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  • Nottingham Barrens

    Part of the largest occurrence of serpentine barrens in the United States.

    Located on the chain of barrens that follows the Pennsylvania and Maryland border known as the state line serpentine barrens, this 630-acre park is home to a rich display of rare plants and animals.

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  • Paradocx Vineyard

    Unique wines made from homegrown grapes

    Paradocx Vineyard, which offers more than two-dozen wines, is nestled among the rolling hills of southern Chester County.

    Nestled among the rolling hills of southern Chester County, Paradocx Vineyard offers more than two-dozen wines, and is one of the only ones in the state to sell wine by the can. Committed to sustainable practices, the winery has launched two community-supported agriculture programs that encourage members to share produce and equipment.

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  • People’s Light and Theatre Company

    Excellent professional theater offering classical and contemporary plays

    People's Light and Theatre Company

    Located in an idyllic suburban setting, People’s Light & Theatre Company boasts two “black box” theaters, one large and one small, as well as a lovely restaurant in a old farmhouse.

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  • Rotorfest at the American Helicopter Museum

    A super-fun, all-helicopter air show for the whole family

    A super-fun, all-helicopter air show for the whole family

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  • Sadsbury Woods Preserve

    One of the largest unfragmented woodlands in Chester County

    Sadsbury Woods Preserve

    A 500-acre nature preserve ideal for walking and hiking, Sadsbury Woods is also an important habitat for interior nesting birds and small mammals.

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  • Schuylkill River Heritage Center at Phoenixville

    A 120-year-old building repurposed to highlight Phoenixville’s Iron and Steel legacy

    The Schuylkill River Heritage Center is a unique, interpretive way to experience the pictures and pieces of the past to give a better understanding of Phoenixville’s Iron and Steel legacy

    The Schuylkill River Heritage Center, which sits on the site of the former Phoenix Iron and Steel Company, is a unique, interpretive way to experience the pictures and pieces of the past to give a better understanding of Phoenixville’s Iron and Steel legacy and its place in the Schuylkill River’s history.

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  • Sheraton Great Valley Hotel

    Comfortable and charming accommodations close to the King of Prussia Mall

    The Sheraton Great Valley Hotel

    Experience the comfort and charm of the Sheraton Great Valley Hotel. Located in Chester County, the hotel is conveniently close to Exton Square and the King of Prussia Mall.

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  • Sly Fox Brewery

    Some of Philly’s most well known and widely accessible craft beers

    Sly Fox's brewpub in Phoenixville has become both a local and destination favorite and has been named the best in the region by several publications.

    Opened in 1995, Sly Fox beers has become renowned for their diverse styles, and Sly Fox brewers have garnered numerous medals at The Great American Beer Festival. The brewpub has become both a local and destination favorite and has been named the best in the region by several publications.

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  • Spring Blooms at Longwood Gardens

    March 29 – May 19: Longwood Gardens’ celebration of spring

    Spring at Longwood Gardens.

    Explore hundreds of acres abloom with the beauty of spring at Longwood Gardens.

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  • Stargazers Vineyards

    Boutique winery using solar power and natural farming techniques

    Boutique 15-acre winery using solar power and natural farming techniques.

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  • Talula’s Table

    The hardest restaurant in America to get a reservation is also a stellar market

    Talula's Table is both a world-class restaurant and a boutique market.

    One of the top five restaurants in the Philadelphia area doubles as a boutique market in the daytime.

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  • The Christian C. Sanderson Museum

    A history buff’s astonishing personal collection

    Sanderson was a longtime teacher, radio broadcaster and square-dance caller in the area. A lover of history, he was a collector of the pack-rat variety, filling staircases and closets willy-nilly with his treasures. In his handwritten will, Sanderson stated that anything in his house that would help write his biography was to be turned over to Tom Thompson, who is now the curator of the collection.

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  • The Historic Barns-Brinton House of Chadds Ford

    Pre-Revolutionary War homes on the National Register of Historic Places

    Re-enactor at the Barns-Brinton House

    Nestled into a sloping hillside, the three-story house is simple, in keeping with Chads’ Quaker beliefs, but comfortable.

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  • The Market at Liberty Place in Kennett Square

    Community gathering place for fresh local food and entertainment

    The Market at Liberty Place in Kennett Square.

    A gathering place for locals and visitors in Kennett Square, The Market at Liberty Place offers year-round dining, shopping and entertainment.

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  • The Mushroom Cap

    One-stop shop for all-things mushroom

    The Mushroom Cap is Kennett Square's only shop devoted to the local fungi.

    Appropriately located in Kennett Square, the Mushroom Capital of the World, The Mushroom Cap is a fungi-lover’s dream.

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  • The Wharton Esherick Studio and Museum

    A master woodworker’s creations, housed in his unique studio

    Exterior of the Wharton Esherick Studio.

    Nestled in the woods near Valley Forge, the Wharton Esherick Museum is truly a hidden treasure. Esherick, called “the Dean of American Craftsmen,” built his studio/home himself in an organic, flowing style–even the roofline is curved–over a span of forty years.

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  • Trails of the Brandywine Valley

    Are you a Brandywine Valley Trail Blazer?

    Brandywine Valley Art Trail

    Nestled in the southeastern corner of Pennsylvania is the magnificent Brandywine Valley, overflowing with trails and treasures waiting to be discovered.

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  • United States Hot Air Balloon Team

    A luxurious trip over beautiful Chester County

    A luxurious trip over beautiful Chester County.

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  • Va La Vineyards

    A family-owned winery in bucolic Chester County

    Va La Vineyards, a 6.7-acre, family-owned vineyard located in Avondale, Chester County, has spent more than 15 years perfecting their wines.

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  • Van Cleve

    Elegant evening wear on the Main Line

    An evening gown at the Van Cleve Collection

    Multi-level store that offers a wide array of black-tie, evening, bridal party and sportswear apparel.

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  • Victory Brewing Company

    The Philadelphia region’s largest craft brewery

    Victory Brewery Company formally began operations in February 1996 in an old Pepperidge Farm factory in Downingtown, Chester County and hasn’t looked back.

    Founded in 1996 by childhood friends, Victory has seen awesome growth thanks to its superb line of brews and the industry rise of craft beer sales. From its humble beginnings brewing barrels of HopDevil Ale, Victory Festbier and Brandywine Valley Lager, Victory is now one of the largest craft breweries in the country.

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  • Waynesborough

    Home of Revolutionary War’s General “Mad” Anthony Wayne

    Home of Revolutionary War’s General “Mad” Anthony Wayne

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  • West Chester Railroad

    Countryside tour in restored railroad

    Countryside tour in restored railroad

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