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Feel Winter's Warmth —Stay the Night

TWO WOOD BURNING FIREPLACES !

Now through March 24, 2019, stay the night and have the time to see all the sites. We are participating in The Chester County event,  Feel Winter's Warmth —With each confirmed overnight stay at the Pennsbury Inn you are eligible to receive a “Winter's Warmth” gift bag featuring discounts, including:
  • $20 Visa Gift Card
  •  Free wine tasting for two at Chaddsford Winery (Across the highway from the inn
  • Two passes to QVC Studio Tour (Tip: Leave time to shop for discounted items at the Studio Store!)
  •   VIP Shopping Pass to King of Prussia Mall (Tip: Clothing and Shoes are tax-free in PA!)
  • Complimentary drink at Terrain Devon Yard Café
  •    Artisan Exchange $5 gift card and commemorative mug

Offer expires March 24, 2019
Call us for Details 610-388-1435

"Some" Two Night Stays = Free Longwood Gardens Tickets!

Stay Two Nights In the Historic Pennsbury Inn, Sun - Thur. and receive two free Longwood Gardens Tickets

Any Stay on Fri. and Sat = 50% discounted UNTIMED tickets.
The tickets are good any day or any time Except Special Events
Reservations must be made directly with the Pennsbury Inn - Online or Call 610-388-1435
Come see the FAMOUS BLUE POPPIES and THE ORCHID FESTIVAL 

Orchid Extravaganza Connect with Nature at its Most Serene Experience the peaceful beauty of winter—inside and out.

Embrace the warmth of a lush sanctuary filled with thousands of vibrant, artfully presented orchids. Lavish Cymbidium dramatically spill from basins, grand Phalaenopsis float overhead, and tiny orchid species make a big impact, among other show-stopping arrangements. 
Step outside into a world of stillness, solace, and subtlety. Take a quiet stroll through our outdoor gardens and reflect amid the solitude. 
On View Now–March 24, 2019 

WINSLOW HOMER: PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE ART OF PAINTING On view through February 17

This exhibit examines the roles photography played in Homer’s evolving artistic practice. To Homer, paintings had the potential to make a subject more clearly understood than sight and photography could complement and expand his desire to accurately depict what he saw.
On view thru Feb. 17