Brandywine Valley is one place to take your family this summer! A short ride from Virginia, you will be able to enjoy this great location for family fun! New this season is the Adventure Pass. For families, this saves time and money to Northern Delaware attractions that offer discounts on regular admission fees.
According to Jen Boes, executive director of the Bureau, said, “The pass lets you map your own path through the history, culture, and gardens of Greater Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley. You can select from as many participating attractions as you would like.”
Visitors can choose from a menu of 13 attractions. Some are also offering additional bonuses, in addition to discounted pricing, as part of the pass. Here is where you can visit!
You can visit
Brandywine River Museum of Art (in nearby Pennsylvania)
The Brandywine Zoo
Delaware Art Museum- Delaware Art Museum and the Delaware History Museum are both offering a 10 percent discount at their museum stores.
Delaware History Museum & Mitchell Center for African American Heritage
Hagley Museum and Library-Hagley Museum, Garden and Library is offering a complimentary watercolor print of Eleutherian Mills
Historic Odessa- Historic Houses of Odessa is offering pass users a complimentary drink (up to an $8 value) at Cantwell’s Tavern.
Marshall Steam Museum
Mt. Cuba Center
Read House and Gardens
Rockwood Museum and Park
Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library.
Buy The Pass
You can get the Brandywine Valley Adventure Pass from the Bureau’s website, www.VisitWilmingtonDE.com/BYO.
The pass’s all-digital format enables users to download it to their smartphones for easy use. Passes are valid from May 29 to October 31, 2021. Visits to individual attractions included on a pass do not have to occur on the same day. Passes are valid for general admission only and may not be used for special events. Check with the individual attractions for operating hours and details.
Visitors can also access hotel information and reservations from the Bureau’s website to round out their itineraries. Boes added that a number of Northern Delaware hotels are offering special rates, particularly for mid-week stays.
This is not a sponsored post. This post is written in collaboration with Greater Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau. Photo Credit: Greater Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau