Wayne, PA is quintessential “All American,” town located in the heart of the Main Line.  Stroll the historic streets and you feel as though you stepped right into a Norman Rockwell Painting. Located on the Main Line in Delaware County, Wayne was built and started on the Pennsylvania Railroad, where the people of Wayne built the town around its citizens’ needs and expectations. Wayne then became home to many historic sites as the town grew such as the classic Wayne Hotel and Valley Forge Military Academy, home to the monument from the Battle of the Bulge located on their grounds.  Wayne’s business district is thriving with various shops, restaurants/cafes, a post office, a historic cinema and library. Aside from the bustling downtown there are also beautiful spots to admire nature and feel like you have left your cares behind:  such as Radnor Trail, The Willows or the well-known Chanticleer Gardens.

The town of Wayne, encompassing 19087, is split between 3 school districts depending on location including Radnor School District (Eastern End), Tredyffrin-Easttown School District (Western and Northern end) and Upper Merion School District (Northeastern End). Wayne, PA is also home to several small liberal arts colleges including: Eastern University, Cabrini University, Valley Forge Military College and Villanova University.

Transportation in Wayne is a breeze with 4 different train stations to choose from including Wayne Station, Strafford Station, Radnor Station and St. Davids Station, easily accessible from anywhere in Wayne. These stations are all situated along the Paoli/Thorndale Line, making for an easy commute to Center City.