Chadds Ford Days 2016
Chadds Ford Days began as a way to commemorate the Battle of Brandywine that was fought on September 11, 1777. This important battle played a pivotal role in shaping our nation's future. Although the battle was lost, it helped improve military tactics that resulted in winning the War for Independence and saving America.
As the years went by, the Chadds Ford Days festival grew to include over 60 of the region's finest craftsmen and colonial demonstrators, Revolutionary War reenactors, an array of culinary fare from local restaurants, brewers and vintners, antique cars, children's activities, live music, special exhibits, historic tours of the John Chads House and so much more.
Admission is $10 for adults 18 and older; free for children under 17. CFHS members are free with membership card. Dogs are welcome too!