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Longwood Gardens, created by Pierre S. du Pont, offers horticulture displays on 1,050 acres. Don't miss the beautiful conservatory and fountains.
Henry Francis du Pont assembled a collection of early American antiques (1640-1860), which are displayed in 175 rooms of his country home.
Houses the premier collection of Wyeth family and Howard Pyle (School of Pyle) paintings..
See artifacts that bring life to the Battle of Brandywine, times in which it was fought, people, Washington's Headquarters, and Lafayette's Quarters. Also do the Driving Tour.
The Winery produces and sells to selected restaurants nationwide. As you tour the site, you can envision a charming country atmosphere, and explore the wonderful world of wine.
Nemours, a 300-acre country estate, was built by A. I. du Pont between 1909-1910, contains 102 rooms, and is a fine example of a modified Louis XVI French chateau.
Hagley is the site of the birthplace of the du Pont company and the first du Pont home in the new world.
Located on Rt. 100, the Chadds Ford Historical Society is a private nonprofit organization. It owns, operates, and maintains two 18th century restorations and hosts many events.
225 N. High Street, West Chester, PA 19380-2691 Phone: 610. 692.4800. See website for directions, hours, exhibits, etc.
The beautiful estate of Christine and Adolph Rosengarten was originally known for its majestic trees and verdant lawns. Today, the trees and lawns remain, but the focus is on plant combinations, containers, textures, and colors, often relying on foliage more than flowers.
The Sanderson Museum has a rich collection of objects relating to life in Chadds Ford beginning in colonial times, and an extensive collection of memorabilia representing the American experience. A hidden gem.
The Mt. Cuba Center is a non-profit horticultural institution in northern Delaware. Its nearly 600 acres are dedicated to the study, conservation, and appreciation of plants native to the Appalachian Piedmont Region. The woodland wildflower gardens are among the finest anywhere.
2301 Kentmere Parkway, Wilmington, DE
The heart of the Delaware Art Museum remains its outstanding collections of American art and illustration. The Museum's permanent collection is focused in four areas; Howard Pyle & American Illustration, British Pre-Raphaelite Art, John Sloan, and American Art, 1757 - Present.
Exhibit Highlights include: A visit to an African Waterhole, a Walk over the Great Barrier Reef; the Largest Bird Egg in the World, Extinct and Vanishing Birds.
The Barnes Foundation, 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA, established 1922 by Dr. Albert C. Barnes, to promote advancement of education and the appreciation of the fine arts. 215.278.7000.
Winterthur's village of 18th & 19th century houses, 23 miles south of Wilmington on Rt. 1, exit 136. 302-378-4069. Tues-Sun 1-4 pm. Closed Mon. $8 Accessed thru Winterthur link.
Experience new heights with Air Ventures experienced pilots, professional crew and state of the art balloons! Individual, couple and group rates are available on one hour flights daily. If viewing the Brandywine Valley by balloon excites you, check out our special package with Air Ventures.
42 The Strand in New Castle, DE. Built in 1801 by the son of one of Delaware's signers of the Declaration of Independence, the Read House exhibits the height of Federal grandeur.
Va La is one family devoted to the creation of wines from a tiny piece of land.
The university offers degrees in the arts and sciences, teacher training and certification, advanced study in medicine and law, and continuing education.
Minor League Baseball in Frawley Stadium on the Riverfront.
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