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Brandywine Museum

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1 Hoffman Mill Rd, Chadds Ford, PA 19317-9773
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Debbie K wrote a review Aug 2019
Charlottesville, Virginia40 contributions5 helpful votes
We saw a segment on PBS August 14 and booked two nights in Chadds Ford almost immediately. Just about everyone we spoke to, at the museum or on the short bus tour up to his house and studio, commented that the PBS piece about this exhibit drew them to the museum before the representation of this artisit' work travels to other cities. It is excellent and not everything will go on tour. You have until September 15th to see this!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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donald1264 wrote a review Apr 2019
Tappan, New York53 contributions10 helpful votes
This thoroughly interesting Art Museum holds your interest with it's wonderful paintings done by the Andrew Wyeth family. Well displayed and diverse subjects are sure to please everyone.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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David L wrote a review Jan 2019
250 contributions384 helpful votes
Brandywine Museum is a small, but a nice place to visit considering if you are also visiting Longwood Garden which is nearby on Route 1. This place has various exhibitions in different months all year around. Also, there are a few walking trails around the museum if you feel like doing a nature hike.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Wanderlust777 wrote a review Jan 2019
Lutherville, Maryland1,173 contributions432 helpful votes
It's always a pleasure to visit the Brandywine Museum, and our last trip was no exception. The current feature exhibit explores how the advent of photography affected the art of Winslow Homer and contemporaries, and is fascinating. There are fewer of the well known Homer canvases and more of his drawings and lesser known art. It's a real opportunity to learn more about the man and his age. We also enjoyed the Christmas train garden and the beautiful Christmas trees, entirely decorated with handmade ornaments created by volunteers out of all natural materials.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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jennygirl57 wrote a review Dec 2018
Vineland, New Jersey1,045 contributions176 helpful votes
We visit the Brandywine River Museum several times a year. It is a nice museum, not huge, but with a lot to see. The building itself is intriguing, an old mill along the creek, so there are lovely views from the lobby and cafe, as well as nice walking areas outside. Peaceful setting, relaxing. The draw is the wonderful artwork of the Wyeth family. Worthwhile to join a tour to find out more about the artists and their work. During the holidays, there is the wonderful model train exhibit for children of all ages, as well as the trees in the lobby full of whimsical Critter ornaments (which are sold in the gift shop). During spring through fall, the studio tours are fascinating, as you can see the Wyeth house, and the studios of NC, Andrew, and Jamie. Very informative tour, enlightening. There is a nice giftshop and a cafe, serving soups, salads, sandwiches. (The mushroom soup is my favorite). The Brandywine River Museum has something for everyone. Throughout the year, there are special exhibits, so check out the website.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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