Lansdowne, commonly confused with Lansdale, Pennsylvania, is a small, quaint town located thirty minutes outside the city of Philadelphia. Lansdowne is 1.2 square miles in size with a population of a little over 11,000. Lansdowne is very community-based, with many community groups, such as boys and girls clubs, boys scout and girl scout troops, American Legion Posts, and many more. Lansdowne also has many places of worship and private and parochial schools. Lansdowne might be small on area and population, but it is bulging at the seams with history.
The 101 Media, and 102 Sharon Hill trolleys both run through Lansdowne along with the R3 Media-Elwyn train, 109, 113, and Route 30 buses as well as various other forms of Septa. It is easy to figure out how to ride Septa through their website: 
You can also drive into town and park your car in one of the many parking lots and begin your walking tour throughout one of many historic districts.
You can fly into Philadelphia International Airport and rent a car or take a taxi, if you do not live within driving distance.
Lansdowne provides walking tours throughout its historic districts.
Lansdowne Train Station
Lansdowne Borough Hall
Lansdowne Friends Meeting
Henry Albertson Subdivision Historic District
World War One Monument
World War Two Monument
Lansdowne Park National Historic District
Sycamore Tree Park
Trinity United Methodist
Penn Wood High School
First Presbyterian Church of Lansdowne
St. John's Episcopal
St. Philomena's Catholic Church
Twentieth Century Club, . Hosts several wonderful live plays by the Celebration Theater . Tickets for these wonderful performances are only $17 for adults, $15 for students and seniors, and $12 for children.