Travel through the rolling hills of the Brandywine Valley National Scenic Byway with gorgeous historic estates, educational museums and beautiful gardens. The byway's national significance is attributed to the location's role during three centuries of American industrial history including water-powered mills and the Port of Wilmington.
Location: From Rodney Square in Wilmington traveling on Routes 52 and 100 to the Delaware-Pennsylvania State Line.
Length: 12.25 miles
Drive time: About an hour