Tickets on sale now! Buy online, on-site, or call 800.448.3883. Tickets are valid for one-time use at each location any time between June 4–August 31 and may be redeemed on different days.
This summer, enjoy the awe-inspiring fountains at Longwood Gardens and explore 13 whimsical garden follies at Winterthur, including a guided tour of the Winterthur mansion, for only $34 per person—a 20% savings off regular admission to both gardens! Delight in these glorious du Pont gardens, nestled just minutes apart in the heart of the historic Brandywine Valley.
Follies at Winterthur
Escape into the imaginative world of garden follies! Thirteen fantastic structures await discovery and exploration—from a Gothic-inspired tower, an Ottoman tent, and neoclassical follies to a Chinese pavilion, American summerhouses, and enchanting faerie cottage, and creative contemporary follies—all set within Henry Francis du Pont’s majestic garden. Whether by foot or tram, plan for outdoor adventure with a twist of fun.
All admission tickets include Enchanted Woods, an award-winning garden for children, and an introductory tour of du Pont’s mansion.
Fountains at Longwood
Longwood Gardens is not only one of the world’s great display gardens, but is also home to the most significant fountain collection in North America! The dazzling fountain performances are a feat of design and engineering that combine the garden’s original fountain features with a new suite of awe-inspiring effects, including 1,719 swirling jets that can reach as high as 175 feet and 30 jests that combine water and flame.
In addition to the Main Fountain Garden, Longwood is home to the enchanting Italian Water Garden and Open Air Theatre fountains, which also perform daily.
Longwood Gardens and Winterthur are conveniently located just outside of Philadelphia, midway between New York City and Washington, D.C. Take I-95, Exit 7 in Delaware, or U. S. Route 1.
No other discounts will apply. Restrictions may apply.
Images at top: Clockwise: Ottoman Tent Folly; Longwood Gardens fountains, photo by Daniel Traub; illuminated fountains, courtesy Longwood; Latimeria Summerhouse Folly, photo by Bob Leitch.
Follies exhibition is presented by and The Estate of Mrs. Samuel M. V. Hamilton