Find comfort in the wide-open spaces of Chester County’s Brandywine Valley. Discover an abundance of room to roam; from charming main streets with unique outdoor dining options, to world-class gardens, museums, and wineries — our outdoor offerings are a breath of fresh air.
The historic main streets of West Chester, Kennett Square, and Phoenixville offer an eclectic variety of delightful shops and beautiful outdoor dining atmospheres. Toast in rolling vineyards at open-air wineries, or refine your taste for the ordinary at a variety of craft brewery locations. Proudly crowned America’s Garden Capital, Chester County is home to spectacular public gardens; from Longwood Gardens to Mt. Cuba Center, the Brandywine Valley is always in bloom. Find Room in Chester County’s Brandywine Valley. Both convenient and affordable overnight options are available. Receive Welcome Bags for your group when you stay in a Chester County hotel or Bed and Breakfast.
ROOM TO DINE
The Gables at Chadds Ford
Located in a converted 1800’s dairy barn in the heart of the historic Brandywine Valley, The Gables at Chadds Ford offers a contemporary twist on traditional American cuisine in elegant indoor and outdoor dining atmospheres. There are many inviting locations to dine in Chester County; other group-friendly favorites include The Market at Liberty Place after a stroll through Kennett Square, and the historic Kennett Square Inn for authentic mushroom soup.
ROOM TO UNWIND
One hundred-acre Paradocx Winery and Vineyard, located in the meadows of Landenberg, Pennsylvania, allows for plenty of room to unwind. Discover a curated variety of handcrafted wines made from homegrown grapes, and toast among picturesque scenery. Dine outside on the patio or bring your own blanket for a picnic-style experience in the meadow.
ROOM TO INSPIRE
Wharton Esherick Museum|
Inspire your visit to Chester County with a tour of the Wharton Esherick Museum, the home and studio of American artist Wharton Esherick. Designated as a National Historic Landmark for Architecture, the museum’s whimsical exterior complements the artistic wonders within. Discover Esherick’s life work of woodcuts, paintings, sculptures, furniture and more. Just down the road, explore the legacy of the Wyeth family of artists at the Brandywine River Museum of Art.
ROOM TO BLOOM
Mt. Cuba Center
Chester County — America’s Garden Capital — is home to a diverse variety of gardens, from the pampered greenhouses of Longwood Gardens, to the natural blooms of Mt. Cuba Center. Named Best Botanical Garden 2020 by USA Today’s 10Best Reader’s Choice Awards, Mt Cuba Center is a 600-acre naturalistic garden dedicated to native plant conservation. Become one with nature when you refresh your surroundings in tunnels of native trees and wildflowers.
For more information about Chester County’s Brandywine Valley, visit BrandywineValley.com. Contact Courtney Babcock at Courtney@BrandywineValley.com for group tour plans.