A Brandywine Christmas
Chester County’s Brandywine Valley is a magical place for the holidays.
The Brandywine River Museum features an unparalleled collection of works by three generations of the
Wyeth family. The museum celebrates the season with fabulous holiday displays, including an extensive O-gauge model railroad and an elaborate Victorian dollhouse.
Yuletide at Winterthur will inspire and delight guests with its treasured traditions.
Rooms dressed in seasonal finery offer visitors inspiration for decorations and celebrations in their own homes. Enjoy special touches such as whimsical topiary animals, along with Winterthur’s famed dried flower tree and lavish holiday
Herr’s makes the holidays brighter! This free driving tour incorporates more than 180,000 gleaming
lights, oversized falling snowflakes, delightfully hung Christmas balls, a nativity scene, and the famous 12-foot wreath and giant bow that adorn the snack factory warehouse. Delicious evening tours complete the experience.
Holiday happenings continue at Longwood Gardens, where we welcome you to celebrate A Longwood Christmas. Indoors, elegantly decorated trees and thousands of poinsettias, amaryllis, narcissus, cyclamen and tulips adorn the heated Conservatory. Evening choral concerts, organ sing-alongs and strolling carolers share the sounds of the season. Outdoors, more than 500,000 lights transform the grounds into a festive night-blooming garden, while colorful dancing fountains perform to holiday music.
The area is sure to delight any holiday shopper. Each of the world-class attractions feature delightful gift shops, brimming with treasured items.
Discover the Brandywine Valley’s historic Main Streets of West Chester, Kennett Square and Phoenixville, home to dozens of outstanding restaurants, art galleries, wine tasting rooms and unique retail shops. Nearby Philadelphia Premium Outlets
satisfies the bargain shopper in all of us with over 150 name brand outlet stores.