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  • LoweRiders Bikes and Boards

    Bike rentals are available at this Downington bike shop

    LoweRider Bikes and Boards rents hybrid and comfort bikes, as well as snow boards.

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  • Horace Pippin: The Way I See It at the Brandywine River Museum of Art

    The first major Pippin exhibition in the U.S. in two decades

    The Brandywine River Museum of Art will feature more than 60 works that capture Pippin’s bold, colorful and candid paintings reflecting life in the African- American community and commenting on race, religion, war and history.

    April 25-July 19
    Horace Pippin: The Way I See It at the Brandywine River Museum of Art will be the first major exhibition of the artist’s works in the country in more than 20 years. It will feature more than 60 works reflecting life in the African-American community.

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  • Nightscape: A Light and Sound Experience at Longwood Gardens

    An immersive garden-wide after-dark installation

    The chance to see stunning sights at Longwood Gardens will continue after dark with the immersive after-dark-only installation Nightscape.

    July 1
    The chance to see stunning sights at Longwood Gardens will continue after dark in the summer and fall of 2015 with the launch of the immersive after-dark-only installation Nightscape: A Light and Sound Experience.

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  • A la Maison Bistro

    A French bistro BYOB right on the Main Line

    A la Maison Bistro is the place to go for French comfort food.

    Francophiles, take note: Ardmore’s A la Maison Bistro is offering up some tasty French dishes on the Main Line.

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  • A Taste Of Olive – Ardmore

    World-class olive oils available for tasting and buying

    Choose from the freshest selection of extra virgin olive oils as well as a wide variety of traditional and flavored premium balsamic vinegars.

    A Taste of Olive doesn’t want you to settle for standard olive oil. Browse their world-class selection, sample some that look interesting, then take home your favorite.

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  • A Taste Of Olive
    West Chester

    World-class olive oils available for tasting and buying

    Choose from the freshest selection of extra virgin olive oils as well as a wide variety of traditional and flavored premium balsamic vinegars.

    A Taste of Olive doesn’t want you to settle for standard olive oil. Browse their world-class selection, sample some that look interesting, then take home your favorite.

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  • A Very Furry Christmas
    at Sesame Place

    Celebrate the holidays with your favorite Sesame Street friends

    A Very Furry Christmas at Sesame Place is a festive, family-friendly celebration with everyone’s favorite Sesame Street friends.

    A Very Furry Christmas at Sesame Place is a festive, family-friendly celebration with everyone’s favorite Sesame Street friends. The park is transformed into a one-of-a-kind Christmas wonderland with twinkling lights, festive decorations and rides.

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  • Abington Art Center

    27 acres of amazing art in Montgomery County

    Abington Art Center hosts festivals, concerts or film series and more.

    When there isn’t a festival, concert or film series at the 27-acre Abington Art Center, visitors can claim a quiet bench under the Katasura trees to contemplate the 24 environmentally themed semi-permanent and temporary sculptures by artists such as Ursula von Rydingsvard, Knox Cummin, Christopher Manzione, Alison Stigora and Jay Walker.

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  • Alison Two

    Alison Barshak unveils her latest dining venture in Fort Washington

    Alison Two

    Alison Barshak — the culinary mind behind Alison at Blue Bell — has long been one of the Philadelphia region’s greatest dining treasures.

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  • Ambler Theater

    Independent, art and foreign films screened in an iconic building

    Ambler Theater is the place to go if you're looking to catch the independent, art and foreign films.

    Ambler’s landmark movie theater has been recently renovated — and has more to offer film fans than ever

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  • American Helicopter Museum

    The history of rotorcraft flight from the ground up

    Child playing at the Helicopter Museum.

    The 20,000-square-foot hangar full of 70 years’ worth of vintage helicopters is a rotorwing historian’s dream; here, vintage and modern aircraft demonstrate the copter’s roles in war and rescue missions, agriculture and police surveillance. You’ll see the only V-22 tilt-rotor Osprey in the world that’s on public display, and have the chance to climb into some of the helicopters to fiddle with the dials, switches and pedals.

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  • Apple Festival at Peddler’s Village

    Weekend celebration of the orchard harvest in Bucks County

    Visitors pack Peddler's Village in the fall for the annual Apple Festival.

    November 1 – 2
    Apple pies, apple butter, apple cider, apple fritters, caramel apples – find these treats and more during the annual Apple Festival at Peddler’s Village.

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  • Ardmore Farmers’ Market

    20 vendors offering fresh produce, meats, seafood, baked goods and ready-to-eat meals

    The Ardmore Farmers Market, located at the Suburban Square shopping center, features some 20 vendors selling fresh produce, meats and seafood.

    The Ardmore Farmers Market, located at the Suburban Square shopping center, features some 20 vendors selling everything from fresh produce, meats and seafood to baked goods and ready-to-eat meals.

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  • Artisans Gallery & Café

    Check out works from Chester County artists and eat a sconut

    Artisans Gallery & Café displays and sells handmade pottery by local artists while serving up homemade food, including “sconuts,” a scone/donut combo available in a variety of flavors.

    Artisans Gallery & Café displays and sells handmade pottery by local artists while serving up homemade food, including “sconuts,” a scone/donut combo available in a variety of flavors.

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  • Asher’s Chocolates

    Satisfying sweet teeth for more than 100 years

    Located in Montgomery County, Asher’s produces more than seven million pounds of candy a year with sweets sold in seven countries.

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  • Autumn’s Colors and Chrysanthemum Festival at Longwood Gardens

    Celebrate fall with chrysanthemums, music and more

    Longwood Gardens celebrates the harvest season with Autumn's Colors, a festive showcase of fall colors.

    Open through November 23
    Longwood Gardens celebrates the harvest season with Autumn’s Colors, a festive showcase of fall colors, and the Chrysanthemum Festival, when more than 20,000 blooming chrysanthemums take over Longwood’s four-acre conservatory.

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  • Best Western Philadelphia Airport
    South at Widener

    Stylish comfort just minutes from the Philadelphia International Airport

    The business plus room at Best Western Philadelphia Airport South.

    The Best Western Philadelphia Airport South at Widener University offers a convenient location with a modern design.

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  • Beth Sholom Synagogue

    Final project for famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright

    Learn the remarkable story of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecturally significant structure, the product of Rabbi Mortimer Cohen’s vision for a new kind of synagogue.

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  • Binky Lee Preserve

    A former farm, now being reclaimed as natural lands

    Binky Lee Preserve

    A former farm, now being reclaimed as natural lands

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  • Black Walnut Winery

    18 varietals and blends made in a refurbished 200-year-old barn

    Black Walnut Winery uses grapes from neighboring vineyards to produce 18 varietals and blends.

    Started by two couples who turned a hobby into a career by refurbishing a 200-year-old bank barn, Black Walnut Winery uses grapes from neighboring vineyards to produce 18 varietals and blends. A variety of events, including live music, take place throughout the year at the winery and its off-site tasting room in downtown Phoenixville.

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  • Bluegrass and Blueberries Festival
    at Peddler’s Village

    A weekend celebration of the blueberry in Bucks County

    Enjoy a family-friendly weekend of blueberries and bluegrass music at Peddler's Village.

    July is national blueberry month and Peddler’s Village is celebrating the summer fruit with a weekend of music and family fun.

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  • Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve

    A natural habitat for Pennsylvania’s native plants

     Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve

    Bring your binoculars with you to Bowman’s, a hilltop preserve where more than 1,000 species of native perennial woodland wildflowers, trees, shrubs and ferns draw an array of birds. Take the seasonal bloom guide as you follow the trails that link woodland, meadow and dry upland habitats — the grounds beautifully showcase the wondrous diversity of plants native to Pennsylvania in a 100-acre natural landscape.

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  • Brandywine Battlefield Park

    The peacefully preserved remains of one of Washington’s few defeats

    George Washington's headquarters at Brandywine Battlefield

    Most preserved battlefield sites memorialize winning fights, but the Revolutionary Army actually lost ground at Brandywine. Still, the rolling hills of Brandywine Battlefield Park serve as a memorable addition to any Revolutionary War tour of the Philadelphia area. George Washington used the Benjamin Ring House for his headquarters before the battle, and though the house burned in the 1930s, it is now preserved to be what it looked like in 1777.

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  • Brandywine Conservancy’s Wildflower and Native Plant Garden

    A garden that inspired the paintings of three generations of Wyeths

    The gardens surround the Brandywine River Museum of Art

    A garden that inspired the paintings of three generations of Wyeths

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  • Brandywine River Museum of Art

    Art and nature come together in a scenic riverside setting

    Experience artwork from the Wyeth family at the Brandywine River Museum of Art.

    It’s hard to imagine a more bucolic place in which to explore art than the Brandywine River Museum of Art run by the Brandywine Conservancy on a nature preserve. As you stroll its galleries, remember that the very settings which inspired much of the art on view — rolling hills, snowy drifts, and, always, the river — surround you. For many, this landscape, at once rough and gentle, has become synonymous with Andrew Wyeth, whose work is exhibited here in abundance.

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  • Brandywine Valley Harvest Festival

    Celebrate the 2014 vintage along the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail

    Paradocx Vineyard is one of six wineries and vineyards taking part in this year's Brandywine Valley Harvest Festival.

    October 4 to 5
    As summer turns to fall, it’s harvest time at the region’s wineries. Last year’s crop is already turning into wine and, once again, it’s time to celebrate the harvest in the Brandywine Valley.

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  • Brandywine Valley Wine Trail

    Explore the wineries of the Brandywine Valley

    Paradocx Winery is one of five wineries on the trail.

    Take a tour of incredible wineries located in the beautiful, historic Brandywine Valley.

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  • Bristol Riverside Theatre

    Award-winning entertainment just off the Delaware River

    The 300-seat theater has brought some of the biggest names in theater to Bucks County.

    Since 1986, Bristol Riverside Theatre, Bucks County’s premier professional regional theater, has provided award-winning entertainment, including dramas, comedies, musicals and world premieres.

    Housed in a renovated movie house, the 300-seat theater has brought some of the biggest names in theater to Bucks County, including Gregory Peck, Micki Grant and Adrian Pasdar.

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  • Bryn Athyn

    Cathedral for the General Church of New Jerusalem (New Church)

    The Bryn Athyn Cathedral.

    The Church of New Jerusalem (New Church) was formed in England in the late 1700’s, to worship using the Old and New Testaments and Writings which interpret the Bible as parable (written by Swedish philosopher Emanuel Swedenborg). In the late 1800’s, a Philadelphia New Church congregation moved out of the city to Bryn Athyn. Principal patron John Pitcairn financed the construction of the Cathedral, which was dedicated in 1919.

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