Known as the Mushroom Capital of the World, Kennett Square is famous for its mushroom farms. They are said to produce 60 percent of the mushrooms eaten in the United States. However, visitors and residents will find much more in this charming village of just over 6,000 people. The thriving town center features locally owned shops and restaurants, and many popular museums and attractions are within a short drive.
State Street is the heart of the borough’s shopping and dining activity.Taste Kennett Food Tours offers a three-hour culinary walking tour of downtown, during which visitors can visit six local eateries and two winery tasting rooms. Nearby Longwood Gardens is a popular cultural attraction, nature preserve, and horticulture school encompassing more than 1,077 acres of woodlands and meadows.
Chadds Ford residents enjoy rolling hills and an expansive, tree-lined view juxtaposed with a thriving suburban community. History buffs have a lot to be thankful for in Chadds Ford. The Chadds Ford Historical Society puts on events throughout the year, and historic home museums are open for tours on Saturdays. Chadds Ford Days is an annual event that commemorates the 1777 Battle of Brandywine. The celebration features war reenactments, live music, tours, and Colonial demonstrations. The Brandywine River Museum of Art features area artists throughout several eras and even has an artists-in-residence program.
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