Chester County Announces 30th Annual Town Tours & Village Walks Program

Posted May 23, 2024

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Chester County Commissioners Josh Maxwell, Marian Moskowitz and Eric Roe are pleased to announce details of the 2024 Town Tours & Village Walks program, kicking-off at the Chester County History Center in West Chester on Thursday evening, June 6.

Celebrating its 30th year, the Chester County Town Tours & Village Walks program is a highly anticipated series that attracts residents and visitors from around the area. The free events feature Chester County's cultural heritage through a series of engaging lectures and evening strolls. The nine different programs, held weekly in communities throughout Chester County, continue through August 15.

In addition to celebrating the 30th anniversary of the program, the June 6 kick-off event will focus on the Borough of West Chester's 225th anniversary, highlighting its evolution from Quaker village to the vibrant community it is today. Doors at the Chester County History Center will open at 5:00 p.m. for registration, with the program beginning promptly at 5:30 p.m., followed by the walking tours.

Additional 2024 Town Tours & Village Walk programs take place in the following Chester County communities:

All Town Tours & Village Walks events are free to attend. Each tour begins at 5:30 p.m. and lasts approximately 50 minutes, with the last tour leaving at 7:00 p.m.

Preregistration is not required for any of the Town Tours & Village Walks events in the 2024 season, and those interested in attending should go to the advertised starting point of the tour to register onsite.

View full details on the 2024 Town Tours & Village Walks program.

The Town Tours & Village Walks program is made possible through a partnership between the Chester County Board of Commissioners, the Chester County Planning Commission, the Chester County History Center, the Chester County Historic Preservation Network, Chester County Tourism, and many dedicated volunteers.