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The Christian C. Sanderson Museum

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The Christian C. Sanderson Museum

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1755 Creek Rd, Chadds Ford, PA 19317-9497
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Jacqui I wrote a review Dec 2019
29 contributions6 helpful votes
There is something for everyone in this tiny out of the way museum a few steps from Hanks Diner and the Brandywine river museum. Civil war/WWI & II buffs will love the historical artifacts. If you like the Wyeths, there are ORIGINALS here because Mr. Sanderson was friends with the family.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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dee-you08 wrote a review Nov 2019
Garrison, NY81 contributions52 helpful votes
My husband and I are history buffs and small museums are our favorite sources. While Mr. Sanderson was clearly a hoarder, he also amassed a treasure trove of items depicting local and US history. After his death, everything was carefully sorted and became the house museum it is today. There is something for everyone's taste. Don't miss it.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Chene2008 wrote a review Nov 2016
New Jersey16 contributions6 helpful votes
We went to this museum because the ratings seemed pretty good. After listening to a way too long introduction by the curator, we ventured around. Talk about a bunch of junk! A match stick that lit a birthday candle.... a lock of hair. I guess some people get into this stuff, but we were just not impressed. Not to mention the curator didn't give us change for our $20. I guess we made a donation to a museum that we normally would not have donated to.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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338ellenp wrote a review Aug 2016
Woodbury, NJ30 contributions25 helpful votes
This looked like 'just a house' and we didn't expect to see much. But my husband and I were blown away by the collections! This place is jam packed to the brim with memorabilia, cool stuff, historical stuff, civil war stuff, music stuff, art stuff, I can't even describe it all. Christian Sanderson was an amazing man! Treat yourself and go! There was so much there we have to go back and look some more!
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Lee W wrote a review Aug 2016
Downingtown, Pennsylvania1 contribution3 helpful votes
Took the kids today for Summer Stories and was reminded of how much I love this place! A must see for anyone who is interested in Chester County history in general and the Wyeths specifically. Many original Wyeths and amazing artifacts.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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