Brandywine Valley Adventure Pass

If you're a fan of the annual Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport, then you're going to love the new Build Your Own Brandywine Adventure Pass.  With the Brandywine Valley Adventure Pass you can choose your own path through the history, culture and gardens of Greater Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley. Choose one attraction or choose them all and you’ll save on regular adult admission fees. All Brandywine Valley Adventure passes are valid from May 29 to October 31, 2021 (some exceptions may apply, see individual attractions for details). 

The most popular attractions in town,
at the best prices possible.


Choose from 13 Popular Attractions

History. Culture. Gardens.

Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley is like a riveting, romantic tale of two cultures, two centuries… even two different worlds.  Relive American history as you walk in the footsteps of William Penn and explore the historic town where he first stepped foot in the New World. Feel like you’ve stepped into a Downton Abbey episode as you visit Hagley Museum, Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library, and Nemours Estate – all part of the du Pont family legacy. And breath in thousands of acres of flowers, trees and plants when you explore gardens that are part of America’s Garden Capital.  Plus, see artwork from America’s first family of Art, the Wyeth’s, ride in an antique steam car, walk through a sculpture garden, and so much more.

Build Your Own Brandywine Valley Adventure Pass


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All passes are valid May 29, 2021 through October 31, 2021 (Some exceptions apply, see individual attractions for details). Tickets are valid for one use at each attraction. Attraction passes have no cash value and may not be returned, exchanged or refunded. No rain dates.  Effective May 21, 2021 all Delaware COVID-19 capacity restrictions will be lifted and the State of Delaware will lift its requirement that Delawareans and visitors must wear face coverings anytime they are indoors with others outside their household. Masks are still required indoors whenever posted by an individual business. Outdoors, Delawareans and visitors should follow masking guidance issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). For the latest information on the Coronavirus in Delaware please visit