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Wayne is an unincorporated community of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States of America. Wayne is also extended in the Radnor Township, Easttown Township and Tredyffrin Township, in Chester County and in Upper Merion Township, in Montgomery County. Wayne was settled by J. Henry Askin that initially named the city Louella, inspired by his daughters, Louisa and Ella. In present, the city is home to approximately 30,000 residents, living on an area of approximately 15 square miles. Notable present or former locals include baseball player Raul Ibanez, Canadian TV host Catherine Clark, footballer Larry Fitzgerald, opera singer Anna Moffo and tennis player Lisa Raymond. If you want to visit Wayne, read a little bit about its attractions.

Top Attractions within Wayne

Wayne Hotel is a historic hotel of the area. It was build in Wayne in 1906, in a Tudor Revival style, after the design made by Johnatan D. Langel. It is made by brick and stucco and bears false timbering. In the 1980s, the hotel was purchased by Staphen W. Bajus, which completely restored it and reopened it for guests.

Chanticleer Garden is a botanical garden located on a historical estate from Wayne. It is situated at 786 Church Road, in a beautiful area of the town. The botanical garden is open from April to October and you can visit it by paying a small entrance fee. The building was constructed in 1822, but the garden opened to visitors only in 1993. It is large and beautiful and is the home of amazing Asian woods, a pond, a woodland, a ruin and a teacup garden among many other attractions.

Georges is a stylish restaurant located in Wayne, where you can take advantage of the beautiful mixture of dishes with a global influence. The place has lovely decorations and the food is always fresh and hot, when brought to the table.

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