Gardens, Art, and History in Philadelphia and the Brandywine Valley ("America's garden capital") Features walking through Philadelphia for a history/culture tour with visits by Benjamin Franklin and John Bartram.
Touring the Barnes Foundation Museum and exploring the historical Bartram's Garden and arboretum. Philadelphia is often called the "Garden Capital of America" as well as our historical birthplace and home of our founding fathers. It also houses the world's largest collection of post-impressionist art - the Barnes Collection - with other renowned museums, architecture, and national treasures.
Tour includes the expertise of horticulturists Teresa Watkins and Sally Cunningham as we visit breathtaking du Pont estate gardens and mansions at Longwood and Winterthur, and the eclectic, original "pleasure garden" called Chanticleer.
Fine dining and garden shopping will complete an extraordinary tour experience. Space is limited to enhance the one-on-one experience. Make reservations early to save your place.
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