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Address: 690 Sugartown Rd, Malvern, PA 19355
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+1 610-640-2667
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Along Sugartown Road in Malvern stands the remarkably intact 19th-century...

Along Sugartown Road in Malvern stands the remarkably intact 19th-century village of Sugartown. In the early 1800s, Sugartown's residents established a school, general store and businesses, creating a vibrant crossroads. Through the preservation efforts of Historic Sugartown, Inc., visitors now experience how people came together to conduct business, exchange news, and live as a community.

                   

                   

                   

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Small little village with lots of history behind it. Really enjoyed walking around seeing the older buildings

Reviewed February 8, 2017
Cindy S
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Reviewed February 8, 2017

Small little village with lots of history behind it. Really enjoyed walking around seeing the older buildings

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Thank Cindy S
Raleigh N C
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Reviewed September 4, 2016 via mobile

Beautiful scenery On drive to Sugartown. The tour guide is very nice and informative. The buildings are a definite photo op but most are now either private residents or rented out The general store is very realistic and the book bindery is wonderful Very small fee enjoyable

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Thank Ellen E
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed July 17, 2016

We saw this town on Trip Advisor and decided to go. It's a very small historic town that has all the charm of yesteryear. Our tour guide "Alicia" was very knowledgable and fun to be with. We learned they have several events throughout the year and plan on returning for some of them. They have a Facebook page that shows... More 

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Thank MaryAnn P
Malvern, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reviewed February 10, 2016

We were here around Halloween for a spooky historical tour. It was not scary so that was nice, it was all true anecdotes and generally a fun tour. Tea and cookies served at the end. What fun!

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Thank Heather G
Philadelphia
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Reviewed February 3, 2016

If you live in the rolling hills of Willistown, you appreciate the open spaces and the feeling that time hasn't changed much. The intersection of Boot Road and Sugartown Road was once a vibrant little town; a tiny little center of commerce, education, and society called Sugartown. And it remains that today. An achingly preserved general store and Centennial houses... More 

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Ramsey, New Jersey
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Reviewed October 14, 2015

It looked nice, small. very friendly, they were closed that day but still let the kids wander around. We will go back.

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Kennett Square, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed September 5, 2015

Historic sugartown has been meticilously restored, The tour was engaging, the carriage museum exhibits rare and early collections of carriages and sleighs in partnership with the CC historical society. The little town is amazing and not to be missed.

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Thank Katherine V
West Chester, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed May 19, 2015

This is a very beautiful area..Chester County at its finest! Right in the center of Radnor Hunt Country.

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Thank sfseltzer
PA
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Reviewed May 4, 2015

For a very small free, you can tour some remarkable restored structures that were once a vibrant village in the 1800s. A lovey carriage and sleigh museum, general store, home, bank barn, absolutely amazing book bindery. We almost passed this by, and I am so glad we did not.

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Reviewed December 22, 2014

Sugartown’s early residents created a vibrant crossroads that provided goods and services to its surrounding farming community. Through the preservation efforts of Historic Sugartown, Inc., visitors are offered a window into American life in an early 19th-century rural crossroads village by experiencing how people came together to conduct business, exchange news, and shared their lives as a community. There are... More 

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