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The Hagley Museum and Gadrens is an outstanding facility that tells the story of Delaware’s duPont family and the gunpowder works they established here in 1802. Hagley is located on the Brandywine River, the 235 acre site includes mills, a workers’ village, and the family’s ancestral home, as well as one of the finest business and technology research libraries in the nation. Hours of Operation: Daily (9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.). Note: The Delaware History Trail sign is located at 200 Hagley Rd.
This event celebrates the science and beauty of the natural world with fun, hands-on activities for the whole family. This year’s event will… View Details
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Discover the Industrial Revolution at Hagley! Investigate the changes in power, technology, and industry from the nineteenth century to today's… View Details
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