Brandywine Blog

Frozen Flavors of Chester County

Every corner of Chester County is filled with wonder and delights: gardens, history, wineries, breweries, shopping, and everyone’s favorite – ice cream! Follow a trail through the glorious countryside to sample the most delectable cold confections. Starting in the southern end of Chester County…

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Strokes of Genius: Touring Chester County's Murals

Chester County is a necessary stopping point when discovering Pennsylvania’s art – between the famed Wyeth family and the number of various museums, galleries, and studios in the area, Chester County is a vibrant art hot spot. The creative urges here are strong, and over the past few years artist…

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A Sweet Getaway

Candy brings out the children in us all and memories of our favorite treats. The expression “like a kid in a candy shop” says it all as there is such a thrill to see, smell and taste delectable chocolates and other confections. Fine chocolates, fudge, and old-fashioned candies of all shapes and…

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Spring Into the Arts

Spring is a season of beauty and rebirth after a cold winter, so it’s no surprise that is also the season to celebrate the arts. From fine arts by top American artists to an amazing free studio art tour, Chester County’s Brandywine Valley is an art lovers paradise. The Brandywine Museum of Art…

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St. Peter’s Village is a Step Back in Time

A trip to St Peter’s Village is like a step back in time. This charming 19th century industrial village, narrow and just a ¼ mile in length, is on the National Register of Historic Places. The main street, St Peter’s Road, runs parallel to the rocky French Creek, which adds to the charm and unique…

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