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Because your event should be a masterpiece!


From intimate gatherings to grand formal occasions, your guests will enjoy the spectacular riverside setting and world- renowned collection of Wyeth and American art.


Customize every detail of your event with imaginative and delicious food, and a variety of dramatic indoor and outdoor entertaining spaces.


RT. 1, CHADDS FORD, PA 610.388.8390 BRANDYWINE.ORG/ENTERTAIN


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A salute to old apothecary shops is found in the antique glassware that’s tucked in wall niches and nooks within the meeting space halls. The venue unites the visuals of future technology with ancient historical objects to create a truly unique atmosphere.


Attendees often make their way to the museum to explore it during breaks. Some groups arrange for guided tours from one of the trained visitor services staff, and planners can request to make special arrangements for keeping the museum open late.


“Our museum is considered a ‘hidden gem’ in Philadelphia,” said Marrocco. “The uniqueness of our collection, the attractive design of its presentation, and the knowledge of our visitor services staff make it an enjoyable experience for individuals of all levels of scientific curiosity.”


For the Gettysburg Foundation and the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center, attendees will have the chance to stand where a pivotal battle raged between the Confederate and Union armies during the Civil War. Today, visitors are encour- aged to walk these fields where soldiers fought and died.


Your Objective +Our Facilities =GREAT MEETING


Chester County’s Brandywine Valley is the perfect location for meetings, events, and leisure activities.


From conferences with creative team building sessions like mushroom cook-offs to intimate board retreats and reunions at Longwood Gardens, planners and guests alike will be intrigued by the mix of history, innovation, charm, and hospitality that is Chester County’s Brandywine Valley.


The monuments, exhibits and land- marks tell a story, and visitors are invited to explore the Cyclorama, a film about the battle, and the museum at the Visitor Center, as well as to tour the battlefield and check out the historical sites around town.


Courtney Babcock Director of Sales


484.840.7213 Courtney@BrandywineValley.com BrandywineValley.com/meetings 1­ 8 September­z October­2018


Licensed Battlefield Guides train for years and must pass extensive tests given by the National Park Service for qualification to host tours. Guides mas- ter the core knowledge of the Battle of Gettysburg and its place within the causes and consequences of the Civil War in order to interpret history and impart that knowledge to visitors.


Options for touring with a Licensed Battlefield Guide include a private tour


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