FOUNTAINS, FESTIVALS & FAMILY FUN! Longwood Gardens: Festival of Fountains August 10 … [Read More...] about 10+ Chester County PA Things-to-Do in August
Shop, Dine, and explore the tree-lined streets of Historic Kennett Square. Unique galleries, restaurants, and Bed & Breakfasts all wait for you in the charming downtown
Historic Sugartown is a beautifully restored 19th century village crossroads. Sugartown became a bustling village corner during the late 1800’s, bringing people together to exchange news, conduct business and share their lives as a community. Come and be part of our tour. Hours: Saturdays 11am-4pm and Sundays, 1-4pm beginning May 3rd. If using GPS, enter 273 Boot Road, Malvern, PA
Ancestral home of Revolutionary War hero Major General Anthony Wayne; Museum shop; Waynesborough not only creates history, it preserves the history. Please visit our website for further information.
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.
The 18-hole "Honeybrook" course features 6,341 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70; the course rating is 70.4 and it has a slope rating of 128 on Bent grass. Designed by James Blaukovitch, ASGCA, the Honeybrook golf course opened in 2000. Tom Piersol manages the course as the Managing Partner
The history of Hopewell Furance spans two centuries — from its untouched natural state as a part of the great eastern American forests — to its rebirth as a recreational and cultural history area. In between are the stories of industrial development, technology, community, craftsmanship, and natural resources that together changed America.
Chester County’s premiere corn maze opens on September 13th. This year come and see our African Safari 5 acre maze. We also have hayrides, pumpkin patch and many other fun activities for the whole family. New this year is our Smart phone maze tracker system. See our website for further information.
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
Learn about the history all around us, here in this "hotbed of abolitionism." One of our guides will be glad to join you in your car, bus, or van and lead a tour for a modest donation. Call 484-734-0079 to make arrangements for a tour. Tours will depart from the Chester County Visitors Center near the entrance of Longwood Gardens.
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.
Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show is one of the longest running shows in the area. It is a Chester County tradition for people to attend and compete in this show. Each year, the show improves due to the commitment of time and support from our friends and neighbors. Start a new tradition with your family and come to the Ludgwig’s Corner Horse Show.
Marsh Creek State Park is in the rolling hills of north central Chester County. The 1,727-acre park contains the 535-acre Marsh Creek Lake, which is a wonderful resource for fishing, sailing, and migrating waterfowl.The 535-acre Marsh Creek Lake has two boat launch areas and 220 seasonal mooring slips. The lake is especially popular with sail boaters who take advantage of the combination of good natural terrain and prevailing winds. Approved sailboat races draw spectators who enjoy the water activity from the lakeshore.
The 18-hole "Moccasin Run" course features 6,509 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72; the course rating is 71.2 and it has a slope rating of 114 on Rye grass. Designed by John Thompson, the Moccasin Run golf course opened in 1987.
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.
Historic homes of the Lukens and Huston families, founders Lukens Steel Co; Tours are available on Monday-Saturday from 10am-4pm. Our last tour begins at 3:00pm. We are proud to announce we are now a “Blue Star Museum” and welcome America’s active duty military personnel and their families.
Natural Lands Trust is a non-profit land conservation organization dedicated to protecting the forests, fields, streams, and wetlands of our region. We own and manage 41 preserves, many are open daily from dawn to dusk. Some preserves have limited visitation due to sensitive natural resources.Visit our website for more information and dates for upcoming hikes, classes, and events.
(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.
The best way to help history come alive for young and old is to get face-to-face with relics of an era gone by. Housed in two historic buildings -- one dating as far back as 1840s -- the Chester County Historical Society Museum is the perfect place to discover timeworn treasures from the region and a kid-friendly, hands-on history lab.