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    Summer Camp: Look, Discover, Make!

    Brandywine River Museum of Art

    Where:
    1 Hoffman's Mill Road, Chadds Ford, PA 19317
    When:

    Monday July 29th 2019 to Friday August 2nd 2019

    • Mondays

      9 am to 1 pm

    • Tuesdays

      9 am to 1 pm

    • Wednesdays

      9 am to 1 pm

    • Thursdays

      9 am to 1 pm

    • Fridays

      9 am to 1 pm

    This inspirational and fun summer camp offers youth ages 9-14 a week-long immersion into the Museum’s outstanding art collection and nature-rich campus. Campers will become makers, learning innovative hands-on techniques for expressing themselves through art. The week culminates with an art show for family and friends. Supplies are included.
     

    The entire museum is wheelchair accessible, including bathrooms, water fountains and the museum café. Accessible parking for vehicles displaying the appropriate disability permits is located on the far right side of the parking lot alongside the river, available on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a designated barrier-free entrance into the Museum's lower level, located at the entrance alongside the river, to the right of the main entrance and close to the accessible parking. The Museum has several standard-sized, non-motorized wheelchairs available at no cost for visitor convenience. Service animals are welcome in the museum. Please check in at the Admissions desk in the Visitor Entrance upon arrival. Advance notice is recommended for special tours or accommodations. Call 610.388.8326 for information and group reservations.

    TICKETS
    $140 - $175
    CONTACT
    Brandywine River Museum of Art
    610.388.2700

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