History, Music, Tours & More at Chadds Ford Days
History, music, arts & crafts, food & spirits, tours and “Exhibit Thrills” all headline this year’s Chadds Ford Days Festival.
Since 1958 the Chadds Ford Historical Society has presented this exciting end-of-summer Colonial Celebration of the history of Chadds Ford Colonial Celebration of the history of the history of Chadds Ford with two days of Revolutionary re-enactors, period encampments, Colonial demonstrators, artisan booths and children’s activities that don’t involve electronic devices.
The arts and crafts are amazing and this year you’ll enjoy outstanding live Bluegrass music along with food, wine and craft beer vendors.
Tours of their historic John Chads House and Springhouse are free and available throughout the day. Stop in the Visitor Center to view their 2019 exhibit “Thrills, Hills and Spills: Lenape Park and Chadds Peak”. You and your family will have a historically good time! LOCATION: Barn Visitors Center, 1736 Creek Road. Admission $10 adults 18+, $5 for children 6-17, free for those under 6.