Route: Interstate 476, links the PA turnpike and I-95 in Delaware County
The beautiful winding Blue Route is a delightful entrance into Delaware County's Brandywine Country. Along this short, scenic route, you'll find plenty of cultural and historic sites to explore.
Veer a bit off the beaten path to a 1770s Colonial plantation in Ridley Creek State Park, where costumed interpreters and farm animals recreate life on a typical Delaware County farm of the era. You can also explore the natural beauty along the trails, enjoy a picnic, or fish in the park's stocked trout stream.
Further up the route, you'll come upon cultural attractions that will enthrall everyone like The 1927 Media Theatre for the Performing Arts, Brandywine River Museum, Tyler Arboretum, and the Pennsylvania Veteran's Museum.
Exhibiting American art in a 19th century gristmill, the museum is internationally known for its unparalleled collection of works by three generations of Wyeths and its outstanding collection of American illustration, still-life and landscape painting. Outdoors, wildflower gardens surround the museum in glorious color from spring through autumn.Read More >