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Readers' Choice: Best Attraction in TE

Where do you take your guests to show off the best of Tredyffrin and Easttown?

When we have visitors or houseguests, we want to show them the best of where we live. Where do you take your visitors to show them the best Tredyffrin and Easttown have to offer?

Tell us what your favorite local attraction is: Is it , , , , or is it some place we haven't mentioned?Tell us in the comments section at the bottom of this article.

Vote in the poll below and don't forget to click on the links above and rate each place on its Patch Place listing. The poll will close at 9 a.m. on Friday.

Winners will be determined by a new set of rules. We've implemented a point system in which the actual votes here will account for 50 percent of the decision. How highly each business or location is rated on its Patch Place listing will account for the other half.

Also on TE Patch Friday:

Click on the links to read these stories:

*Surprising responses to some good news about Conestoga High School.

*What are you feeding your baby? Learn how to make it healthier yourself, and maybe even cheaper.

*It's the most expensive house on the market right now in TE and now you can go inside for a tour.

*Praise Your Mom, Win $500 from Patch. It's pretty much that simple.  (please click on the story for official rules and regulations)

* Is this the coolest coke machine ever? 1 Machine, 100 Drink Options,1 gigantic shopping attraction.

Margaret DePiano May 08, 2012 at 07:20 PM
Hilltop House in Devon--Easttown's hidden gem! Explore the possibilities for your next special occasion. Sit on the terrace steps and take in the views. Or, take a refreshing walk under the apple trees at Hilltop Park's walking path situated just below the house. Stop by, you'll be pleasantly surprised!
Mary in Paoli June 17, 2012 at 12:41 PM
The Wharton Esherick Museum atop Valley Forge Mountain- I've visited numerous times with young people (students), friends and senior citizens. Everyone has come away impressed with the hand-crafted art, furniture, and sculpture. An added bonus: visitors are encouraged to touch everything that is not fabric! Esherick believed that "nature does not make straight lines" but people should follow the straightest line possible to the door of this inviting treasure! Once you visit, you become a fan for life. Call ahead to schedule a tour with knowledgeable, friendly docents.

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