Blue Bell, Pennsylvania, is a quiet suburb 18 miles northwest of the Philadelphia downtown area, and has a history as old as the nation. however, its quiet character shouldn't be mistaken for listlessness, as the town offers many surprises for those who only know it by reputation. Blue Bell may be historic, but it hasn't fallen behind the times.
Blue Bell was originally called Pigeontown, because passenger pigeons had a high propensity to call the area home at the time. In 1840, the town changed its name to Blue Bell after the town's main inn, which once hosted a visit from George Washington.Blue Bell Inn was fully restored in 2013 and still proudly serves guests.
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