Rockee’s Mushroom Outlet On Old Baltimore Pike south of Route 896. Mushrooms picked fresh daily. Order at www.sherrockmush.com
The motto is simply this: all natural inner and outer well-being. And with that, Silvanus, a natural beauty apothecary, provides personal beauty products using only the finest ingredients. Customers may also choose to blend natural essential oils with unscented products to fit their own preferences.
Mala Galleria exhibits visual arts, paintings, sculptures, photography and other visual media, as well as decorative arts including jewelry, home decor items and fine handcrafts. Mala Galleria represents artists from different parts of the world, as well as many talented local artists.
Art, exhibitions and projects relate to themes relating to property, ownership, site, architecture, and social space in Chester County. Our building is a newly renovated 1930s cottage restored ably by Tom Savage. We’re located at the crossroads of the Gap Newport Pike and Street Road (Routes 41 and 926). Our exhibition series explores the changing nature of place, as well as the relatively unusual rural setting for the exhibition of contemporary work.
Terrain Gardens at Devon Yard offers a lush, horticultural setting with ever-changing greenery that creates a lavish backdrop for special occasions year-round. The Ceremony Garden, Reception Room, and Garden Porch can accommodate parties of many sizes and additional spaces at Devon Yard may also be reserved for events.
Our space can accommodate up to 140 guests for a seated dinner, with room for dancing, and up to 200 standing.
At The Mushroom Cap you’ll find unique gifts, regional specialties and a variety of fresh picked mushrooms delivered right to our door by local growers. Take a seat and see how mushrooms are grown and harvested on our video special. Pick up one of our great cook books packed with tasty mushroom recipes. We also carry an assortment of non-mushroom related gifts and home accessories.
Located in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania,the mushroom capital of the world, and nestled in beautiful historic Chester County. Stop by and wonder through our restored 1828 farm house filled with "everything mushroom" Then explore our exhibit with real mushrooms growing , information and history on our third generation family mushroom business.
Three hundred plus year old Thornbury Farm is located on the national historic site of the biggest battle of the Revolution: the Battle of the Brandywine. Open to the public and its members with the Certified Naturally Grown produce. Visitors welcome, historic tours, classes and events.