Unlock the Wonders of Brandywine Valley with One Passport to Adventure!

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WILMINGTON, DE — Imagine a passport that doesn’t just take you across borders but through time, art, and nature. The Brandywine Valley Treasure Trail Passport is exactly that—a magical key unlocking the doors to 12 of the region’s most cherished attractions. Available for purchase now, this passport is your ticket to a journey filled with discovery and delight, stretching from May 25 to October 31, 2024.

Offered by the Greater Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Treasure Trail Passport is designed for explorers of all ages. Whether you’re a lone adventurer thirsting for knowledge or a family eager to create memories, this passport caters to every need. Priced at an accessible $49 for individuals and $99 for families (two adults and up to three children under 17), the value packed within each passport is undeniable. Choose between digital and print formats for your convenience and embark on an unforgettable journey through the Brandywine Valley.

The attractions included in the passport are nothing short of spectacular, each offering a unique window into the heart and soul of the region:

  • Mt. Cuba Center: Step into a world where rare native plants paint a breathtaking landscape, crowned as the “Best Botanical Garden” by USA Today’s 10 Best Reader’s Choice Awards in 2020.
  • Nemours Estate: Marvel at the grandeur of this Versailles-inspired mansion, boasting the largest formal French gardens in North America.
  • Brandywine Museum of Art: Delve into the rich tapestry of American art, featuring works by the legendary Wyeth family.
  • Delaware Art Museum: Discover the largest collection of Pre-Raphaelite art outside Britain, alongside a treasure trove of American art and illustration.
  • The Delaware Contemporary: Engage with cutting-edge exhibitions and multimedia art that challenge and inspire.
  • Delaware History Museum & Mitchell Center for African American Heritage: Journey through Delaware’s storied past with captivating exhibits and artifacts.
  • Delaware Museum of Nature and Science: Unleash your inner scientist with exhibits on dinosaurs, astronomy, and ecosystems from around the globe.
  • Hagley Museum and Library: Explore the origins of the DuPont family and the innovation that shaped a nation.
  • Longwood Gardens: Wander through over 1,100 acres of botanical beauty, including the awe-inspiring Conservatory, valid through September 30, 2024.
  • Read House and Gardens: Experience history firsthand with a new interior tour of this National Historic Landmark.
  • Rockwood Park and Museum: Immerse yourself in the elegance of Gothic Revival architecture and English country estate charm.
  • Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library: Admire American decorative arts and stroll through 1,000 acres of enchanting grounds.
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With one use per attraction, the Treasure Trail Passport encourages visitors to pace their exploration, savoring each experience without rush. While some blackout dates may apply, the flexibility and breadth of this offer make it an unparalleled opportunity to engage with the cultural, historical, and natural richness of the Brandywine Valley.

Whether you’re a local rediscovering your roots or a traveler seeking new horizons, the Brandywine Valley Treasure Trail Passport is your gateway to a season filled with wonder. Don’t let this chance slip through your fingers—visit www.VisitWilmingtonDE.com today and start planning your adventure through the heart of Delaware and beyond.

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