Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport Provides Discounted Admission to 11 Gardens and Museums in the Brandywine Valley

The passport provides discounted, one-time admission at each of these eleven Brandywine Valley Museums and Gardens: the Brandywine River Museum, Delaware Art Museum, Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Delaware Historical Society & Read House, Delaware Museum of Natural History, Hagley Museum and Library, Longwood Gardens, Mt. Cuba Center, Nemours Mansion & Gardens, Rockwood Park & Museum, and Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library.

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11 attractions, 10 miles, 1 river

“We're are pleased that we were able to keep the Passport price the same as in 2012, saving families up to $380, and individuals up to $94," says Sara Teixido, Brandywine Valley Museums and Gardens Alliance chair.

Wilmington, Delaware (PRWEB) May 15, 2013

The Brandywine Museums & Gardens Alliance is entering year five of its annual Treasure Trail Passport Program, offering admission discounts to eleven Brandywine Valley attractions. The promotion is valid from Saturday, May 25, 2013 (the beginning of Memorial Day weekend) through Monday, September 2, 2013 (Labor Day). For just $35 per adult, or $75 for a family of two adults and up to three children, visitors receive a Brandywine Treasure Trail Map and a passport good for one-time admission at each of these eleven Brandywine Valley Museums and Gardens: the Brandywine River Museum, Delaware Art Museum, Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Delaware Historical Society & Read House, Delaware Museum of Natural History, Hagley Museum and Library, Longwood Gardens, Mt. Cuba Center, Nemours Mansion & Gardens, Rockwood Park & Museum, and Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library. The sites are all within a ten-mile radius centered near Wilmington, Delaware.

“We are pleased that we were able to keep the Passport price the same as in 2012, saving families up to $380, and individuals up to $94," says Sara Teixido, Alliance chair.

“Whether you’re looking for a creative gift, planning a summer getaway, or simply want to spend the summer enjoying the gems in your own backyard, this is a sweet deal,” Teixido adds. “And with all the gardens, museums, and historic sites conveniently clustered within a ten-mile radius, it’s easy for a traveler to visit all eleven sites in a week or even a long weekend.”

The passport program is funded, in part, by the Greater Wilmington Convention & Visitors Bureau. Media sponsorship is provided by Delaware Today and Main Line Today.

Passports are non-refundable and non-transferable. If lost or stolen, passports cannot be replaced. Valid for one general admission visit at each site. Passports are only valid May 25—September 2, 2013, regardless of purchase date. Not valid for special events or tours. Blackout dates and other restrictions apply; guests are encouraged to visit our website or call specific attractions for details. Reservations are required at Nemours Mansion & Gardens and at Mt. Cuba Center (closed August).

Passports are available now at http://www.brandywinetreasures.org and will be available May 25, 2013 at all eleven member sites and at the Greater Wilmington Convention & Visitors Bureau.

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About Us

The Brandywine Museums & Gardens Alliance promotes the art, culture, history, and beauty of the Brandywine Valley, and provides a central resource for journalists. For more information, visit http://www.brandywinetreasures.org or contact Sara Monserrat Teixido, 302-656-6466, ext. 7110, steixido(at)thedcca(dot)org.

Brandywine Museums & Gardens Alliance Members

Brandywine River Museum, U.S. Route 1, Chadds Ford, PA 19317; brandywinemuseum.org. Lora Englehart, 610-388-8337; lenglehart(at)brandywine(dot)org.

Delaware Art Museum, 2301 Kentmere Parkway, Wilmington, DE 19806; delart.org. Jessica Jenkins, 302-351-8515; jjenkins(at)delart(dot)org.

Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, 200 S. Madison St., Wilmington, DE 19801; thedcca.org. Sara Monserrat Teixido, 302-656-6466, x. 7110; steixido(at)thedcca(dot)org.

Delaware Historical Society (includes Delaware History Museum in Wilmington and George Read II House and Gardens in New Castle), 504 Market St., Wilmington, DE 19801;dehistory.org. MaryLynn Mack, 302-295-2390; MLMack(at)dehistory(dot)org.

Delaware Museum of Natural History, 4840 Kennett Pike, Delaware Route 52, Wilmington, DE 19807; delmnh.org. Daniel McCunney, 302-658-9111, dmccunney(at)delmnh(dot)org.

Hagley Museum and Library, DE Route 141, Wilmington, DE 19807; hagley.org. Meg Marcozzi, 302-658-2400, ext. 238; mmarcozzi(at)hagley(dot)org.

Longwood Gardens, U.S. Route 1 at PA Route 52, Kennett Square, PA 19348; longwoodgardens.org. Michelle Jennings, 610-388-5275; mjennings(at)longwoodgardens(dot)org.

Mt. Cuba Center, Inc., 3120 Barley Mill Road, Hockessin, DE 19707; mtcubacenter.org. Jeanette P. Zipf 302-239-4244 ext. 243; jzipf(at)mtcubacenter(dot)org.

Nemours Mansion & Gardens, Alapocas Drive and Powder Mill Road (DE Route 141), Wilmington, DE 19803; nemoursmansion.org. Steven Maurer, 302-651-6912, smaurer(at)nemours(dot)org.

Rockwood Park & Museum, 610 Shipley Rd., Wilmington, DE 19805; rockwood.org. Carey Corbin, 302-761-1722; ccorbin(at)nccde(dot)org.

Winterthur Museum & Country Estate, DE Route 52, Winterthur, DE 19735; winterthur.org. Liz Farrell, 302-888-4803; lfarrell(at)winterthur(dot)org.

Tourist Boards

Greater Wilmington Convention & Visitors Bureau, 100 West 10th St., Wilmington, DE 19801-1661; 302-652-4088. visitwilmingtonde.com.

Brandywine Conference & Visitors Bureau, One Beaver Valley Rd., Chadds Ford, PA 19317; 610-565-3679. brandywinecvb.org.

Chester County Conference & Visitors Bureau, 17 Wilmington Mews, Suite 400, West Chester, PA 19382; 610-719-1730. brandywinevalley.com.


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