Brandywine Valley: The Informed Traveler's Guide Museums, gardens, mansions, historic sites, wineries, and art galleries
Outoor activities and family fun
Hotels, bed-and-breakfasts, and restaurants
The Brandywine Valley, west of Philadelphia, where southeastern Pennsylvania meets northern Delaware, is an increasingly popular tourist destination offering a wide variety of attractions. This full-color insider's guide covers the region's rich history, natural beauty, and cultural diversity. Information on things to do, places to stay, where to eat, and special events make this an essential companion for anyone visiting the area.
About the Author:
Chadds Ford, Kennett Square, West Chester, Wilmington
Sharon Hernes Silverman lives in West Chester, Pennsylvania, in the heart of the Brandywine Valley. She is the author of several hundred travel articles and seven books, including Pennsylvania Snacks and Daniel Boone Homestead: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide.
"Sharon Hernes Silverman holds the Brandywine Valley in the palm of her hand. She's plumbed the history, the art, the shops, the kitchens, and most impressive of all, the beautiful spaces that make the place so special." --Howard Shapiro, Philadelphia Inquirer
"Silverman?s volume provides an intelligent, useful guide to the area?s attractions.? -- Publishers Weekly
256 pages, 117 color photos, 6 maps