- TripBuzz found 209 things to do with kids in or near West Chester, Pennsylvania, including 194 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Philadelphia, Wilmington, Newark and New Castle.
- From Northbrook Canoe to Kodabow, the West Chester area offers 106 different types of family activities, including: Specialty Museums, National & State Parks, Horseback Riding and Mini Golf.
- West Chester, PA is home to the West Chester University of Pennsylvania and is located near many other attractions, including Valley Forge, the Marsh Creek State Park, and the Brandywine Battlefield and Museum. Other activities include bus trip excursions sponsored by the city, ski trips, a dozen parks for recreational use, and seasonal activities.
Retaining much of its earliest architecture, the Hays House earned a place on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. Glimpse the daily life families during the Federal period of American history or attend historically-themed events throughout the year.
Motorcycle riding instruction and track days are provided by the Absolute Cycle Experience. For track days, those who own their own bikes can take them out on an actual race track with the help of safety supervisors.
West Hunterdon Lanes is a family owned and operated bowling alley. The venue features a small video game arcade, pro shop, snack bar, and even a youth summer camp in addition to ten pin bowling lanes open to the public.
In 1941, the Millville Airport was declared America's First Defense Airport, and it now serves as the Millville Army Airfield Museum. Indoor exhibits look into the life and times of soldiers and pilots from World War II while outdoor displays look at the aircrafts.
The Liriodendron Foundation manages the Liriodendron mansion, which was built in 1898. It is available for special events, such as weddings, but there is also a museum and art exhibits that visitors can browse.