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Brandywine at Home

Brandywine at Home

Updated frequently with new content, “Brandywine at Home” is your one-stop shop for engaging virtual tours and curator-led gallery talks of our collection and special exhibitions; at-home art activities for all ages; calming nature videos from our trails and preserves; informative blogs and conservation resources (like invasive species spotlights); recipes from the Millstone Café; and more. Check back regularly for updates and new Brandywine content from our home to yours.
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Virtual Tours and Gallery Talks

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Virtual Nature Moments

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Crafts & Educational Projects

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Conservation Resources

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View the Collection Online

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Virtual Events

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Recipes from the Millstone Café

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Visit Our Online Shop

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Video Conference Backgrounds

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Explore "Votes for Women: A Visual History"

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Update for Visitors

The Brandywine River Museum of Art will be reopening to the public on June 20, 2021 with its new special exhibition, "Ralston Crawford: Air & Space & War." Click below to learn more.

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Our feeds are full daily with engaging virtual experiences, beautiful images of art and nature, creative crafts and mindful moments.

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"Brandywine at Home" Image:

Edward Willis Redfield (1869 - 1965), Garden of the Girls, ca. 1928-1930, oil on canvas, 32 × 40 in. Richard M. Scaife Bequest, 2015. © artist, artist's estate, or other rights holders.

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