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Brandywine Valley Orchards

1431 Faulk Road,   Wilmington, DE
302.478.4042

Farming at Highlands Orchard dates back to 1835. Today the orchard follows the USDA regulations for organic farming which makes for better tasting fruits and vegetables. You can't pick your own there, but you can by raspberries, peaches, tomatoes, sweet corn and apples.
Summer hours: April to November, Monday - Saturday 9AM-6PM. Closed Sundays.


1000 Marshalton-Thorndale Road,  West Chester, PA
610.269.3494

With over 200 acres of growing crops, there's always something going on the farm. They have their crops already picked for you in their Farm Market or you can Pick Your Own, Monday - Saturday 9-5, Sunday 10-5. Their Fall Festival events includes hayrides, weekends Sept. 20 - Halloween 12-5PM. They also offer fresh produce from neighbor farms in Chester and Lancaster counties.


137 W. Knowlton Road,   Media, PA
610.876.7116

Linvilla Orchards is a 300-acre farm that grows its own fresh fruits and vegetables that you can pick yourself (strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, peaches, apricots, plums, summer apples, fall apples, grapes, nectarines and pears) or purchase in our Farm Market. Their bakery features their own pies. Visit Pumpkinland, take a hayride through their fields and orchards, catch a big fish in Orchard Lake, cut your own Christmas Tree or play in our Playland Playground. Their festivals (see website for Special Events calendar) focus on their most popular crops and feature costumed characters, games, contests and music.


Glen Willow Orchards
1657 Glen Willow Road,  Avondale, PA 19311
610.268.8743


They grow 15 varieties of apples.


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