A Chester County Tradition!
The longest running house tour in the United States is organized by the Women’s Auxiliary to Chester County Hospital. We cordially invite you to visit old and interesting homes, some new innovative ones, and gardens and historic landmarks in West Chester and the surrounding Northwestern countryside.
This year we join Chester County Hospital in celebrating its 125th anniversary by showcasing homes and landmarks in and around Marshall Square Park, where the original hospital once stood at its inception in 1892. Walk West Chester’s streets and alleys and enjoy the old patterned brick sidewalks and unique ambiance to visit locations of your choice. Guests are encouraged to visit as many homes as possible at their own pace. Stop at the park to enjoy a picnic lunch. Lunches are available for purchase or bring your own!
Continue the tour through the rolling hills of Chester County into “Ironmaster’s Country” to visit sprawling estates and learn more about how this small Northwest corner of the county played a vital role in the Revolutionary War.