Brandywine Blog

Pop-up Pours

Brandywine Valley’s brewers are popping up this summer at a variety of fabulous locations. If you want to sip local brews while enjoying the beautiful summer weather Chester County has to offer, then this guide is for you! Stunning ChesLen Preserve partners with East Branch Brewing Company for…

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Cheers to the perfect weekend

Beer lovers can’t miss one of the best brew events in the region – Kennett Brewfest! Over 80 brewers serving a wide range (175!) of beers in the charming town of Kennett Square, Saturday October 7. You’ll need to stay overnight – make it a full weekend! See below for planning the perfect getaway:…

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Fine Dining in Chester County

Leaving Philadelphia doesn’t mean leaving good food behind too! Chester County has many delicious restaurants, including a handful of high-end options. Any of these restaurants could thrive in Philadelphia, but luckily their owners decided Chester County was the best spot for their culinary talents…

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Harvest Happiness: Autumn Agritourism

The Brandywine Valley celebrates a tradition of agriculture and artisan trades as rich as our soil. Family-owned farms throughout the region nurture nature’s gifts, and local chefs transform the yield into fresh culinary creations. Get a taste of our local harvest at farms, restaurants and…

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Fall Planning Inspiration

Inspire your fall getaway in the Brandywine Valley. Read on for autumn events and attractions to add to your stay. A visit to world-renowned Longwood Gardens is a must on every Brandywine Valley itinerary. Enter an autumn oasis of color in the grand conservatory during the Chrysanthemum Festival…

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Autumnal Artistry

Love Temple at Longwood Gardens Autumnal Artistry Autumn's artistry takes many forms throughout the Brandywine Valley; at every turn, the bounty of our lush, colorful landscape comes to life. The legacy of arts and culture in the Brandywine Valley is pervasive and expressed in a myriad of ways…

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Tasting Room Tours: The Stave at Paradocx Vineyard

Article by the Pennsylvania Winery Association Success brings its own challenges. After nearly two decades of making wine and attracting big crowds, Paradocx Vineyard needed more space. The Chester County winery undertook an ambitious expansion to accommodate the growing number of folks who stop by…

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