Brandywine River Museum
Exhibiting American art in a 19th-century grist mill, the Brandywine River Museum is internationally known for its unparalleled collection of works by three generations of Wyeths and its fine collection of American illustration, still life and landscape painting.
Delaware Art Museum
The Delaware Art Museum unveiled its historic renovation and expansion on June 26, 2005. The distinguished collections comprised of 12,000 works of art, focus on American Art of the 19th through the 21st centuries and English Pre-Raphaelite art of the mid-19th century.
Delaware History Center
The Delaware History Center combines nostalgic memorabilia, priceless artifacts, art, and re-creations that you can touch, hear, see and feel.
Delaware Museum of Natural History
At the Delaware Museum of Natural History, visitors can travel back 150 million years and stand awed before two Chinese dinosaur skeletons. Then, they can return to modern times to stare into the fearsome eyes of the Great Horned Owl, found throughout Delaware today.
George Read II House
In historic New Castle, Delaware, soft breezes move from the river past the cobblestone streets and through the village green on their way to the stately Read House & Gardens
Grand Opera House
The Grand presents in excess of 100 performances, which range from full symphony orchestras, dance and opera to stand-up comedians, jazz, world culture, events, and programs for young people.
Discover 240 acres of history along the banks of the Brandywine River at Hagley, the original duPont mills, estate, and gardens. Hagley provides a unique glimpse into American life at home and at work in the 19th century.
Longwood Gardens encompass 1,050 acres of gardens, 20 indoor gardens, 4 acres of greenhouses, and spectacular illuminated fountains. Longwood also hosts 800 special events a year including flower shows, gardening courses and demonstrations, concerts and recitals, and even fireworks.
Nemours Mansion & Garden
Nemours, the town in France represented by Pierre Samuel duPont as a member of the Estates General in 1789, was chosen by Alfred I. duPont as the name for his beautiful 300-acre country estate north of Wilmington, Delaware.
A visit to Rockwood is a trip back to Victorian-era America, with its unique Rural Gothic architecture, six acres of elegant gardens and collection of English, Continental and American decorative arts from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries.
Winterthur Museum & Country Estate
See the museum's magnificent collection of American antiques celebrating the best in style and craftsmanship. Delight your senses with a walk through the glorious 60-acre garden and surrounding landscape of hills, waterways, and rolling meadows.
Wilmington & Western Railroad
All aboard the Wilmington & Western Railroad! We have a seat waiting for you, and from that seat, you'll see the past as never before. History will come alive, senses will be excited, and a forgotten era will be re-lived (and we think you'll have a little fun along the way)!