Hagley Museum and Library
Located along the Brandywine River on the site of the first du Pont black powder works, the Hagley Museum and Library provide a unique glimpse into American life at home and at work in the 19th century. Set among more than 230 acres of trees and flowering shrubs, Hagley offers a diversity of restorations, exhibits and live demonstrations for visitors of all ages.
- 302 658 2400
- 302 655 3188
- PO Box 3630
United States of America
Henry Belin du Pont Dissertation Fellowship in Business, Technology and SocietyUS$6,000Closes: November 15th
Hagley Museum and Library Grants-in-Aid of ResearchUp to US$1,600 per monthCloses: March 31st, June 30th or October 29th