Publications about Downtown West Chester
To receive any of the 'free on request' publications, please e-mail us.
West Chester Downtown Guide
The flagship brochure for downtown West Chester that provides an overview of shopping, dining, and history. 16-panels, full-color, 19-pictures, map. Free on request.
The Brandywine Traveler
A curated travel guide highlighting the not-to-be-missed attractions in the Brandywine Valley. 16-pages. Free on request.
West Chester Fig
Hyper-local and stylish, the publication highlights the shopping of downtown West Chester. Published four-times a year. Free on request.
West Chester, Six Walking Tours
A guidebook by Bruce Mowday with photography by Rick Davis. This book captures all of the picturesque Pennsylvania charm and history of West Chester and takes the reader to over 75 sites within this historic borough. $19.95 soft cover, 8½ by 11; Schiffer Books 2006; 128 pages. 152 full-color photographs and maps. Foreword by Mayor Dick Yoder and Introduction by Malcolm Johnstone.
Brandywine Valley: The Informed Traveler's Guide
A guidebook by travel writer Sharon Hernes Silverman and published by Stackpole Books. It is an authoritative guide to this rich region of Pennsylvania. 256-pages, full-color, 120-photos, 6-maps.
Design Guidelines for the West Chester Historic District
An award winning book presented by the West Chester Historical & Architectural Review Board and prepared by Frens & Frens. 75-pages, 2-color, multiple pictures and sketches, map. $10.
The Lincoln Building
This brochure describes the historic importance of the Lincoln Building where, in 1860, Abraham Lincoln published his first biography to launch his bid for the presidency. Includes the text of that document. Published by the Chester County Community Foundation. 6-panels, 2-color, 2-pictures. Free on request.