Join us for a wide array of activities and events, all catered to our residents’ interests and personalities here at Freedom Village at Brandywine. Our activities are designed to challenge, inspire and connect our residents, in a way that is comfortable, exciting and fun for everyone. Whether it’s a new fitness class, greenhouse projects, creative writing groups, game nights or lunch outings, our residents love the variety of events we plan each week. We also encourage our residents to collaborate with us for future events, and suggestions are always welcome.
Stir up some friendly competition with a game of billiards, make music with the Village Singers, attend the latest cooking demonstration, or join in the current events discussion group. For every interest, we include opportunities to learn, be creative and make each day meaningful. We also enable you to continue doing what you love — convenient access for shopping trips, enjoying the local cuisine or seeing a recent movie. A few at-home favorites include:
Freedom Village at Brandywine has deep historic roots, most notably as the birthplace of our country’s revolution and as one of the original counties created by William Penn in 1682. Our history-loving residents love to learn about our unique home, and often explore the Brandywine River Museum and Valley Forge National Park, or drive along the Brandywine River.
For a relaxing and cultural evening, you can sip your way down the Brandywine Valley Wine Trail or see a show at The People’s Light and Theatre in Malvern. Don’t forget to explore the beautiful outdoors, with parks, trails and an abundance of mature trees to line your path. With Philadelphia just down the road, and New York City a short train-ride away, there are endless opportunities for you to explore the city, go sight-seeing and take an educational tour. A few local favorites include:
Natural beauty, history, art, antiques, mansions and gardens — they’re all in the Brandywine Valley, nestled in the rolling hills of Chester County. Here is where the DuPonts built their mansions, and where three generations of Wyeths have lived and painted.