Non-Golfers: Chester County

For the Non- Golfers on Saturday: Take Advantage of Other Brandywine River Valley Attractions

Today's weather in Chester County:


Saturday morning/afternoon, October 15th: For those who are not golfing, you are on your own to explore local attractions. There are so many wonderful things to do in the vicinity of Mendenhall, and fall in Chester County is simply radiant. We guarantee you won’t be bored!

Here's a short list we've put together:

Some of you might enjoy spending the day wandering around Kennett Square (the mushroom capitol of the USA) or West Chester. They both have nice restaurants for lunch and are both famous for being very charming, quaint Chester County towns.

Kennett Square:

West Chester:

Annual Hagley Craft Fair- Hagley Museum- $5
Saturday, October 15, 2016 thru Sunday, October 16, 2016
The Hagley Craft Fair has the reputation as one of the finest craft fairs in the region. Craft artists from throughout the Mid-Atlantic region sell their work and demonstrate their skills.

Winterthur - Seniors- $18
Tickets may be purchased online or by phone. (Same-day online sales not available.)
Call 800.448.3883 or 302.888.4600

Brandywine Museum (Wyeth) - Seniors 65+ $10
Additional tour of studio & farm is an extra charge

Longwood Gardens - $17 for Seniors 62+
(Don't get too pooped if you decide to do this activity-- Longwood Gardens is a 4-5 hour walking experience.)
You need to reserve your tix in advance because Longwood Gardens has a timed entry policy.

Brandywine Valley Wine Trail
Some of the wineries in the area charge an admission fee-- especially if they are providing entertainment. (In October, wineries and tasting rooms along the trail will be highlighting art with a theme of Harvest in their tasting rooms. Culinary events and artisan food will be featured.)

Plenty of choices for Saturday!