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Enjoy History and the Outdoors on a Bus Rental in Chester, Pennsylvania

Commodore Barry Bridge, Chester, Pennsylvania

Chester, Pennsylvania is a city located in Delaware County that is home to around 34,000 people. Get on a bus rental in Chester, Pennsylvania and tour the city today.

Chester has a prime location on the Delaware River. The city is between Philadelphia and Wilmington. You can get on a bus rental in Chester, Pennsylvania to visit these cities as well. Or you can just stay within city limits and check out its various attractions.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Harrah's Philadelphia Casino & Racetrack gives you 100,000 sq. ft. of gaming space that features around 2,900 slot machines and live table games. It also holds horse races at its own in-ship race track.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Watch the Philadelphia Union soccer team play its home games at the PPL Park. PPL Park was built with solely soccer in mind, and can seat 18,500 people for soccer games and more than 26,000 people for concerts.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Visit the site of the Chester Waterside Station of the Philadelphia Electric Company. The building has beaux-arts and neoclassical styles and is a former coal-fired power plant that is now awaiting reuse. Or you can check out the Delaware County National Bank. The historic bank building has a Renaissance architecture designed by Patrick A. Welsh.

Another historic place you should go to are the Old Main and Chemistry Building at Widener University. Old Main was built in the 1860s and the adjoining Chemistry Building was built about two decades after.

Most importantly, you should also go to the William Penn Landing Site, which is currently marked by a monument designed by John Struthers. This is where the founder of Pennsylvania first landed in the 1680s. Then you have the 1724 Chester Courthouse, which was built in the 1720s and was also used as the city hall after the 1850s.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Chester Park has 72 acres of space and is ideal for nature walks, biking, hiking, jogging, picnicking, and family events. You can also come here just to commune with nature. The park also features a roller rink, soccer fields, and tennis courts. You can also go to Ethel Waters Park, which is very near City Hall. You can admire the Chester River here, and it is also a great place for a wedding.

Washington Park has 13 acres of space and is ideal for those who have young children. The park is the site of several Halloween parties and Easter egg hunts, as well as play equipment and swings. Meanwhile, Barry Bridge Park has 7 acres of space and has the best viewing point if you want to admire the Commodore Barry Bridge. The park also features a plaza, a fishing pier, and several recreational facilities.

Further, you have the Memorial Park, with 21 acres of space that includes a swimming pool, walking track and tennis courts. Meanwhile, the Martin Luther King Park is the city's newest park. It features passive recreational features, landscaping and benches for your to rest on.

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