August 13, 2017 - August 13, 2018 #ALLinFun (Family Focused) Events
Did you know reptiles have super powers? Find out about some of their special abilities, plus learn about how YOU can become a superhero for reptiles!Read more »
Join us for an afternoon in the park!
Bring your own art supplies, a blanket, games, and grab a fresh pressed juice from The Wilmington Green Box. Create, dance, play, collab, & hangout as long as you respect the park & those around you. Free & open to everyone! Tell a friend & bring a friend!Read more »
Visitors experience an in-depth, hands-on tour focused on gunpowder production in the Hagley Powder Yard and visit production areas rarely seen by guests. This tour ends with an explosive finish. Tour involves walking on uneven ground. Included in admission and free for members. Reservations requested, call (302) 658-2400, ext. 261. Use Hagley’s main entrance off Route 141 in Wilmington, Delaware.
Admission: Adults $14, Seniors and students $10, Children 6-14 $5, children 5 and under and members free.Read more »
Weekends in September at 2:00 pm
Stop by our Weekday Creature Feature for a close encounter with one of our zoo education animals. Meet a scaled, feathered, or prickly friend, ask questions and learn more about these animal ambassadors who live at the zoo. Featured animals change daily. Takes place in the Otter Circle, may be cancelled due to weather.
Free with paid admission to the zoo Admission: Adults $7, Seniors $5, Kids $5; free for under 3yrs and members.
Brandywine Zoo, 1001 North Park Drive, Wilmington, DE 19802 www.brandywinezoo.org (302) 571-7747
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The Blue Rocks are back IN action, celebrating their 25th season #inWilm! Join us for an #ALLinFun night of baseball...Read more »
International Vulture Awareness Weekend
Saturday September 2 through Monday, September 4
Join us Labor Day Weekend to celebrate International Vulture Awareness Day. Special learning stations and keeper talks this weekend will focus on vultures and condors.
Fee: Free with paid admission to the zoo.Read more »
Labor Day Brunch at Kid Shelleen'sRead more »
Join us each week for a great family night at Kid Shelleen's!Read more »
First Wednesday of the month, March–October; 10:30–11:30 am
Parents and their toddlers in strollers are invited to join us for fun and informative walks through the garden and galleries. Spend time with yourchild and make friends with new families while you learn a little about the amazing collections that make Winterthur special. Members and children under 2, free. $5 per child, one adult per child admitted free. Additional adults $15 per adult.
Stroll, jog, or bike through areas of Hagley property normally closed to foot traffic. When you’re done exercising, enjoy a sweet treat from Woodside Farm Creamery! Bring a picnic or dine at the Belin House Organic Cafe. Admission is $2 per person, and free for members and children five and under. Use Hagley’s main entrance off Route 141 in Wilmington, Delaware.Read more »
Enjoy fun animal stories read by our own zoo story-telling team! Story time takes place in the otter circle, in the main zoo, and may include a craft, activity, or live animal presentation. Story time may be cancelled due to inclement weather. Free with paid admission to the zoo...Read more »
On the first and third Thursdays of the month, April–October, 10:30 am, you can share the joy of reading while cultivating an interest and appreciation for nature...Read more »
Come support your local community and enjoy live music at the Westside Farmers Market every Thursday from 3-7pm at Cool Spring Park!Read more »
Glory of Stories introduces young visitor to art and the Museum through a story reading followed by an interactive tour of relevant works of art and a studio art project. This program encourages learning through discovery, exploration, and hands-on experiences...Read more »
Southbridge youth are learning how to grow and cook, fresh and healthy, chemical-free vegetables at the Neighborhood House. To support the after school program, local youth will be selling the veggies and plants they grew themselves at discount prices...Read more »