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Chadds Ford Historical Society, Barn Visitors Center, and Historic Sites [PA]

The Society maintains the Barn Visitors Center, as well as three 18th-century historic sites: the 1725 John Chads House, the John Chads Springhouse, and the 1720s Barns-Brinton House.

The society offers educational programs, lectures, research library access, and occasional recreational and educational events; the Center offers exhibits; the John Chads House offers tours; the Barns-Brinton House offers tours.