breed animals, and visit his final
resting place. Mount Vernon now
includes a working whiskey distillery, gristmill and blacksmith
shop, and galleries that feature
interactive exhibits, hundreds of
personal artifacts—like Washington’s dentures—and original movies,
including one with falling snow!
Open 365 days a year.
Norton Museum of Art
The Norton Museum of Art in West
Palm Beach, Fl. is internationally
known for its collection of American, Chinese, contemporary and
European art and photography.
Throughout the year, the museum
presents exciting special exhibitions, concerts and programs for
all ages. Its weekly Art After Dark
series—Where Culture and Entertainment Meet—has become a
popular Thursday evening destination. One of the museum’s most
highly anticipated exhibitions of the
season is Cocktail Culture, which
runs Dec. 15–March 18, features
more than 150 items and presents
a dazzling, historical review of the
cocktail party through fashion and
design. For details, visit Norton.org.
OPEN DAILY FOR HOLIDAY TOURS
NOVEMBER 19–JANUARY 8
Pennsylvania Academy of the
Fine Arts (PAFA)
118-128 N. Broad Street
Your family and friends will be inspired by Henry Francis du Pont’s
dazzling home decorated in holiday style!
For more information and a full schedule of special events,
call 800.448.3883 or visit winterthur.org/yuletide.
Visit Philadelphia’s new civic
space, PAFA’s Lenfest Plaza, with
its 51-foot Paint Torch, a sculpture
created by world-renowned artist
Claes Oldenburg, which marks the
start of Philadelphia’s Museum
Open New Year’s Day. Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.
Winterthur is nestled in Delaware’s beautiful Brandywine Valley on Route 52,
between I- 95 and Route 1, midway between New York City and Washington, D.C.
Take I- 95 to Exit 7 in Delaware. 800.448.3883 • 302.888.4600 • winterthur.org