FOUNTAINS, FESTIVALS & FAMILY FUN! Longwood Gardens: Festival of Fountains August 10 … [Read More...] about 10+ Chester County PA Things-to-Do in August
Hagley is where the duPont story begins; Visit restored mills, a workers community and the ancestral estate of the duPont family.
Historic Yellow Springs hosts exhibitions, programs, tours, and art classes through the Chester Springs Studio. Special events focus on historical reenactments, art shows, music festivals, and seasonal offerings.
In the heart of the Main Line of Philadelphia, it is one of the eastern Pennsylvanias major horticultural and environmental assets. A botantical garden, preserving and nurturing fory-six acres of Chester Countys rapidly disappearing natural environments
The Kennett Symphony performs 5 classical music concerts each year, including 2 at Longwood Gardens in the summer, and 1 free childrens concert at West Chester University Emilie B. Asplundah Hall.
Longwood Gardens offers a new experience everyday with special events, concerts, and cuisine; The 1077 acres of woodlands, gardens, conservatories and fountains are open everyday of the year.
Located on nearly 600 acres, we’re dedicated to the study, conservation, and appreciation of plants native to the Appalachian Piedmont Region through garden display, education, and research. Our woodland wildflower gardens are recognized as the region’s finest.
The Museum of the American Revolution is establishing a museum to tell the dynamic story of the American Revolution and its legacy. It is the owner of a distinguished collection of Revolutionary-era artifacts. The Museum was designed by world-class architect, Robert A.M. Stern Architects, signature design team, MFM Design, and esteemed scholars.
Stop in and take a seat and see how mushrooms are grown and harvested. Not only do we have fresh mushroom products, but we feature displays about the industry history. The displays were originally part of the former Phillips Mushroom Museum that we are now fortunate to be able to share with our guests.
First museum for US Constitution, history and relevance in our lives; Artifacts and interactive programming.
(OPENING DAY – MAY 1) – Alfred I duPont’s French-style chateau furnished with fine examples of antique furniture, rare rugs, tapestries and outstanding works of art is set among spectacular French formal gardens.
Combining exceptional artistic quality with the intimate setting of The Grand, look no further for an unforgettable evening of opera! Educational workshops, children’s programming, free lectures, student discounts & group rates offered. Call for more information.
The Leonard C. Haas stage is part of a beautifully restored 18th-century barn; this 340 seat theatre has no obstructed views, and no seat is more than 60 feet from the stage. The Steinbright Stage is located in the Congdon Center, an intimate theatre space with 160 seats.
Visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art and catch a world-class exhibition or get to know the masterpieces that live year-round in the Museum’s 200+ galleries. Discover stunning architectural spaces and period rooms see van Gogh’s Sunflowers, and explore the only Museum dedicated to Rodin outside France. Kids under 12 are always free.
The Philadelphia Zoo, America’s first zoo, is home to more than 1,300 rare and endangered animals from around the world. Whether a first-time visitor or a long-time supporter, you will find something new each time you walk through our 43-acre Victorian Garden.
The REP is Delaware’s professional acting company in residence at the University of Delaware; spellbinding stories of the supernatural, a hilarious French farce, a twentieth century masterpiece of theatre and music, Shakespeare’s greatest play directed by the man the press calls, “America’s best director of classic plays”, and the world premiere of a new play written especially for our REP actors
Your 45-minute steam train ride is only the beginning! Travel through scenic Lancaster County as Amish farmland passes you by, stop for a picnic, enjoy railroad activities at the station, browse unique shops, or indulge yourself aboard First Class. Seasonal adventures include Day Out With ThomasTM, Christmas Trains, and the popular Wine & Cheese Train.
Immerse yourself in the greatest private collection of post-impressionist and early-modern art. Explore more than 3,000 masterpieces, including 181 Renoirs, 69 Cézannes, 59 Matisses, 46 Picassos, 16 Modiglianis, and 7 Van Goghs, plus textiles, metalwork, decorative objects, African sculpture, Native American ceramics and jewelry, and Pennsylvania German furniture.
Located in the heart of Philadelphia, The Franklin Institute is a renowned leader in the field of science & technology learning through interactive exhibits, theater-based programs, edu. programs, outreach & awards recognition.
This unique 110 seat performance venue plays host to a range of national, regional, and local acts and offers an opportunity to get up-close and personal with performers of all genres. An all-ages concert venue, where every seat is a front row seat and the lights, sound, and performance immerse the audience. There is always something fresh and exciting to be found on the Kennett Flash schedul
Renowned for its distinctive sound, desired for its keen ability to capture the hearts and imaginations of audiences, and admired for an unrivaled legacy of “firsts” in music-making, The Philadelphia Orchestra remains one of the preeminent orchestras in the world.