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Opening in the Fall of 2015. One Liberty Observation Deck will welcome guests from all over the world and takes them 883 feet above street level to see Philly like never before. Our interactive environment teaches you about your view from every direction, providing a comprehensive educational experience.
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 Trolley Works, 76 Carriage and Big Bus Company of Philadelphia is a full scale transportation and touring service. Trolley Tours, Big Bus Tours, Carriage Tours and Historic Walking Tours are offered to the public daily with frequent departures from Independence Mall. Private Tours, transportation (Coach Buses, Mini Buses, Victorian Trolleys, Chance Trolleys, Double Decker Buses and 15 Passenger Vans), and wedding and prom Trolleys available via our Charter Sales office.
Phoenixville Foundry is Chester County’s premiere wedding venue. It’s a place where new age elegance marries old world charm. The 18,000-square-foot iron giant, which was officially listed in the National Register in 1987, stands as a shining testament of industry and true craftsmanship. In many ways, the urban landmark helped rejuvenate our city. Embodying a triumphant past while opening itself up to new and unknown beginnings—it’s no wonder couples eager to start their lives together choose to take a leap of love here.”
The Schuylkill River Heritage Center, located in the Foundry Building, tells the story of the Industrial legacy of the Schuylkill River and the former Phoenix Iron and Steel Company. Resources in Chester County and communities along the Schuylkill River Watershed are available.
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.
We are creators of unique, memorable, and fun food experiences. Savor, stroll and smile on a guided, walking food tour of downtown Kennett Square, and enjoy six food samples and two wine samples from local restaurants, specialty shops and winery tasting rooms. Visit our website for tickets and more information.
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.
Nestled along the Pickering Creek in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania, The Mill at Anselma is an extraordinary artifact of 260 years of Chester County’s industrial heritage. The Mill stands as the most intact, authentic example of a custom water-powered grain mill in the United States and has been so honored by the U.S. Department of Interior as a National Historic Landmark.
JUNE 27, 2017
Long before its days as a mushroom capital Kennett Square was famous for its connections to the Underground Railroad. The Quaker-centric borough played a major role in the region's abolitionist movement, a history portrayed and celebrated in the Kennett Underground Railroad Center. Read the Chester County Press's recent article about the educational and interesting museum and the important work done in the Brandywine Valley during the 1800s.