Historic Chadds Ford

1736 Creek Rd., Chadds Ford, PA 19317-9498 GET DIRECTIONS
Local: 610-388-7376
Fax: 610-388-7480
Originally Incorporated in 1684 as Birmingham Township, Chadds Ford hosted one of the deadliest battles of the Revolution, the September 11th, 1777, Battle of Brandywine (named for the river that runs through Chadds Ford). Apart from the Brandywine Battlefield Park and the Brandywine Battlefield National Historic Landmark, the town boasts six historic houses open to the public and Chadds Ford Days, an annual celebration of the Township's history. For modern pursuits, tour and taste at the Chaddsford Winery and the Smithbridge Winery, or visit the Chadds Ford Art Gallery, which specializes in reproductions of works by Andrew Wyeth and family, or the Brandywine River Museum, which has many of the Wyeths' original works.
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Facility Amenities: Bus Parking, Gift Shop, Guided Tours
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