The National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting chronicles the history of the Voice of America, an important radio broadcast that spread the message of American Democracy for decades, particularly to those living under totalitarian regimes.
Explore the scenic beauty of the Chester Creek Valley when you take a nostalgic, 90-minute train trip aboard the West Chester Railroad. Choose from a variety of tour options and themed trips, then you and your family can sit back and enjoy the ride.
QVC Studio Park has been introducing visitors to the world of television and multimedia retailing since 1997. Featuring a guided walking tour through the 58,000 square foot studio, visitors will see behind the curtain of this iconic retail giant.
West Goshen Community park is a city park that offers a variety of recreational settings, from sand volleyball pits to tennis and basketball courts. Multiple areas with playground equipment for children and fitness trails are also offered.
Dedicated exclusively to helicopters, the American Helicopter Museum and Educational Center, is a premier aviation museum which commemorates the history of rotary-winged aircraft. In addition to educational displays, the museum displays 35 aircrafts.
Resting beside the Brandywine River, the Brandywine Picnic Park in West Chester, Pennsylvania is open from mid-May to mid-September. Featured activities include softball, paddle boating and tubing. Midway activities are featured as well.
Founded in 1974, Peoples Light & Theater Co.,is one of the largest professional non-profit theater companies in Pennsylvania. The group is known for its eclectic mix of productions, and for the innovative programs they offer to students.
The Paoli Battlefield is the site of a Revolutionary War battle that George Washington dubbed the Paoli Massacre - a significant defeat for the colonial forces. The battlefield has been meticulously preserved, and the staff welcomes visitors.