Welcome to the historic Brandywine Valley
HISTORY • ART • MUSEUMS • GARDENS • COUNTRY CASUAL HOSPITALITY
The historic Brandywine Valley is nestled amidst the rolling hills of southern Chester County, Pennsylvania, where the Battle of Brandywine was fought and northern New Castle County, Delaware, where the paper was milled for the Declaration of Independence and America's first currency. Here is where the duPonts made their fortunes and built their mansions and where three generations of Wyeths have lived and painted the landscapes and people of Chadds Ford. Come explore the Brandywine Valley... Wyeth Country. Discover our natural beauty, our history, our art, antiques, mansions and gardens and our unique brand of country casual hospitality. We invite you to visit and be charmed.

Accommodations
We have listed all accommodation options conveniently located to all of the Brandywine Valley's popular attractions.

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Restaurants
Enjoy world class cuisine and local favorites, prepared by skilled chef's and served in historic inns and taverns, classic bistros, brew pubs and more. Enjoy our variety, and our country casual hospitality.

 
Attractions
See what you can see at Longwood Gardens, Winterthur, Hagley Museum, the Nemours Mansion, Historic New Castle, Delaware, The Delaware Art Museum, Brandywine River Museum... all of our world class, one-of-a-kind attractions.

Events
Our calendar lists the Brandywine Valley's popular annual events. See what's on and when so you can plan your visit accordingly.


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