WOW ! Such A Deal ! Wilmington and Brandywine Valley Delaware Passport

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Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport Program Provides Discounted Admission to Eleven Spectacular Attractions in Greater Wilmington, DEL

Once again this year 2013 The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport provides significant savings for both visitors and residents.  Eleven attractions in the Greater Wilmington Area have combined to form the Brandywine Museums & Gardens Alliance and are offering the Passport Program once again in 2013.  The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport provides one-time admission to each of the eleven spectacular attractions at a substantially discounted rate.  Passport prices are $35.00 for an individual adult and $75.00 for a family which covers two adults and three children.  That represents a potential savings of almost $100 for an individual and $300 for a family.  Passports are good from May 25 through September 2 and can be purchased at any of the eleven participating attractions.  Passports can also be ordered on line via the Greater Wilmington Convention & Visitors Bureau website, www.VisitWilmingtonDE.com/passport.Members of the Brandywine Museums & Gardens Alliance include:
. Brandywine River Museum, www.brandywinemuseum.org

Winterthur

Winterthur

. DelawareArt Museum, www.delart.org. Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, www.thedcca.org

. Delaware Historical Society (includes DelawareHistoryMuseum and George Read II    House and Gardens in Historic New Castle), www.dehistory.org

. Delaware Museum of Natural History, www.delmnh.org

. HagleyMuseum and Library, www.hagley.org

The Hagley Museum and Gardens

The Hagley Museum and Gardens

Rockwood House and Gardens

Rockwood House and Gardens

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Beautiful !

Beautiful !

LongwoodGardens, www.longwoodgardens.org

. Mt. Cuba Center, Inc., www.mtcubacenter.org

. Nemours Mansion & Garden, www.nemoursmansion.org

. RockwoodPark and Mansion, www.rockwood.org

. WinterthurMuseum, Garden & Library, www.winterthur.org

Alliance Chair Sara Teixido says: “This is a unique opportunity for our out-of-town guests to visit the amazing gardens, museums and historic sites conveniently clustered in the BrandywineValley and for our local friends and neighbors to enjoy the gems in their own backyard.”  Several area hotels and restaurants are also offering special discounts and Amtrak is extending a 30% companion fare discount.  For complete details, go to www.VisitWilmingtonDE.com/passport or call the Wilmington Convention & Visitors Bureau at (800) 489-6664.

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