Brandywine Treasure Trail Passports available now
The Brandywine Museums & Gardens Alliance announced the availability of the 2016 Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport. The Passport provides one-time admission to 11 of the Brandywine Valley’s most prestigious attractions from May 28 through Labor Day, September 5, 2016.
Participating attractions include the Brandywine River Museum of Art, Delaware Art Museum, Delaware Museum of Natural History, Hagley Museum and Library, Longwood Gardens, Mt. Cuba Center, Nemours Mansion & Gardens, Rockwood Museum and Park, The Delaware Contemporary and Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library. The Delaware History Museum is temporarily closed but the Read House & Garden in Historic New Castle is open to Passport holders.
Individual passports are $45 and family passports, good for two adults and up to three children ages 17 or younger, are only $95.00 representing a savings of up to $350.
The Delaware History Museum, including a major exhibition titled Delaware: One State, Many Stories and the new Center for African American Heritage, is expected to re-open on September 10, 2016. Passport holders will be allowed to tour the Delaware History Museum from September 10 through December 31, 2016.
The Passport is funded by the members of the Brandywine Museums & Gardens Alliance with the support of the Greater Wilmington Convention & Visitors Bureau. Passports can be purchased online at www.brandywinetreasures.org. Passports can also be obtained in person at the Greater Wilmington Convention & Visitors Bureau located at 100 West 10th Street, Ste. 20 in Downtown Wilmington or at any of the 11 BMGA attractions. Please call 800-489-6664 or email Info@VisitWilmingtonDE.com for more information.