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This and Birmingham park are the actual sites of the Brandywine battlefield.
Sandy hollow has a nice view overlooking a portion of the battlefield. It's a quite a lovely view.
Also there's a nice mile long recently paved walking jogging loop.
The festivities of the re-enactment of the Battle of Brandywine at Sandy Hollow 2017 was a lot of fun. The reenacters take it very seriously but are very friendly. It was like stepping back in time! Highlights were the three young people who performed songs...More
The Battle of the Brandywine, September 11, 1777, was the largest land battle of the American Revolution, stretching from Longwood to Dilworthtown south of West Chester. The battle was basically an outflanking movement with the final bloody meeting between Washington and Howe, here at the...More
What's not to like? This land was part of the Battle of the Brandywine during the American Revolutionary War. It is a pastoral piece of land that looks very "Chester County, Pennsylvania" (i.e., it might have made a nice Andrew Wyeth painting). The center is...More
Part of the geography of the Battle of the Brandywine. I had understood that this ground couldn't be built upon as there were revolutionary soldiers buried there. It is now a preserved park with a great walking trail. It is worth a drive to get...More
Interesting perspective on the Battle of Brandywine. Vast open area with historical overtones. Now used primarily as a walking path for the locals. Several plaques and historical landmarks depicting battle of September 11, 1777 (Revolutionary War).