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Explore Delaware With the Brandywine Valley Adventure Pass

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Delaware residents can experience local attractions, museums and more at a discounted rate with the Brandywine Valley Adventure Pass.

This summer Delawareans can experience all that the First State has to offer with a new build-your-own adventure pass to Northern Delaware attractions.

The Brandywine Valley Adventure Pass, created by the Greater Wilmington Convention and Visitors Bureau, offers discounts on regular admission fees to participating businesses, including the Brandywine River Museum of Art, the Brandywine Zoo, the Delaware Art Museum and more.

There are 13 attractions visitors can choose from throughout the Greater Wilmington and Brandywine Valley areas where locals can enjoy history, culture and garden centers at a discounted rate. Additional attractions are the Delaware Contemporary, Delaware History Museum & Mitchell Center for African American Heritage, Hagley Museum and Library, Historic Odessa, Marshall Steam Museum, Mr. Cuba Center, Nemours Estate, Read House and Gardens, Rockwood Museum and Park and Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library.

Some locations are even offering bonuses in addition to the discounted pricing. The Delaware Art Museum and the Delaware History Museum offer 10 percent off at their museum stores, while Historic Houses of Odessa offers pass users a complimentary drink at Cantwell’s Tavern.

Passes can be purchased at visitiwilmingtonde.com and are valid from May 29 to October 31, for general admission only.

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