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Off the beaten path, down the narrow lane, and mere minutes away from the hustle and bustle of the city, the Brandywine Valley prides itself on being an oasis of genteel living along the I-95 corridor, with a pace, a history and a beauty all its own.

Whether you're coming to town for a long weekend, a week-long stay or just a night in the city, you'll find exciting things bursting to life in all parts of Wilmington, Delaware and the Brandywine Valley, from internationally renown museums and gardens to family-friendly attractions that will keep everyone entertained and moving. Explore the natural beauty of the Delaware River Valley by day, and enjoy a pint of locally crafted beer from one of the country's top brewing regions at the end of the day.

So stay and play, refresh and renew. When you visit us in the Brandywine Valley, you'll never run out of things to do.

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