Subject: Ten Attractions in Greater Wilmington, Delaware Combine to Offer Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport Promotion
Contact: Lyn Lewis
Director of Communications
Greater Wilmington Convention & Visitors Bureau
Save big when you visit Greater Wilmington, Delaware & Brandywine Valley this summer. Ten area attractions have combined to offer the Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport Promotion. The Passport Promotion includes a Brandywine Treasure Trail Map and one-time admission to each of the participating attractions. Passport prices are $35 for individuals and $75 for families, which includes 2 adults and up to 3 children. The Passport is good from May 31 through September 6, 2010. Tickets can be purchased at any one of the ten members of the Brandywine Museums & Gardens Alliance. Beginning May 31st, tickets may also be purchased on-line at the Greater Wilmington Convention & Visitors Bureau's website, www.visitwilmingtonde.com.
Members of the Brandywine Museums & Gardens Alliance include:
- Brandywine River Museum
- Delaware Art Museum
- The Delaware Contemporary
- Delaware History Museum and George Read II House & Gardens
- Delaware Museum of Natural History
- Hagley Museum and Library
- Longwood Gardens
- Mt. Cuba Center, Inc.
- Rockwood Park and Mansion
- Winterthur Museum & Country Estate
Meg Marcozzi, president of the Brandywine Museums & Cultural Alliance, noted that the Passport Program was introduced last year to promote the area's rich cultural attractions. When speaking about last year's experience, Marcozzi said "...we had an exceptional turnout during the Treasure Trail offer. People are eager to visit the remarkable venues in our region. This year, we have expanded the offer to last all summer long." More information about the Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport Program and the related hotel package offered by Hilton Wilmington/Christiana is available at: www.brandywinetreasures.org/.