Completed in October, 2018, the Marshallton Village Heritage Center is a window into the history of Marshallton, the Battle of Brandywine and also serves as the information center and kiosk for the surrounding area. Through static and interactive audio and video, see the Marshalltown landscape transformed from Native American hunting grounds to the most intact 18th century Chester County Village today.
Learn about the Battle of the Brandywine and how the largest battle of the Revolution came right to Marshallton's doorstep. Finally, for the wayfarer looking for a bed and breakfast restaurant, place to hike or more - our interactive information center can provide all of the information to get you there. The Heritage Center is located between the Marshallton Inn and Four Dogs Tavern.
It is operated by the Friends of Martin's Tavern.
Marshallton Village Heritage Center Opening
Was Thursday, October 18, 2018
Adjacent to the historic Marshalton Inn
1300 West Strasburg Road
West Chester, PA 19382
Remarks and ribbon cutting by State Senator Andy Dinniman
State Representative Eric Roe
And Chester County Commissioners
Michelle Kichline, Kathi Cozzone and Terence Farrell