West Chester is a borough in Chester County, Pennsylvania with a population of more than 18,000 people. A quiet charming community, you'll find a plenty of historical attractions here, like the Brandywine Battlefield, Valley Forge, and lots of museums. The downtown is also listed on The National Registor of Historic Places and is nicknamed the “Athens of the West,” due to the large prevalence of Greek Revival architecture. You'll also find delicious restaurants, upscale shops, and interesting attractions. Plus, the region is home to the headquarters of companies, such as the QVC Headquarters and Studios, Mars Drinks, VWR International, Synthes, and Economy.com.
Nestled in the heart of the Brandywine Valley, you'll find small-town charm with the cosmopolitan tastes here. The Philadelphia Inquirer even called West Chester “one of the world's most perfect small towns.” If you'd like a relaxing place with a rich character, then come here to shop, dine, or learn.