- The list below includes 180 free or cheap things to do in or near Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, including 103 different types of inexpensive activities like Family Fun Center, Gardens, National & State Parks and Food Tours.
- From Longwood Gardens to Anson B Nixon Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Kennett Square and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wilmington, Newark, West Chester and New Castle.
La Verona Restaurant 114 State Street, Kennett Square, PA MoreLess Info
Homemade ravioli, fresh fish fillets, and thick cuts of meat in sweet wine reduction sauces to pair with expansive wine and cocktail menu
A variety of guided tours introduce visitors to the history and horticulture of the Longwood Gardens. Spread over 1000 acres, the conservatory area alone houses 20 different gardens, including the Orchid House, Camellia House, and Italian Water Garden.
Taste Kennett Food Tours offers a unique experience for tourists and locals looking to taste the town. The tour company takes guests on a three hour tasting tour, sampling the best of what Kennett Square eateries have to offer.
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1081 Wawaset Road, Kennett Square, PA 19348 MoreLess Info
Marlborough Valley Corn Maize features a corn maze, hay rides, hay bales to jump around on, a corn box and corn shooter. They also provide farm animals for petting and feeding and offer a haunted hay ride at night.
Devoted to protecting the Brandywine watershed's natural and cultural resources, Brandywine Conservancy the has fought to protect nearly 60000 acres of local land. The conservancy runs several community outreach and environmental education programs.
Located in Hockessin, Delaware, the Ashland Nature Center is dedicated to promoting nature appreciation and environmental conservation through wildlife education, school field trips, community presentations and other important events. Overnight lodging is available.
Mt. Cuba Center is a botanical garden that features a variety of native plants from the Piedmont region. The garden offers two hour docent led walking tours and features a picnic area where guests can bring their own food.