Brandywine Valley Scenic Byway

Brandywine Valley Scenic Byway

Address:c/o Greater Wilmington Convention & Visitors Bureau
100 W 10th St
Wilmington, DE 19801

Phone:302-652-4088
Web: www.visitwilmingtonde.com Description:The Brandywine Valley shows the legacy of the prominent families in the industrial development of the nation for over two centuries, featuring a concentration of historic sites, estates, gardens and museums. Points of interest include the Hotel du Pont and the du Pont Theatre, the Nemours and Winterthur estates, Longwood Gardens, Hagley Museum and Library, Delaware Museum of Natural History, and Brandywine River Museum.
Legth: 12.25 miles. Start/Endpoint: Begins at the Pennsylvania state line at DE 52 (Kennett Pike) and continues to Wilmington city limits. Also branches off DE 52 (Pennsylvania Avenue) to DE 100 (Montchanin Road) and continues to the Pennsylvania state line. Time to Allow: 1 hour. Designation/Year: National Scenic Byway (2005).

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Brandywine Valley Scenic Byway bike and pedestrian trail, $160,000 in federal money toward the overall project cost of $200,000.
Casey Highway, in Lackawanna County (2004); - Route 120, Bucktail Trail, in Clinton and Elk counties (2004); - Route 92, Viaduct Valley Way Scenic Byway, in Susquehanna County (2005); - Route 6, Gateway to the Endless Mountains, in Wyoming County (2005); - Routes 52 and 162, Brandywine Valley Scenic Byway, in Chester and Delaware counties (2005); - Route 611, Little Creek Road and Belvidere Highway, Delaware River Valley Scenic Byway, in Northampton County (2005); and - Creek Road, Lake Wilhelm Scenic Byway, in Mercer County (2006).
Pennsylvania Brandywine Valley Scenic Byway, corridor management plan, $120,000.
Casey Highway, Lackawanna County (2004); -- Route 120 in Clinton and Elk counties (2004); -- Routes 52 and 162, the Brandywine Valley Scenic Byway, Chester and Delaware counties (2005); -- Route 92, the Viaduct Valley Way Scenic Byway, Susquehanna County (2005); -- Route 6, Gateway to the Endless Mountains, Wyoming County, (2005) and; -- Route 611, Little Creek Road and Belvidere Highway, Northampton County (2005).
Casey Highway, Lackawanna County (2004); -- Route 120 in Clinton and Elk counties (2004); and -- Routes 52 and 162, the Brandywine Valley Scenic Byway, Chester and Delaware counties (2005).
Brandywine Valley Scenic Byway in Chester and Delaware Counties Becomes Commonwealth's 11th Pennsylvania Byway