TripBuzz found 114 things to do with kids in or near Downingtown, Pennsylvania. From Independence Hall to Citizens Bank Park, Downingtown offers a variety of fun, kid-friendly things to do in the area—including 38 family activities perfect for kids with ratings over 90%.
There are 60 different types of family-friendly things to do with kids in or near Downingtown, PA. The most popular types of activities for kids and families include: Historic Sites, Parks, Museums and Stadiums & Fields.
There are 0 things to do with kids in Downingtown, and 42 things to do with kids in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Wilmington, Newark, Media and West Chester.
Greenville, Delaware is home to the Delaware Museum of Natural History. This popular educational institution has collections featuring dinosaur skeletons, fine gemstones, mineral samples, taxidermied wildlife, asteroid fragments and much more.
Commemorating the site of George Washington's Continental Army winter encampment, Valley Forge National Historical Park, is a must see for young and old alike. The park features 26-miles of hiking/biking trails, historic buildings and educational exhibits.
Completed in 1917, the Washington Memorial Chapel, was built in honor of General Washington and the patriot soldiers of Valley Forge. Located within Valley Forge National Historic Park, the site features a 58-bell carillon and tower.
Featuring seasonal events throughout the year, Linvilla Orchards has grown into much more than a typical pick-your-own fruit farm. The farm includes a petting zoo, fishing, indoor mini-golf, playground and other fun for the whole family.
Your visit to Rockford Park & Tower is highlighted by the 100-year old stone water tower. The rest of the park features a combination of large open areas, wooded areas with hiking trails, picnic areas and more.
Operating as a summer stock theater from 1930 to the 1960's, the New Candlelight Theatre now features a variety of live entertainment and musicals. Dinner theater shows, comedy acts, and special events round out the busy schedule.
Known for its huge collection of Pre-Raphaelite art, the Delaware Art Museum is a private institution in Wilmington, Delaware. Parking is always free, and the price of admission covers all galleries and buildings on the museum campus.
Housed in an 1840's era Grist Mill, today's Hedgerow Theatre, was redesigned as a repertory theatre in 1923. The venue features award-winning productions throughout the year, holds special presentations for children, and is an integral part of the community.
Featuring 14-miles of hiking trails, the 933-acre Brandywine Creek State Park, provides visitors with wildlife and wildflower viewing opportunities. Other amenities include fishing, winter sports, picnic areas, and seasonal special events for the entire family.
Travel back to the turn of the century when you visit Rockwood Museum in Wilmington. Located in a family mansion, the museum displays original furnishings and clothing from the 1890's through 1920 and represents life through the Depression and World Wars.