Cities, town, etc.
- Bryn Mawr, California
- Bryn Mawr, Chicago, Illinois
- Bryn Mawr (CTA station), a rapid transit station on the Chicago 'L' serving the Bryn Mawr neighborhood
- Bryn Mawr, Minneapolis, Minnesota,
- Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
- Bryn Mawr (SEPTA Regional Rail station), a stop on the SEPTA Regional Rail Paoli/Thorndale Line serving the Bryn Mawr community
- Bryn Mawr-Skyway, Washington, CDP
Colleges, schools, etc.
- Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania
- Bryn Mawr School, Baltimore, Maryland
Places on the National Register of Historic Places
- Bryn Mawr (Granville, Ohio)
- Bryn Mawr (Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania)
- Bryn Mawr Historic District, Edgewater, Chicago, Illinois
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