Tell us WHERE & Win! Yes, it’s just that easy. North Delaware breeds fascination, wit, flair and excitement like few other regions. To accentuate the intrigue of our very essence, NorthDelaWHEREHappening.com kicks off “WHERE in North Delaware?”, a series of happening still photos captured in and around greater New Castle County now to see how well you know this great land WHERE you call home.
WHERE in North Delaware was this photo taken?
This 13 foot bronze whimsical big guy is pretty infamous and lucky for us to have right in our back yard. Any idea WHERE?
Guess WHERE Now & Win!
Enter your guess now via our “WHERE in North Delaware” post on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NorthDelaWHEREHappening. If you are the first to guess correctly in the facebook post comments, you win! Locations and Prizes will vary each week.
CONGRATS JILL FELLA, our Winner!
This Week’s Prize…
Brandywine Treasure Trail Family Passport – $95 Value
There are still 4 weeks left of summer. Cool off inside a museum, take a warm garden stroll or take a selfie with an outdoor sculpture using a Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport. We’ll send you a family passport – good for one time admission to 11 LOCAL attractions for a family of 5 (two adults and up to three children under 18 yrs), including:
- Brandywine River Museum
- Delaware Art Museum
- Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts
- Delaware Historical Society
- Delaware Museum of Natural Histroy
- Hagley Museum and Library
- Longwood Gardens
- Mt. Cuba Center(Fridays & Saturdays Only)
- Nemours Mansion & Gardens(reservations required, please plan ahead)
- Rockwood Mansion & Park
- Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library
|Visit the beautiful Brandywine Valley through Labor Day and save big with the Brandywine Treasure Trail Passport – your single ticket access to 11 top Brandywine Valley Attractions, including the all-new Costumes of Downton Abbey® exhibit at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library.Passports start at just $45 and are good for one-time admission to 11 Brandywine Valley Museums and Gardens.Greater Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley is conveniently located midway between New York City and Washington, D.C. and offers small town charm with big city attractions, including tax-free shopping,dining and entertainment, rich colonial history, the du Pont family legacy, Wyeth country and so much more. All attractions are just minutes from one another and fun for the entire family – it’s the ideal choice for a weekend escape, romantic getaway, tax free shopping weekend with girlfriends or fun family retreat.