• Brandywine Polo
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  • the field is 300yd x 180 yds.
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  • Beautiful and powerful animal (& rider)
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Brandywine Polo

5 reviews on TripAdvisor
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  • Darren R
    7/25/2016
    My family and I attended our first polo match after living in the area for 8 years. The adults were $10 and my kids (5 to 9 years old) were all free, so that was a nice surprise. You can bring chairs ... moreMy family and I attended our first polo match after living in the area for 8 years. The adults were $10 and my kids (5 to 9 years old) were all free, so that was a nice surprise. You can bring chairs and an awning or set up under a big tree like we did for an afternoon of watching the polo players.We didn't see a snack bar but most everyone brought a picnic lunch of some sort complete with cheese and wine, in many instances.The kids enjoying going out and stomping the divots between chukkas and going to meet the riders and polo ponies at the end.... less
  • SuzyInPA
    9/4/2015
    We lived in Chester County (this horse country west of Philadelphia) for 20 years before going to a polo match at Brandywine Polo last month. Mistake!! I wish we went early in our time here, and often... moreWe lived in Chester County (this horse country west of Philadelphia) for 20 years before going to a polo match at Brandywine Polo last month. Mistake!! I wish we went early in our time here, and often. So, don't wait, pack a picnic, chairs, bottle of favorite beverage, and a happy attitude. Enjoy the evening by the powerful ponys & talented riders. We're going back tonight (3 weeks later) with a dozen friends. It's a vacation type activity in our back yard for $10-15 per person (I think the price depends on music/no music on the agenda).... less
  • cheryl l
    6/12/2015
    Have been a regular tailgater for the last 14 years. A friendly upbeat atmosphere with locals and a few pros playing Friday Nights and Sunday afternoons. Matches may be field or arena games. Some F... moreHave been a regular tailgater for the last 14 years. A friendly upbeat atmosphere with locals and a few pros playing Friday Nights and Sunday afternoons. Matches may be field or arena games. Some Friday nights have had live music after the match. But check the website. Economical family fun. Bring a picnic and chairs; dogs on leashes welcome. Kids can bring a ball or a frisbee to amuse themselves.... less
  • kennam320
    7/8/2013
    We heard about this attraction from a neighbor and decided to buy tickets on line this past Friday evening and WOW what a treat! We got a great parking space and tailgated with some specialty food an... moreWe heard about this attraction from a neighbor and decided to buy tickets on line this past Friday evening and WOW what a treat! We got a great parking space and tailgated with some specialty food and wine we purchased previously. Our spot was just next to another couple who obviously go almost every Friday "Under the Stars", so this was key to figuring out the deal. We saw over 2 hours of polo on a breezy summer night. They explain it for you as well in the event you dont know much about the sport. Then, we were treated to a concert over at the pavillion. Everyone was relaxed and enjoying themselves, including us. They did sell food there and we bought some wine, which was a tad bit pricey. We will definitely go again! Very memorable evening for us. (And yes, some ladies, including me, wore hats!)... less