Funded by our friends at PECO, the Brandywine Conservancy and Museum of Art is excited to offer the Brandywine Community Pass membership program for neighboring public and university libraries, and community organizations. This program allows access to the Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art’s many special exhibitions, walking trails and educational programs.
How does the Brandywine Community Pass work?
The pass is ordered and maintained by the library or community organization. It is designed to be checked out at a library circulation desk and/or front office for a day trip. The organization will have its own identified check-out periods, late/lost fees, and other details.
What organizations are eligible for the Brandywine Community Pass?
Public and university libraries and community organizations whose mission supports the wellbeing of children, teens and adults.
How does my organization obtain a Brandywine Community Pass?
Please call the Membership Office at 610-388-8341 or fill out a Community Pass Request Form
How much does the Brandywine Community Pass cost?
Due to the generosity of our corporate partner, PECO, the pass is available at no cost to your organization. There is a limit of two passes per organization.
What are the benefits?
The Brandywine Community Pass admits the user
- Free general admission to the Brandywine River Museum of Art for up to 4 guests (adults and/or children)
- Access to the Laurels and Waterloo Mills Preserves
- 10% discount in the Museum Store and Millstone Café
- Participation in any non-registered, free with admission programming
- Receive $10 off the purchase of a Brandywine membership at any level, if purchased on the day of the visit.
What are the restrictions?
The Brandywine Community Pass cannot be used for any of the following benefits
- Special Exhibition Member Preview Parties or Member Appreciation Days
- Discounted event tickets
- Member-only events
- Discounted or free Historic Property Tours
What happens when a cardholder visits the Museum or Preserves?
Brandywine Community Pass users should show the membership card at the Visitor Services desk. They will be asked at the Museum to provide their name, email and zip code. If a user plans to visit the Preserves, please have them carry the card with them during the visit. Please note our guidelines when visiting the Laurels and Waterloo Mills Preserves.
To request a Brandywine Community Pass for your library or organization, please fill out the online form above, call the Membership Office at 610-388-8341, or complete and mail in a printable request form to: Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art, Membership Office, PO Box 141, Chadds Ford, PA 19317.
The Brandywine Community Pass is made possible by PECO