History Surrounds Hamanassett

History of the U.S. and the Brandywine Valley

  There are numerous spots on the National Register of Historic Places right in our backyard. Spend an afternoon touring around town and learn about what once was. We’ve listed a few interesting historic spots below but scroll through the full … Continue reading

Hayrides a Must For Fall


  Autumn means the changing colors of the leafs, smells of wood burning in fireplaces, an abundance of pumpkin spice flavored everything….and hayrides. There’s a tractor out there pulling hay for any type of hayride you want, whether you are looking … Continue reading

Fall Festivals Galore!


  Fall is full of fun activities! Harvest festivals, pumpkin picking, hayrides, haunted attractions, apple fests, scarecrow competitions and pumpkin carving and that’s only about half of the things going on in the area this Fall. Visitphilly.com complied a detailed list … Continue reading

Gardens of Brandywine Valley


  The beauty of Brandywine Valley is easily found in its numerous gardens and arboretums and there are many from which to choose to spend your day. Chanticleer Garden The 35-acre garden was once the estate of Christine and Adolph Rosengarten, … Continue reading

Chester County House Tour Celebrates 75 Years


  It’s the Tour of Tours in Chester County and this year Chester County Day is celebrating its 75th Anniversary. Hosted by the Women’s Auxiliary to the Chester County Hospital, step inside historic homes, gardens and landmarks from 10 a.m. to … Continue reading

Celebrate Chadds Ford Days

General Washington at the Brandywine Battlefield, 2005, Photo By L. Gillow

  Enjoy food, local brewers and vintners, live music, antique cars, Revolutionary War reenactors, children’s activities and historic tours of John Chads House at Chadds Ford Days Sept. 12-13. As a way to commemorate the Revolutionary War Battle of the Brandywine … Continue reading