Discover one of the Brandywine Valley's most spectacular holiday showcases! Tour Henry Francis du Pont's dazzling former home decorated in holiday style. Enjoy visions of holidays past and discover exquisitely decorated Christmas trees, such as the majestic dried-flower tree! This perennial Yuletide favorite is on grand view in the Conservatory and features more than 60 varieties of flowers.
Enjoy a special Yuletide offer!
$5 Off Adult General Admission when you reserve a Yuletide Tour for select Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays now through January 4, 2017. Ticket includes a holiday tour of Henry Francis du Pont’s dazzling home decorated in holiday style and general admission. Call 800.448.3883 and mention $5 OFF, order tickets online using the code $5OFF, or redeem this coupon at the Winterthur Visitor Center.
This year's Yuletide Tour highlights the holidays through the eyes of children. Kids of all ages will delight in our new 18-room dollhouse mansion charmingly decorated for Christmas and filled with more than 1,000 treasures! The 6-foot-by-3-foot, slate-roofed, fully-electrified dollhouse, inspired by Queen Mary's Dolls' House, was lovingly assembled by creator Nancy McDaniel over 30 years and recently gifted to Winterthur. In addition to this miniature masterpiece, visitors will also enjoy viewing American Christmas vignettes, from skating and sleigh ride scenes inspired by the work of Currier & Ives to a Mississippi family's holiday decorations on the eve of the Civil War to the White House in the early 1900s, and much more.
Plan your visit today and experience a full season of holiday magic at Winterthur! For tickets and information, please call 800.448.3883.
Yuletide at Winterthur is included with admission.Members free. Yuletide Tour reservations recommended. Open New Year’s Day. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
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Photo credits: Carlos Alejandro; Courtesy, Winterthur.