Historic Yellow Springs is a living village that spans almost 300 years of our nation’s history and is steeped in such distinguished tradition and folklore that it stirs the imagination of all who visit the property.
Lenape Indian settlements were followed by English and Welsh farmers and those traveling to “take the waters” that spring forth. The Yellow Springs Revolutionary War Hospital was built here supplying medicine and care for the Continental Army; the Civil War Pennsylvania Soldiers’ Orphan School occupied the village; the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts established its Country School here. Good News Productions opened studios to produce films including THE BLOB!
Today Historic Yellow Springs, a 140 acre historic site within Chester Springs in West Pikeland Township, is pleased to share, preserve and celebrate this unique place focusing on history, the arts, education and the environment. It enriches the lives of all who come here.
Come see the work of 208 painting, sculpture and ceramic artists exhibited in the Lincoln Galleries. All work is for sale.
Since 1939, members of the Philadelphia Unit of The Herb Society of America have held an annual plant sale.
Held rain or shine in Meadow at Yellow Springs.
Prepaid reservation required for lunch.
More in formation at www.hsaphiladelphia.org or contact email@example.com
The 20th season of Jazz at the Springs. Bring chairs, blankets, kids, friends, neighbors and friendly pets along with a picnic basket of food and drinks to sit back and relax and enjoy the music.
Check the our website for details.
Held on the lawn behind Chester Springs Studio. (The Washington if raining)
Join us for Chester County's summer strolls through history featuring the Revolutionary War's Philadelphia Campaign in Chester County.
Yellow Springs will be exploring "The remains of the Day" — a look at Revolutionary War burial sites in our surrounding community along with maps to direct you on a self-driving tour at your leisure.