Serving Visitors to the Historic Brandywine Valley, where Southeastern Chester County, PA meets Northern New Castle County, DE.
Brandywine Valley Bed & Breakfasts
Nearby Longwood Gardens, Winterthur, Brandywine River Museum, Hagley Museum, Nemours Mansion & Gardens and other area attractions

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Plan To Come Next Season
There are always so many things to do any season in the Brandywine Valley. If you are unable to come this season, why not plan on staying next season. Please read some of the highlights at our wonderful attractions below.


With fireplaces, glowing candles, cuddling together under a comforter…….  

It’s “Winter” in The Brandywine Valley.  
The Brandywine River Museum of Art (N.C., Andrew, & Jamie Wyeth and more) has Free Sunday Mornings every 1st Sunday of the month (except Memorial Day weekend) from 9:30 a.m. to noon, thru November

The Hagley Museum, the gunpowder works that began the DuPont empire, offers special reduced price packages January thru March with programs that concentrate on science for young and old.

Longwood Gardens begins its winter spectacular after Thanksgiving with truly amazing lights throughout the gardens. It then transforms to a lush oasis as thousands of orchids in the Conservatory from mid-January thru March. Check out the organ concerts, dance performances and Orkid Days for the kids, included with admission. You’ll want to know about Longwood’s ticketed concerts as well. On warmer winter days be sure to wander the over 1,ooo acres of grounds to see the Spring blooms peeking up.



Christmas at Hagley features dining room displays, heavily decorated Christmas trees, and family-owned objects not displayed at any other time of ... in the dining room, Victorian decorations and a table-top Christmas tree surrounded by toys in the upstairs parlor and library. Thanksgiving through New Year’s with Twilight tours of Eleutherian Mills (the original DuPont mansion) on limited Dec. evenings.

This is just the beginning of a plethora of incredible holiday treasures on display and inviting activities throughout the holiday season. Don’t delay. Call now to reserve your stay in the holiday-filled Brandywine Valley, Santa’s favorite stop in Pennsylvania.  

“Yuletide at Winterthur,” which is featured from about Thanksgiving through early January, showcases Christmas over more than a century, with the major rooms highlighting different decades of yuletide decorations and themes.

“Yuletide at Winterthur,” which is featured from about Thanksgiving through early January, showcases Christmas over more than a century, with the major rooms highlighting different decades of yuletide decorations and themes.
 

The Brandywine Valley truly has it all.