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The Brandywine Valley’s rolling hills wrap around the historic Brandywine Creek, which flows through southeastern Pennsylvania and northern Delaware, joining the Christina River at Wilmington. The area’s stunning beauty draws rave reviews from everyone who visits.
- Longwood Gardens, the Winterthur Museum and Country Estate, the Nemours Mansion and Gardens, Gibraltar and Goodstay gardens, and more
- The 17-century Kalmar Nyckel sailing ship, colonial New Castle, Underground Railroad sites, the Hagley Museum and Library, Wilmington’s Victorian Grand Opera House, the Historical Society of Delaware, the Brandywine Battlefield Park, and more
- Delaware Art Museum, Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Brandywine River Museum (Wyeth collection), the studio of sculptor André Harvey and more
- Wilmington’s Trolley Square, Concord and Christiana malls, Center City Wilmington, quaint boutiques and antique shops
- Brandywine Creek, the new Russell W. Peterson Urban Wildlife Refuge, centuries-old native stone buildings, picturesque countryside, and wooded by-ways