Opening for the season on November 25, Bernard’s Tree Farm is a family tradition for many. Each tree costs $50, and the farm is cash-only.
121 Barneston Rd, Honey Brook, (610) 942-4454
Owners Jim and Paula are excited to once again open their farm to families searching for their tree starting on November 25. Norway, white spruce, blue spruce and fir varieties are available, and saws and twine for cutting down your tree are provided. Dogs can even tag along on a leash.
1093 N Grange Ave, Collegeville, (484) 902-0148
If Santa had a Pennsylvania outpost, this spot might be it. Located in Cochranville, this 35-acre farm offers a selection of Douglas firs and spruce trees, which families can cut and take home starting after Thanksgiving. It also boasts a Christmas shop full of collectibles, decorations, gifts and more, making it a great one-stop shop for all your holiday needs.
351 Pusey Mill Rd, Cochranville, (610) 358-4933
At this Collegeville farm, you can opt to cut down your tree or choose from a selection of pre-cut options. Christmas ornaments are also available for sale, all made locally or sourced fair trade. Need a larger tree? The farm’s second location at 3934 Mill Road will be open on December 3, 4, 10 and 11 for you to make your pick.
797 Bridge Rd, Collegeville, (610) 715-4640
Get into the Christmas spirit at this Montgomery County farm with everything from trees, wreaths and greens to classes on crafting custom Christmas décor. Cut down your own tree or choose from pre-cut selections.
A variety of cut-your-own and pre-cut trees are available at this Media favorite. Santa and his elves will be onsite, and you’ll also find plenty of decorations, gifts and baked goods.
137 W Knowlton Rd, Media, (610) 876-7116
Pick up your pre-cut Fraser fir at this Chester County location or find larger varieties over 15 feet tall available to saw down. Opening day is November 25, and the farm accepts payment by cash, check, credit card or Venmo. Hot chocolate and wagon rides make for a fun family outing, and your dog is welcome on a leash.
301 Marsh Rd, Elverson, (610) 996-8733
Located near the Maryland border, this tree farm opens on November 25 to offer three varieties of firs that can be cut down or selected from pre-cut options. Old Stone utilizes its own fresh greens to craft holiday décor, so make sure you stop in the gift shop before taking your tree home.
959 Chesterville Rd, Lewisville, (484) 798-8413
Situated on 55 acres, this West Chester farm offers Douglas fir, blue spruce, hemlock and white pine varieties. Warm up with hot chocolate or enjoy a hayride on the weekends.
1480 Hall Rd, West Chester, (610) 269-1034
Nestled in the hills of St. Peter’s Village, Westlake Tree Farms makes it easy for visitors to find the perfect Canaan or Fraser fir to take home. Stop by the Christmas Barn to select ornaments for your tree and visit with Santa.
2421 N Hill Camp Rd, Pottstown, (800) 564-8733
Find your tree at the West Chester farm location and pre-cut lot or head to the second location in Cochranville. On November 27, December 4 and December 11, Wiggins Christmas Trees will partner with the West Chester Railroad to offer a 30-minute train ride to the farm, where visitors can select a tree and have it loaded back onto the train for the return trip.
2176 Gap Newport Pke, Cochranville; 1257 Westtown Thornton Rd, West Chester; 1301 West Chester Pke, West Chester; (610) 344-7822
Stroll through the farm or hop on a hayride to cut down your tree. Pre-cut selections are available in addition to greenery and custom decorated wreaths. Make sure to enjoy the fresh-baked goods, apple cider and fine chocolates before heading home to decorate.
1015 Pikesprings Rd, Phoenixville, (610) 935-8244