4 South New Middletown Road
Media, PA 19063
Phone: (610) 565-5800
Fax: (610) 565-7748
4 South New Middletown Road, Media, PA, US, 19063
- Phone: (610) 565-5800
- Fax: (610) 565-7748
This 122-acre park includes rolling hills, wood land, picnic areas, a nature trail, former steeplechase area and a gazebo. Rose Tree Park is host to several special concert events each year.
A 300-acre farm dedicated to agriculture, entertainment and education, Linvilla Orchards grows fresh fruits and vegetables that you can pick or buy at the Fresh Market. Linvilla Orchards is also host to several special events each year, including the Raspberry Festival, Sweet Corn & Blackberry Festival, Christmas Around The Farm & Christmas Open House and the Johnny Appleseed Arts & Crafts Show.
During the fall and the winter, visitors love coming to Arasapha Farm for either the haunted hayrides or the winter holiday hayride. Located on 80 acres (32 hectares) of property, Arasapha Farm is a working farm owned and operated by the Bates family. Today, the farm is well-known for raising sheep and wild birds.
Commissioned by John Crozer, a prominent industrialist, the Crozer Theological Seminary began as a school. The American Civil War was saw the building taking on the role of a war hospital and later, in 1868, the Crozer family established the Crozer Theological Seminary in its place. Between 1868 to 1970 it served as the Alma mater to some of the most important individuals in America, like Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. After the seminary moved to Rochester, New York, the building was directed to accommodate medical offices and is now affiliated with Crozer-Chester Medical Center.
This unusually-designed bridge spans the county line between Delaware and Chester Counties over Crum Creek. The last remaining covered bridge in the Delaware County, what is unique about this bridge is its slanted plank portals. Using the Burr-truss design, this historic bridge was constructed using local wood. Bartram Bridge played a huge role since its construction in serving the agricultural needs of the public by providing them with an efficient solution to cross the many streams that pass through the region. The bridge was closed in 1941 but remains a historical symbol of the late 18th Century.
The Hood Octagonal School is a one room school that is actually octagonal in shape. Placed in the National Register of Historic Places, the structures is carefully preserved and during certain period of the year, the ex-students gather here to recreate the school atmosphere way back in the 1850s era. Visitors can also be a part of this heritage celebrations of the school.
The William Penn Landing Site is the place where William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania first landed. The site is marked by a granite monument and has been added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971.
Robinson House is a historic building which used to be a guest house. Built it 1654, it is located at the Naaman's Corner. After ceasing to work as a guest house, it began operation as a home to the Naamans Tea House. Presently, it houses the Claymont Historical Society, the Naamans Heritage Association and the Darley Society. Even after centuries of its establishment, it continues to stand tall and strong on its ground.
Tour the center or explore the nature trails between 10a.m. and 5p.m. and enjoy natural and cultual history exhibits that are on display as well.
A lovely unincorporated settlement in the Willstown Township of Chester county, Pennsylvania, Sugartown Historic District contains 14 buildings. The area, named after Eli Shugart, comprises of blacksmiths, cabinetmaker, general stores, shoemakers, saddlers and doctors. This Malvern community plays an important role in providing services and goods to the nearby farm communities.
The St. David's Episcopal Church is a quaint little church built in 1715. Encompassing an area of 1 acre (0.40 hectare), it has been functional ever since its birth. Regular services and religions ceremonies are conducted at the church even today.
The Eden Cemetery is a monumental African-American cemetery and is sited in Collingdale, Delaware County in Pennsylvania. It boasts of being the oldest cemetery in the entire United States that is African-American owned. It was established on June 20, 1902. It comprises of 23 sections and provides for burial practices, foundation and memorials. Occupying great historic importance, the cemetery site is listed on the distinguished National Register of Historic Places since 2010.