Duration: Three days and two nights
Enjoy a trip as picturesque outside the museums and galleries as it is within. As you amble along the roads of the Philadelphia countryside, you'll get to know some of Pennsylvania's own artists in their home state. See a world-class collection of Pennsylvania Impressionist paintings. Watch ceramists make decorative tiles. Experience three generations of Wyeths. It's a breathtaking journey that will give you a greater appreciation for the artists of the area as well as the area that inspired them.
After a long day of taking everything in, it's time to take in some delicious grub as well. Stop in Marsha Brown's to get a sampling of some Creole flavors right in the heart of New Hope. Like an extension of her own family dining room, Marsha Brown's offers the authentic taste and charm of New Orleans.Read More >
At the Landing Restaurant you can enjoy your delicious meal by the fireside in the cooler months, or next to the river during the warmer months. With its seasonal menu and spectacular views, this restaurant offers its guests a memorable, and delicious, experience.Read More >
The perfect place to unwind and gear up for another art-filled adventure, the Golden Plough Inn is situated right in the middle of Peddler's Village in Lahaska. The Inn is surrounded by specialty shops, restaurants and the Giggleberry Fair family entertainment center. So there's no shortage of things to do and see at any time.Read More >
The Pineapple Hill Inn is so named because in the 1700s when this inn was built, it was customary to place a pineapple on your front porch to indicate to friends and neighbors that you’re welcoming guests. Once part of a hundred-acre farm, this inn has six guest rooms and three suites, all decorated and furnished with period antiques, artwork and more.Read More >
Who doesn't deserve a delicious treat after all that hard-earned perusing? So pull over in Phoenixville at this local BYOB set in an 18th Century house believed to be the original four corners of the town. It is also believed to have been a stop for the Underground Railroad. So drop by for a little history and some fresh-baked brioche.Read More >
This BYOB in Phoenixville is the perfect spot for a truly creative and enchanting meal. Walk through the French doors, sit under the gorgeous tin ceiling and taste the delectable award winning bistro crab cakes or duck gyoza dumplings. Looking over this extensive menu, you’ll have a difficult time deciding what to get. But don’t worry – anything you choose will be absolutely delicious.Read More >
Tucked away in the countryside, this English-style inn offers its guests a romantic and charming stay. Named one of the Top 10 Bed & Breakfasts in PA by Heartland Trails, you’ll be sure to enjoy your stay in one of the elegantly decorated rooms.Read More >
Built in 1890, this beautiful Victorian inn provides a classic and peaceful stay for its guests. Just blocks from downtown Wayne, guests can explore the history of the town before retiring to one of the five comfortable rooms, and falling asleep on a king-sized bed.Read More >
Round out the day with a few courses in West Chester's Dilworthtown Inn. The inn itself dates back to 1754 when James Dilworth built it as additional space for his large family. His son Charles applied for a tavern license in 1780 and opened up his doors to guests with a warm, inviting atmosphere that's still very much present today. Its unique gas lamps and roaring fireplaces make it the perfect spot for those who have spent the past few days appreciating the finer details.Read More >
The Shops of New Hope
With art and hand-crafted pieces, accessories, bakeries, bicycles, books, children's goods, clothes, fine crafts, florists, food, games, gifts, hardware, home décor, jewelry and specialty shops, you won't leave New Hope wanting anything.
In Lahaska - also home to the Golden Plough Inn - you'll discover a haven for the professional credit card swipers and window shopper alike. With 42 acres of brick pathways and 70 specialty shops, the colonial style village has something for everyone.
Longwood Gardens, a jewel situated near the Philadelphia and Lancaster regions, is a place of unparalleled beauty. Offering a new experience every day of the year, Longwood presents one-of-a-kind events, wonderful concerts, and delicious fine and casual cuisine in breathtaking settings. Often referred to as the world's premier horticultural showplace, Longwood Garden's 1,050 acres of natural woodlands, majestic gardens, opulent conservatories and dancing fountains are open every day of the year.