There is a lot to do when you stay at Silverstone Bed and Breakfast in Chestnut Hill PA. If you want to visit the East Coast, a round trip train ticket to New York City costs only $27. Want to see more? Two hours in a train ~ and you are in Washington D.C.
There are also historic sites and attractions located within one hour from Silverstone B & B: Lancaster's Amish country, Chester County's Brandywine Museum (home of the Wyeth Paintings), Winterthur and Longwood Gardens, and Bucks County's antique shops and Famous Mercer Museum. After all this sightseeing, you can rest in our B & B. For more details on nearby attractions choose one of the links.
www.inphiladelphia.com As birthplace of the nation, Philadelphia has a wealth of history and culture. Comcast's web site has details of what's on; the arts, real estate, sports, entertainment and much more...
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www.chestnuthillpa.com Explore Chestnut Hill while you stay at Silverstone Bed & Breakfast. Our village atmosphere combined with urban sophistication creates a unique setting for shopping and sight-seeing.
Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Philadelphia Museum of Art is a source of delight, illumination and lifelong learning. Permanent collections, special exhibitions and holiday programs are just part of the experience.
Morris Arboretum. Thousands of rare woody plants including old, rare and large trees are set in a romantic 92 acre Victorian landscaped garden of winding paths, streams and special garden areas.
Amish Country. A journey into Amish country allows a glimpse into the lives of a strong people determined to preserve a unique way of life
Longwood Gardens. Longwood Gardens offers 1,050 acres of gardens, woodlands, and meadows with 20 outdoor gardens, 20 indoor heated greenhouses, 11,000 different types of plants and spectacular fountains. Longwood is open every day of the year and attracts more than 900,000 visitors annually.
The Bucks County Historical Society/Mercer & Fonthill Museums. The Bucks County Historical Society, located in Doylestown, is custodian to an extraordinary pre-industrial collection of historical artifacts ranging from Native American implements through to early American trade tools.
Brandywine Battlefield Historic Site. The Brandywine Battlefield Park brings alive the revolutionary war fought on September 11, 1777 between the Continental Army led by General George Washington and the British forces headed by General William Howe.
Air Mobility Command Museum. Located on the Dover Air Force base, the Air Mobility Command Museum in Delaware houses some of the most unique military flying machines of the past 50 years.
Winterthur, an American country estate. Winterthur houses the world's premier collection of American decorative arts from 1640 - 1860 showcased in period rooms and exhibition galleries, garden and library.
Valley Forge National Historical Park. The scene of the six month encampment of the Continental Army of the newly formed United States of America under the command of General George Washington. The Valley Forge Historical Society Museum has an unsurpassed collection of over 7,000 artifacts and offers visitors the opportunity to understand the value of the sacrifice made by the 12,000 men who camped.
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