- Our list of the best things to do in West Chester, Pennsylvania, features the top 275 nearby activities — including 117 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- West Chester, PA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 21 things to do within the city of West Chester, PA , followed by 254 popular activities in nearby cities, including Philadelphia, Wilmington, Newark, New Castle, Media, Norristown, Pottstown, Phoenixville, Wayne, Downingtown, Collegeville, Kennett Square, Malvern, Chadds Ford, King of Prussia, Hockessin, Valley Forge, Lansdale, Chester, Bear, Drexel Hill, Greenville, Wellsboro, Winterthur, Exton and Farmington
The Brandywine River Museum is a historic and American art complex, including an extensive collection with works by Andrew and Wyeth. Artworks are housed in a historic grist mill, and guided walking tours of the collection and adjacent farm introduce visitors to the site.
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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.
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.
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.
Owned by the skaters themselves, the Brandywine Roller Girls are the county's premiere all-female roller derby league. The league consists of skaters from age 18 through their 50s, and offers empowering entertainment.
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.
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.