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  • A Taste Of Olive – Chestnut Hill

    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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  • Caleb Meyer Studio

    Custom-made crafts and jewelry gallery in historic Chestnut Hill

    Caleb Meyer creates stunning pieces of hand-crafted jewelry

    A custom-made crafts and jewelry gallery in historic Chestnut Hill

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  • Chestnut Hill Fall For The Arts Festival

    A picturesque fall festival of art, entertainment and more

    Each year, Chestnut Hill welcomes autumn with the Chestnut Hill Fall for the Arts Festival, a Sunday full of art, music, great food, boutique shopping and family fun.

    Sunday, Semptember 24, 2017
    Each year, Chestnut Hill welcomes autumn with the Chestnut Hill Fall for the Arts Festival, a Sunday full of art, entertainment, boutique shopping, alfresco dining and family fun.

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  • Chestnut Hill Home and Garden Festival

    Home and garden design and more take the spotlight at this fest on Germantown Ave.

    Attendees enjoy Chestnut Hill's Home and Garden Fest

    May 7, 2017
    Spring has sprung along Germantown Avenue, and the 21st annual Chestnut Hill Home and Garden Festival celebrates with a vendor-filled festival held the first Sunday of May.

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  • Chestnut Hill Hotel

    Comfort and convenience in Philadelphia historic Chestnut Hill

    Chestnut Hill Hotel

    The Chestnut Hill Hotel is located in the historic community of Chestnut Hill, approximately nine miles northwest from Center City Philadelphia. The boutique hotel features 36 unique rooms, decorated in an 18th-century style with modern amenities.

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  • Chew Philly Food Tours

    Dig into some classic Philly foods while exploring a 300-year-old neighborhood

    Tour-goers on Chew Philly Food Tours explore the 300-year-old Philadelphia neighborhood of Manayunk and includes eight cultural Philly food tastings, including cheesesteaks, tomato pie, soft pretzels, and more.

    Tour-goers on Chew Philly Food Tours explore a 300-year-old Philadelphia neighborhood and participate in a number of cultural Philly food tastings, including cheesesteaks, tomato pie, soft pretzels, and more.

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  • Fingerspan

    1987 by Jody Pinto

    The Fingerspan Bridge in the Wissahickon

    Ready for a more rugged hike? In the Wissahickon section of Fairmount Park, the “Form and Function” program commissioned a bridge that resembles a human finger, complete with a “nail” at one end. With this steel span across a picturesque gorge, artist Jody Pinto hoped to make hikers feel a literal connection between the human body and the natural world.

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  • Harry Potter Festival in Chestnut Hill

    A magical celebration of wizards and Quidditch

    October 20-21, 2017
    There will be wizardry and wonder in the air this October as Chestnut Hill transforms for the Harry Potter Festival.

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  • High Hollow

    George Howe (1886-1955)

    High Hollow is typical of the many beautiful country homes Howe designed in the early part of his career.

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  • Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant
    Chestnut Hill

    Brewery micro-chain has inviting beer, great food and awards galore

    Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant's Chestnut Hill location.

    The award-winning Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant is the kind of place where old friends can enjoy a round of brews at the billiards tables, or dine on seared ahi tuna and prime rib.

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  • Margaret Esherick House (Private Residence)

    Louis I. Kahn (1960)

    An outstanding example of a modest building transformed by the use of natural light.

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  • McNally’s Tavern

    Home of the Schmitter®

    H & J McNally's

    McNally’s is famous for its signature sandwich, the Schmitter®, which is a variation of Philadelphia’s famous cheesesteak sandwich.

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  • Morris Arboretum

    A romantic Victorian landscape garden

    Morris Arboretum

    Stroll through the classical English landscape structures and sculpture gardens at Morris Arboretum, a 92-acre Victorian arboretum. Watch for birds as you enjoy the elegant beauty of the 19th-century grounds, complete with a formal rose garden, majestic old trees and unusual plants from North America, Asia, Africa and Europe. And the arboretum’s soaring permanent exhibit let’s you get a bird’s eye view of the forest on a 450-foot-long canopy walk more than 50 feet above ground level.

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  • Philadelphia School of Circus Arts

    Stay fit and have fun while learning contemporary circus arts

    Learn to fly at the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts.

    If you’ve ever wanted to swing from a flying trapeze or learn the art of unicycling, step into the ring with the knowledgeable instructors at the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts.

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  • Tree Adventure at the Morris Arboretum

    A trip into the trees for the young and young-at-heart

    Entrance to the Tree Adventure

    The Tree Adventure experience at Morris Arboretum with Out on a Limb, a 450-foot-long canopy walk more than 50 feet above ground level that gives visitors a bird’s eye view of the forest.

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  • Valley Green Inn

    Philadelphia’s last remaining roadhouse

    The Valley Green Inn is one of the most beloved places in Fairmount Park.

    A leafty retreat set in Fairmount Park along the banks of the Wissahickon Creek

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  • Wissahickon Environmental Center

    An environmental education center at the northern tip of Fairmount Park

    An environmental education center offering trails, hands-on activities, nature programs and special events

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  • Woodmere Art Museum

    Salon-style displays of American paintings and decorative arts

    The Woodmere Museum’s building, an elegant stone mansion in the Chestnut Hill area, makes the perfect backdrop for shows of art in the realist tradition, from the 19th century to the present. Recent exhibits have featured landscape painter William Trost Richards, Susan Macdowell Eakins, and Philadelphia’s modernist icon Arthur B. Carles.

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