Brunch with the Bunny at the Winterthur

March 29, 2013 by  

This weekend’s ‘Brunch with the Bunny’ at the Winterthur is a terrific family event that lets the entire family, all ages, to come out and enjoy a delicious brunch while celebrating Easter.

Children can meet the bunny and there are several seatings available. Poster printing may have been the chosen method of the organizers to let the community and the surrounding communities know what is going on.

Seatings will take place over tow-hour time slots throughout the day, and guests will enjoy a wonderful brunch and a special visit from the Easter Bunny. After eating, families are invited to take in the splendid grounds that contain almost 1,000 acres of nature preserve, woodlands, and meadows.

Winterthur was once home of Henry Francis du Pont, who was a great horticulturist and collector. Today, this home is a premier American Decorative Arts Museum with a collection of more than 90,000 objects that have been used or made in America from 1640 to 1860. The huge house has 175 rooms with changing and permanent exhibit galleries that are open for viewing. The gardens on the grounds have many unusual plants and specimens.

The cost is $34.95 per adult, children under 12 receive 50% off the price, and members receive 10% off the price up to a party of four. The brunch will be happening on Saturday, March 30 and Sunday, March 31 at the Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library located at 5105 Kennett Pike in Winterhur, Delaware, just a short drive from Wilmington. For additional information, or to register, please visit Winterthur’s website or call the office at 302-888-4826.