This site of First State National Historical Park remains open to the public during COVID-19. However, as services are limited, the National Park Service urges visitors to:
More than 1,300 acres of rolling agricultural fields, pastures, forested hills, and streams preserve the natural and cultural legacy of the larger Brandywine Valley in northern Delaware and southern Pennsylvania. This land serves as a reminder of William Poole Bancrofts vision to protect a green space all people to enjoy.
Compare the different seasons by sliding the bar
A person in a kayak travels down the Brandywine Creek on a mid fall day.
Looking down the Brandywine Creek after a snow fall while the sunsets on the water.
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This area is located at: 39.833690 - 75.574920
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Last updated: June 10, 2021