
The Borough of Malvern and its surrounding area, including the Frazer corridor, are an interconnected area conveniently located half an hour west of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Malvern is rich in history with a vintage . . . [more]