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- Some great shoes but not in all sizes. Hit or miss if you find the perfect shoe. Comfortable place to try on shoes. Average salespeople, not too helpful.Written September 15, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Goddard Park provides family recreation regardless of the weather or season. Even with the mist and clound today, this green space was beautiful, with dewdrops sparkling on the clover. Paved paths are ideal for cycling, hiking, and jogging. Even the dogs have their own section. Parking is plentiful. A community garden is underway for the coming season and has rain catchment and composting facilities. A very pleasant outing.Written April 29, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- What a beautiful setting for family time...and dog too. Pet friendly... Wife found winery on "Bring Fido .com". Wines are excellent. Had live music provided. Just a nice way to spend a lazy Saturday afternoon to decompress from "the grind."Written May 25, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Built upon the brow of a gentle hill in Chester County's West Marlborough Township, Primitive Hall is a handsome manor house which stands today much as it did when it was constructed by Joseph Pennock in 1738. The house dominates a tract of land more modest than the 1,250 acres of which it was the focus nearly 250 years ago, but the quiet countryside of farms and rolling fields is even today an appropriate setting for this sturdy structure.
The Hall, now owned by the Primitive Hall Foundation, a non-profit organization whose Board of Trustees comprises descendants of Joseph Pennock, is a huge house of generous proportions. But it is simple in its plan.Written January 13, 2016
- Tours are offered 1 Saturday each month. There is no charge, but you need to make a reservation since space is limited. Fascinating process involved in producing these delicious, organic mushrooms. Our guide was Jerry, and his family has been involved with producing mushrooms in Pennsylvania since 1919. The Kennett Square and Brandywine Valley area of Pennsylvania is a major mushroom growing region. His on-site tour was informative, interesting and friendly. We got to see the whole growing process by touring 4 different buildings where the current crop was at varying stages of growth. Our tour was about an hour and a half. Wear good walking shoes because you are standing or on the move during that time period. Not recommended for small children. Great experience for people interested in food, farming, the environment or the economy. Very informative tour topped off by being able to pick some super fresh, tasty mushrooms for our own enjoyment !!Written June 23, 2018
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