Those growing tired of the hustle and bustle of the city can head west to Chester County to enjoy the delightful charms of its small towns, according to a report from Curbed Philadelphia.
For example, Downingtown is ideal for antique lovers with plenty of shops that offer hours of enjoyment.
Kennett Square, the Mushroom Capital of the World, boasts Longwood Gardens, where visitors can meander all day with more to see tomorrow.
Situated along French Creek, St. Peter’s Village still has the original charm of a 19th-century industrial village. On the National Register of Historic Places, it offers visitors hiking paths and artisan shops.
Meanwhile, Phoenixville is a great spot for movie lovers. It’s home to the Colonial Theater featured in the cult classic The Blob, which is celebrated annually with its quirky Blobfest.
Finally, West Chester offers visitors a popular restaurant, retail, and arts scene.
Read more about Curbed Philadelphia’s 22 Small Towns Near Philly You Need to Visit Right Now here.