Hagley Museum and Library
The Hagley Museum and Library collects, preserves and interprets the history of American enterprise and is a non-profit educational institution. With a range of exhibitions, some changing on an annual basis, there is so much to learn at the Hagley Museum. Visitors can experience nineteenth-century living on Workers' Hill, visit the Powder Yard, where massive stone mills, storehouses, and a waterwheel echo the times when water was the source of energy, and tour the Eleutherian Mills, a mansion that has been home to five generations of the famous du Pont family and features breathtaking views over the Brandywine Valley.
Address: 298 Buck Road East, Wilmington
Telephone: (302) 658 2400
Opening times: Visitor Center open daily from 9:30am to 4:30pm
Admission: $11 (adults); $9 (students and senior citizens); $4 (children 6-14); free for children under six years of age