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Pennsbury Inn
— Chadds Ford, PA
Originally built with Brandywine Blue Granite...  Read More
$140 - $235
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Chadds Ford Bed and Breakfast Inns

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Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania is a small, quaint township about 30 miles southwest of Philadelphia, most famously known as the home of the revered Wyeth family of artists. Plan a visit the Brandywine River Museum, to view one of the the largest Wyeth collections, along with other important American art and illustration. Or, plan an illuminating driving tour of the Brandywine Battlefied, a significant Revolutionary War site. Another experience not to be missed is a stop at the Chaddsford Winery, founded in 1982, and now recognized as the center of viticulture and wine production in Pennsylvania. Round out your trip with a visit to one of the many beautiful gardens in the area, particularly the Nemours Mansion & Gardens, or the serene Longwood Gardens. Whether a history buff, an art lover, or nature enthusiast, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania offers something for every one. By Pennsbury Inn.

NC Wyeth, best known for his illustrations for Treasure Island and other books, chose Chadds Ford, PA, in the Brandywine Valley, to raise his family. Though an accident causing his early death kept him from the pinnacle of success in his art career, every one of his children became artists in their own right. Andrew the most famous, and his son Jamie as well as other well-known artists, fill the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford, with an incredible collection of scenes of the Brandywine Valley and more. By Pennsbury Inn.

A full two weeks worth of attractions await you, starting with Longwood Gardens, Winterthur, the Brandywine River Museum and Nemours. History, Beauty and so much more!!! By Pennsbury Inn.

Chadds Ford has for many decades been known as the home of the Wyeth family of artists, N.C. Wyeth his son Andrew and grandson Jamie, being the most popular. Coming to Chadds Ford and not visiting the Brandywine River Museum, home of an outstanding collection of their collective works would be a big mistake. Tours of N.C.'s home and studio and the Kuerner Farm, the scene of hundreds of Andy's paintings, are available, all but the winter months. Be sure that your Chadds Ford trip is scheduled when Victoria Wyeth, Andy's granddaughter is doing her fascinating tours of two galleries of the museum as well. Of course the other famous family who resides in the Chadds Ford area is the DuPont family. Longwood Gardens, second only to the Liberty Bell as the most visited site in PA, is 1,000 acres of year round floral extravaganza. Chadds Ford's Winterthur Estate and Gardens, is a 200+ room, fully furnished, mansion with a 900-acre garden and Nemours, is often referred to as the Versailles of the US, considering that the mansion has 24 carat gold trim, here and there and the gardens were fashioned after Louis VI's little garden outside of Paris, it's a fairly apt description. The last gift of the DuPont family to the American people is the Hagley Museum, the original family mansion and Gunpowder works, where they first started to amass their fortune. Chadds Ford is also home to the first and largest Revolutionary War Battlefield; the Brandywine Battlefield, commemorating the first time the country was invaded by foreigners ironically on 9/11. These are just a few of the numerous attractions in the area. Chadds Ford is in the midst of the beautiful Brandywine Valley full of winding scenic roads, hiking trails, state and county parks, fishing streams, horseback riding (including Viking Horses), wineries, hot air ballooning and so much more. Chadds Ford, to be truly enjoyed fully, requires at least a week or multiple visits. By Pennsbury Inn.

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