Downingtown is a large borough of Chester County, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America. Downingtown was founded in the beginnings of the 18th century by English and European colonists, so the borough is a place filled with history and lot of old buildings can be admired through the town. Downingtown is famous even in popular culture. The movie The Blob, filmed in 1958 was filmed in the areas within Downingtown and the diner featured in the movie was a local one called Downingtown Diner; in present, the local still exists, but is named Chef's Diner. If you need some days of leisure and relaxation, Downingtown is the perfect place to achieve them.
Downingtown Country Club is an 18-hole regulation length golf course located in Downingtown in a great setting. If you are a golfer pro you can find at this country club great competition for you, if you are just a beginner you may benefit of some great lessons. If you plan to visit this place with your family, a very fun and entertaining thing for everyone would be to play mini golf. The Downingtown Country Club is also the host of great golfing competitions, so if you are lucky enough, maybe you will be able to witness one.
Downingtown Historical Society and Museum is a great place to learn about this borough's history. You can see memorabilia from the 18th century, when the borough was established and admire a great collection of vintage photographs.
The Oasis Family Fun Center is a place where you can spend wonderful time with all your family. Enjoy great hours or even a full day in this great place and nobody will get bored not even a bit. And on top of all the fun, everyone will bond and enjoy magical times in Downingtown.
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