Frequently Asked Questions

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Are there restrictions at any of the Passport attractions?

Are there any black out dates?

How many admissions does the Family Passport include?

How many visits to each attraction are included with a Passport?

Can I purchase a Passport in person?

 

Q. Are there restrictions at any of the 12 attractions?
A.
Restrictions vary based on the individual attraction. Please see below for specific details. All information is subject to change. If in question, please contact the attraction directly.

Brandywine River Museum of Art
The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport is valid for General Admission to the Museum.  It does not include historic property tours, which can be added for an additional $8.00 per person per tour.  Advanced reservations for historic property tours are highly recommended as space and availability are limited.  In addition, the Passport is not valid to the Antiques Show, May 26-28, 2018.  For more information, please call 610-388-8326 or visit BRANDYWINE.ORG.  (5 & under free)

Delaware Art Museum
The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport may be used for General Admission to the Museum. Specially ticketed events, programs and performances require the purchase of an event ticket and are not included as part of the Passport. For specific event inquiries please call 302-571-9590 or toll free 866-232-3714 or visit DELART.ORG.  Closed on Monday and Tuesday.  (5 & under free)

Delaware History Museum
The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport is valid for General Admission to the Delaware History Museum, including the new Mitchell Center for African American Heritage.  Both are located in Downtown Wilmington.  The Passport is also valid for general admission to the Read House and Gardens located in New Castle, Delaware.  For specific questions please call 302-655-7161 or visit DEHISTORY.ORG.  (2 & under free)

Delaware Museum of Natural History
The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport is not valid during $3.00 Thursdays in August.  It is not applicable for special events and may not be used with other coupons or promotions. For specific questions please call 302-658-9111 or visit DELMNH.ORG.  (12 Months & under free)

Hagley Museum and Library
The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport may be used for General Daily Admission to Hagley Museum. Many activities and programs, such as Bike and Hike and Science Saturdays are included.  Specially ticketed events such as "Fireworks at Hagley" are not included as part of the Passport.  For specific event inquiries and questions please call 302-658-2400 or visit HAGLEY.ORG.  (5 & under free)

Longwood Gardens
The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport may be used for daily Gardens Admission without the need for a timed entry ticket.  Specially tickeded events such as Fireworks and Fountain Shows, Wine & Jazz Festival, concerts and dining events require the purchase of an event ticket and are not included in the Passport.  Our Gardens close early on May 26, June 2, July 21, August 11 and September 1.  For specific event inquiries please call 610-388-1000 or visit LONGWOODGARDENS.ORG.  (4 & under free)

Mt. Cuba Center
The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport may be used Wednesday – Sunday (10 am – 4 pm) for general admission. For specific questions please call 302-239-4244 or visit MtCubaCenter.org.  (5 & under free)

Nemours Estate
Closed on Monday.  No restrictions at this time.  For specific questions please call 800-651-6912 or visit NEMOURSMANSION.ORG.  (4 & under free)

Read House and Gardens
The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport is valid for General Admission to the Read House & Gardens.  The Read House is open Wednesday-Friday, 11am - 4pm, Saturday, 10am - 4pm and Sunday, 11am - 4pm. For specific questions please call 302-322-8411 or visit DEHISTORY.ORG.  (9 & under free)

Rockwood Museum & Park
The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport is not valid for admission to Rockwood Museum & Park during the Ice Cream Festival on June 23 and June 24.  For specific questions please call 302-761-4340 or visit NCCDE.ORG.  (6 & under free)

The Delaware Contemporary
Closed Monday. No restrictions at this time. For specific questions, operating hours, and special programming please call 302-656-6466 or visit DECONTEMPORARY.ORG.  (children free)

Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport is valid for General Admission which includes the Introductory House Tour plus Gardens, Garden Tram, Galleries and Campbell Collection of Soup Tureens.  A one-hour Reserved Tour can be added for an additional $10 per person; the two-hour Reserved Tour is an additional $20 per person.  Advanced reservations for Reserved Tours are highly recommended as space and availability are limited.  For specific questions please call 800-448-3883 or visit WINTERTHUR.ORG.  (2 & under free)

 

Q. Are there any blackout dates?
A. The Passport is not valid on certain dates due to special events. Please see these events below.

Blackout Dates

The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport is not valid for entry to the following events:

Old Fashioned Ice Cream Festival
Rockwood Park and Museum
June 23-24, 2018

Antiques Show
Brandywine River Museum of Art
May 26-28, 2018

 

Q. How many admissions does the Family Passport include?
A. A Family Passport provides admission for two adults, age 18 or older, and up to three children, age 17 or younger.

Q. How many visits to each attraction are included with a Passport?
A. The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport provides entry to each of the 12 attractions one time between May 28 and September 3, 2018. Once an attraction has been visited, the Passport is no longer valid at that location.

Q. Can I purchase a Passport in person?
A.
Yes. Passports may be purchased in person at any of the 12 Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport Attractions.