THINGS TO DO

After riding the train, take a stroll along the Wilmington Riverfront, tour a restored mill, walk through acres of historic gardens or learn the origins of the du Pont family. The Greater Wilmington area, along with the nearby Brandywine Valley, offers a variety of fun, family-friendly attractions which are all a short drive from the station.

BRANDYWINE VALLEY WINE TRAIL

The Wine Trail highlights six different wineries throughout Pennsylvania's beautiful Brandywine Valley.

BRANDYWINE ZOO

"Delaware's Zoo" is home to 150 animals on 13 landscaped acres along the Brandywine River in beautiful Brandywine Park.

   1001 North Park Drive | Wilmington, DE 19802
   302.571.7747
   www.brandywinezoo.org

DELAWARE CHILDREN'S MUSEUM

The museum's interactive exhibits will stimulate your child's mind and engage them in the fields of science, technology, engineering, math and the arts. The museum is located in the heart of the popular Wilmington Riverfront.

   550 Justison Street | Wilmington, DE 19801
   302.654.2340
   www.delawarechildrensmuseum.org

DELAWARE MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

The museum features permanent displays of dinosaurs, birds, mammals and shells, along with three traveling exhibitions throughout the year.

   4840 Kennett Pike | Wilmington, DE 19807
   302.658.9111
   www.delmnh.org

GREENBANK MILLS AND PHILIPS FARM

Visit the lone survivor of the rich milling history of the Red Clay Valley and gain an understanding of the industrial, agricultural and social history of our ancestors. The Mill is located across the street from the Wilmingon & Western.

   500 Greenbank Road | Wilmington, DE 19808
   302.999.9001
   www.greenbankmill.org

HAGLEY MUSEUM

Over 230 acres of trees and gardens surround the first du Pont family home in America. A variety of exhibits and
events are offered throughout the year.

   200 Hagley Creek Road | Wilmington, DE 19807
   302.658.2400
   www.hagley.org

HISTORIC OLD NEW CASTLE

Explore the cobblestone streets of the first capital of the First State. Among the historic buildings in this little town are three museums of the New Castle Historical Society, which will take you back through three centuries of the town's history.

   30 Market Street | New Castle, DE 19720
   302.322.2794
   www.newcastlehistory.org

LONGWOOD GARDENS

Walk through 1,000+ acres of display gardens & meadows. Longwood also offers performing arts events, flower shows & gardening demonstrations throughout the year.

   1001 Longwood Road | Kennett Square, PA 19348
   610.388.1000
   www.longwoodgardens.org

WINTERTHUR

The former home of Henry Francis du Pont features rare collections of antiques & Americana, plus 979 acres of estate gardens.

   5105 Kennett Pike | Wilmington, DE 19735
   800.448.3883
   www.winterthur.org

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