Date: Saturday, October 4, 2014
Location: Northeastern Quadrant of Chester County
Benefits: The Women's Auxiliary's "Great Expecations" Pledge for Chester County Hospital
The 74th Annual Chester County Day House Tour is the oldest house tour in the nation. On October 4th we invite you to visit old and interesting houses, gardens and historic landmarks in the Northeast Section of Chester County from Charlestown to Chester Springs, near Kimberton and Phoenixville and up to the Pottstown area.
This year, you will experience Chester County's finest examples of original, reclaimed, restored, new and historically significant homes. While you are enjoying "The Day," you will also be supporting Chester County Hospital in its ongoing mission to bring world-class care close to home. If you love architecture, artistry and antiques, you won't want to miss this premier house tour.
Be a VIP
Make your "Day" extra special with a VIP ticket. Your $100 VIP donation gives you exclusive benefits. Enjoy wine and hors d'oeuvres at the private preview lecture on Sunday, September 28. Your VIP ticket also includes your pass to see the homes on this year's tour and an exclusive tour of Tutto Sorrissi estate in Malvern with a complementary elegant picnic lunch prepared by Chef Cindy McClure. For more information or to purchase a VIP ticket, please email TGavin@cchosp.com
For more than 120 years, Chester County Hospital - a part of Penn Medicine - has been delivering excellence in Women's and Children's Health. With the only Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in the county and doctors from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia's CHOP Newborn Care program, we have the clinical team and technology you trust with your family's health.
The Women's Auxiliary to Chester County Hospital pledges $500,000 to furnish the new Mother and Baby Pavilion, opening in May 2014, with 24 private rooms on the second floor of the Lasko Tower. When you deliver at Chester County Hospital you can expect privacy and enjoy the comfort of knowing you have the expertise of Penn Medicine and CHOP to welcome the newest member of your family.
Last Updated: 7/29/2014