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American Helicopter Museum & Education Center

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Ever since Philadelphian Harold Pitcairn made the first rotorcraft flight in 1928, the Southeastern Pennsylvania area has been considered...

Brandywine Battlefield State Park

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Brandywine Battlefield State Park is near the site of the Battle of Brandywine, where British general William Howe and his troops defeated...

Brandywine River Museum

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In a converted Civil War–era gristmill, the Brandywine River Museum contains the art of Chadds Ford native Andrew Wyeth, a major American...

Chaddsford Winery

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In a restored barn, the Chaddsford Winery offers tastings and tours of its wine-making facilities. On Friday nights in July and August,...


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Chanticleer, the onetime estate of the owner of a local pharmaceutical company, is now a 30-acre garden that bursts with color in the...

Chester County Historical Society

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The society's architectural complex, known as the History Center, includes a former opera house where Buffalo Bill once performed. Galleries...

Delaware Art Museum

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A treat for art lovers, the Delaware Art Museum is housed in a splendid 85,000-square-foot building. The lighted roofline changes colors...

Hagley Museum and Library

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A restored mid-19th-century mill community on 235 landscaped acres along the Brandywine River, the Hagley Museum and Library provides...

Longwood Gardens

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Longwood Gardens has established an international reputation for its immaculate, colorful gardens full of flowers and blossoming shrubs.

Mill Grove Audubon Center

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The Mill Grove Audubon Center was the first American home of Haitian-born artist and naturalist John James Audubon (1785–1851). Built...