When Glenn and I moved to the Brandywine Valley almost 20 years ago I told him the problem wasn’t going to be finding something to do, it was going to be deciding what to do out of all the possibilities. That is just as true today. To help you decide I’ve listed a few more events happening in October and November in the Brandywine Valley. Be sure to bookmark my blog because I update it frequently as I learn about new events.
The Brandywine River Museum always has new and exciting exhibits in addition to showing the art work of N. C. Wyeth, Andrew Wyeth, and Jamie Wyeth. Through November 11, 2014 you can see the exhibit entitled Exalted Nature by Charles Burchfield. You can enjoy arts and crafts by regional artists through November 9 on weekends and music on the Brandywine on Thursday evening. The Brandywine River Museum is less than 6 miles from Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast.
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October 18-19 Pumpkin Days at Tyler Artorebum. 610-566-9134 or click here for information.
October 23-25 The Great Pumpkin Carve at Chadds Ford Historical Society 610-388-7376.
AND FOR SHEER TERROR AND SPOOKY EVENTS don’t miss Eastern State Penitentiary, the world’s first true penitentiary. Take a self guided tour with audio where Al Capone and Willie Sutton were incarcerated. Through November 8 you can tour their Haunted House which the Travel Channel called one of the scariest attractions. Click here for more information.
Longwood Gardens has a garden and plant sale through November 23. And you don’t want to miss their Chrysanthemum Festival starting the end of October when the conservatory is covered in colorful blooms. Check their web site for more information.
Now don’t you really want to visit the Brandywine Valley this fall? Check out the availability at Hamanassett Bed & Breakfast.