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Celebrating August

Friday, August 12, 2016

August is a special month at the Brandywine. Our gardens are painted purple and gold with an ongoing parade of butterflies of every species. The bubbling river is filled with laughing families in canoes. Trees planted on local farms last fall are beginning to peek over their protective shells....

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The Noble Art of Haying

Friday, July 29, 2016

From about mid-summer to mid-October, it’s common in the farm-centric Delaware and Chester counties of Pennsylvania to see haying going on...

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Start with Art: 8 Ways the Brandywine Keeps Kids Excited About Summer

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

As we hit this last month of summer we know how hard it can be to keep kids smiling through temperatures over 100 degrees. Here are eight great ways to spend your last few weeks of vacation and keep kids excited and engaged through the month of August!Check Out Get the...

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Looking for a (Pokémon GO) Gym? Stop at the Brandywine!

Friday, July 15, 2016

Of all the wonderful creatures currently residing at the Brandywine River Museum of Art (a cat named Mr. Wuffles, a whale with a tiny hat, a swan bicycle, and a charming bear for good measure) a few of our favorites belong to the Pokémon family....

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This is Kuerner Farm

Monday, June 20, 2016

Traveling to my grandparent’s house on Ring Road, I pass a beautiful, faded, red barn and a white farmhouse. Fields of tall dying grass, which continue up a large hill, surround the property. Far out on the sides of the house tree lines emerge. There is a simplicity about the farm that makes one...

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