NO. 1 ONLINE GUIDE
TO THE HISTORIC
BRANDYWINE VALLEY
SINCE 1999.
 
HOME TO LONGWOOD GARDENS, WINTERTHUR, BRANDYWINE RIVER MUSEUM, HAGLEY MUSEUM, NEMOURS MANSION & MORE
ABOUT THE VALLEY GETTING HERE MAP ADVERTISING LINKSCONTACT
PHOTO GALLERY BUSINESS LINKS BOOKSTORE
Wilmington Train Station from the Riverfront
  Wilmington Train Station. S. Fox © 2001
Getting to the Brandywine Valley

By Car
The Valley is not far from I-95 and is easily accessible from all points. We recommend using a Web-based mapping service like Google Maps, Yahoo or Mapquest, to provide detailed driving instructions or use your gps gizmo if you have one.

  • Google Maps & Driving Instructions
  • Yahoo Maps & Driving Instructions
  • Mapquest Maps & Driving Instructions

    If you use Buckley's Tavern's address (below) as your destination, your driving directions will put you in the heart of the Brandywine Valley, between Longwood Gardens and Winterthur.

    Your Destination Address:
    Buckley's Tavern's
    5812 Kennett Pike
    Centreville, DE 19807


    By Rail
    The Brandywine Valley is accessible from both Wilmington and Philadelphia by rail. Both cities are on Amtrak's busy Northeast Corridor rail line, and there are dozens of regularly scheduled arrivals and departures daily. The train stations in both cities are carefully restored landmark buildings that also offer access to local transportation and provide information about local hotels and attractions.

  • Amtrak: Online reservations.

    By Air
    The closest airports are Philadelphia International (PHL), Baltimore/Washington International (BWI), and the New Castle County Airport, just south of Wilmington, which is a facility for private and corporate aircraft.

  • Philadelphia International Airport
  • Baltimore/Washington International
  • New Castle County Airport


    Limousine & Airport Shuttle Service
  • Delaware Express - 24 hour-a-day service
  • Airport Shuttles



    © Unica Online