27 Aug Village at Windermere – Fall’s Finest Free Activities in West Chester
Fall is around the corner, and there are plenty of activities you can enjoy in West Chester, PA while staying at the luxurious Village at Windermere, which is located close to these attractions. The picturesque town of West Chester exudes a perfect blend of bustling neighborhoods and energetic vibes, from plentiful eateries to fun museums. Here are some enjoyable activities to do while in West Chester:
The American Helicopter Museum and Educational Center
Built as a tribute to the rotary-winged aircraft, this premier aviation museum is dedicated solely to aircraft and helicopters. Helicopter rides are available to the public once a month, and celebrations are held annually on special occasions. The museum attracts approximately 35,000 visitors yearly and displays 35 aircraft in addition to the educational displays.
Hike through the natural trails of the Okehocking Preserve loop and relax in a serene setting. Accessible throughout the year, this preserve features a lake and calming scenery, sure to make you forget all your worries.
What’s better than fruit picking with your family in the expansive orchards? You can visit the numerous family-owned and operated apple orchards and enjoy a sunny afternoon with your loved ones. Various fruits like apples, strawberries, peaches, and pumpkins are available as a Pick-Your-Own option. Some of the most visited farms include Highland Orchards and Barnard’s Orchards.
Traveling around West Chester would be incomplete without a trip to the corn mazes. Celebrate an amazing time with your family and friends while navigating through the twists and turns of the mazes as you use the map or hidden clues to find your way out. Most corn maze fields also feature pumpkin patches, hayrides, and fruit picking.
Driving Around the Town
The fall season is perfect for a scenic drive around the town. While admiring the beautiful changing colors and fall foliage, explore the local markets and streets of this quaint town. Admiring the beautiful peak foliage colors of the season is a must-do for all travelers.
Sandy Hollow Heritage Park
The battle of Brandywine 1777 was fought in Sandy Hollow Heritage Park. This place signifies the passive recreation of the war and reflects the loss of numerous British and American soldiers. You can walk along the long pedestrian path of the garden to learn about the sacrifices from the past through the boards.Situated in proximity to most tourist attractions and favorite locations, the Village at Windermere in West Chester, PA, offers one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments for rent with flexible lease terms. So enjoy fall’s finest activities in West Chester and then come home to luxury at Windermere.
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