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Delaware County is located in Southeastern Pennsylvania, encompassing trendy downtown areas from Philadelphia International Airport to bustling waterfront towns along the Delaware River. It also includes prestigious Main Line Communities and the history-rich Brandywine countryside where thousands of visitors tour our battlefields, canoe on our rivers and visit nationally renowned museums and gardens. There are more than 3,000 acres of famous gardens, arboretums, and wildlife habitat. Enjoy active sports like sailing, canoeing and horseback riding, or visit our many theaters, museums, historic sites and art galleries. Music lovers will find choices from concert venues to jazz and blues clubs, supper clubs, high energy dance clubs, cozy piano bars, trendy pubs and brew houses that offer live bands on weekends. Shoppers will love exploring our unique mix quaint shopping villages and exciting upscale shopping complexes. The Court and Plaza at King of Prussia, one of the largest retail shopping complexes in the nation, is just 25 minutes away. Spanning nearly 185 square miles of prime real estate, Delaware County is easily accessible by way of highway transportation. The county has a mass transit system that benefits employers and employees alike. Along the southern borders are 14 miles of the Delaware River, spanning the communities of Tinicum, Eddystone, Chester, Trainer, Marcus Hook, and Lower Chichester. The Delaware River is second only to the Mississippi River in annual volume of goods transported. Some of the best meeting facilities on the East Coast are found in Delaware County. Finally the leadership of the county contributes to the success of the county's business and non-profit professionals. Delaware County's six fully accredited hospitals offer professional health care with top-notch physicians, up-to-the-minute diagnostic procedures and equipment, as well as a host of specialty and teaching hospitals and nursing affiliations. Delaware County has something for everyone; comfortable suburban living, new development, world class performing arts, the history of Philadelphia right around the corner, excitement of the region's four major professional sports teams, jogging trails to bike paths, streams and parks.

Welcome to the Delaware County, Pennsylvania website, your community on the Internet. Here you will find valuable information about Cecil County including coupons, restaurants, shopping, hotels, local businesses, parks, recreation, government, history, transportation, real estate, public services, dining, arts and entertainment, spas, salons, schools, sports, automotive, banking, shops, healthcare, relocation, travel, tourism, and vacations in Delaware County, Aldan, Aston, Boothwyn, Brookhaven, Broomall, Bryn Mawr, Chadds Ford, Chester, Chesterbrook, Cheyney, Clifton Heights, Concordville, Crum Lynne, Darby, Drexel Hill, Lansdowne, Eddystone, Edgemont, Elwyn, Essington, Folcroft, Folsom, Glen Mills, Gradyville, Havertown, Holmes, Lansdowne, Lenni, Lima, Linwood, Manoa, Marcus Hook, Media, Morton, Moylan, Newtown Square, Norwood, Ogden, Pilgrim Gardens, Primos, Prospect Park, Radnor, Rose Valley, Rutledge, Saint Davids, Secane, Sharon Hill, Springfield, Swarthmore, Thornton, Trainer, Upper Darby, Villanova, Wallingford, Wayne, Woodlyn and Yeadon. Places of interest in Delaware County include Academy of Natural Sciences, American Helicopter Museum, Barns-Brinton House, Brandywine Battlefield Park, King of Prussia, Brandywine River Museum, Delaware Art Museum, Hagley Museum, Paper Mill House Museum, Rockwood Park, Rose Tree Park, Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore, Taylor Memorial Arboretum, Philadelphia International Airport and the Delaware River.