Hagley Museum & Library
Delaware Art Museum
Nemours
Winterthur
Mt Cuba

Frequently Asked Questions

Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

The passport is valid for General Admission at Winterthur, which includes the introductory house tour (plus Gardens, Garden Tram, Galleries, and Campbell Collection of Soup Tureens). It does not include Reserved Tours. A one-hour Reserved Tour can be added for an additional $12 per person; the 2-hour Reserved Tour is an additional $22 per person. Advanced reservations for Reserved Tours are highly recommended as space and availability are limited.

Nemours Mansion & Gardens

No restrictions at this time.

Longwood Gardens

The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport may be used for general daily admission to the Gardens without the need for a timed entry ticket. Specially ticketed events such as concerts and dining events require the purchase of an event ticket and are not included as part of the Passport. Those visiting with a Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport Wednesdays- Saturdays after August 3 will be able to purchase an upgrade for $7 per visitor (Adults and Students) if they wish to stay to view the Nightscape experience. Nightscape upgrades must be used on the day of the Passport visit to Longwood Gardens and can not be used at a later date or time. For specific event inquiries please call 610.388.1000.

Mt. Cuba Center

The Passport may be used Wednesday – Sunday (10 am – 4 pm) for general admission, which includes a garden highlights walk, offered at 11 am and 2 pm.  Complete visitor information is available at www.mtcubacenter.org.

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, Science Saturdays are included. Specially ticketed events such as "Fireworks at Hagley" are not included as part of the Passport. For specific event inquiries please call 302-658-2400.

Delaware History Museum

The Delaware Historical Society’s Delaware History Museum in Wilmington is temporarily closed while the major new exhibition, Delaware: One State, Many Stories, is installed. The exhibition is scheduled to open on September 10, 2016. The museum includes the new Center for African American Heritage! 2016 Passport holders will be able to tour the Delaware History Museum from September 10-December 31, 2016. For more information and questions about visiting the Delaware History Museum, please call 302-655-7161 or deinfo@dehistory.org.

Read House and Gardens

Your Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport may be used at the Delaware Historical Society’s Read House & Gardens, which is located in picturesque Historic New Castle, Delaware. Hours: Wednesday - Friday, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Sunday, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. For more information and questions about visiting the Read House, please call (302) 322-8411.

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 25-26, 2016

Antiques Show
Brandywine River Museum of Art
May 28-30, 2016

Brandywine Treasure Trail Family Passport

A Family Passport provides admission for two adults, age 18 or older, and up to three children, age 17 or younger.

Number of Visits per Passport

The Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport provides entry to each of the 11 attractions one time between May 28 and September 5, 2016. Once an attraction has been visited, the Passport is no longer valid at that location.