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Where the du Pont Story begins
Gorgeous property, awesome learning opportunity. House is beautiful, but tours need a lot of interpretive updating. Worth the visit though for the gorgeous creek side trails with mill ruins.
Located on 235 acres along the Brandywine River, this example of early American industry includes restored mills, demonstrations, and the ancestral home and gardens of the du Pont family.
Beautiful, 235-acres along the Brandywine River. Spend some time in the Hagley Store. It features a unique selection of books, gifts, and children's items for the season.
If you're visiting Hagley, you've GOT to see the Millwright Shop -- very cool nineteenth-century equipment powered by a network of gears, pulleys, leather belts, and axles.
Our 5th graders had a great time! The biscuits were delicious:) thank you for my Hagley Teddy bear! Very cute my daughter will love him!
Very interesting place for everyone! Adults as well as children will find something attractive and unique)
Scenic views of the Brandywine along with some DuPont history.
Open late (til 8pm) Wednesday nights through august for bike and hike night.
Bike and Hike on Wednesday, July 25, will have ice cream by Woodside Creamery. Mmmmm.
The beginning of the DuPont company