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Princeton Tour Company offers many tours to share local folklore about the Princeton community, including its famous citizens like Albert Einstein, T.S. Elion, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Robert Oppenheimer, and many U.S. Presidents. The company also offers step-on guides for bus tours.
Since 1882, the Princeton University Art Museum has been collecting works of art from throughout the world. That collection now includes over 72,000 works including Greek and Roman antiquities, Medieval and Western European sculptures and paintings, Renaissance art, and Chinese calligraphy.
85% 61 votes
700 Folly Hill Road, Kennett Square, PA MoreLess Info
Galer Estate Vineyard & Winery produces a variety of award-winning wines, available to taste in the Tasting Room, with open-air decks in the summer, and heated in the winter. Special events include monthly food pairing evenings with Country Butcher.
58% 12 votes
879 E. Baltimore Pike #B, Kennett Square, PA 19348 MoreLess Info
Paradocx Vineyards Wine Shop & Cafe is a family owned vineyard and wine shop nestled in the rolling hills of Chester County. The wine shop offers a wide selection of their homegrown grapes, including a selection of white, red, sweet and rose varietals.
Treat your family to a scenic, 34-mile excursion on Tioga Central Railroad and experience the charm and relaxation of a train ride. Featuring special events and themed-charters throughout the year plan your excursion today.
Wilmington & Western Railroad is the first railroad to be included in the National register of Historic Places. Opened as a tourist attraction in 1966, this 1870 railroad uses steam engines to transport children of all ages back in time, for all occasions, whether for romantic evenings or special celebrations.
Since 1746, students have received their education at Princeton University, originally known as the College of New Jersey. Princeton, an Ivy League school, has the largest university endowment in the world.