Location, Location, Location – 3 Reasons You’ll Love Living at River House Apartments in Wilmington, Delaware
The culinary scene of Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley has its roots in the taverns and inns of Colonial times, but over the centuries, those roots have grown far and wide. Today, Wilmington’s chefs are James Beard Award nominees and culinary explorers. New restaurants that challenge the status quo open next door to beloved family-owned restaurants – giving Wilmington its reputation as the Delaware city with the best food scene!
In Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley, all four seasons are celebrated in their glory, which means you’ll find something to do from the first touch of winter's chill to the hot summer nights of August.
As we shed our winter coats and reclaim the great outdoors as a place to play, events that embrace the season, like City Restaurant Week mark springtime in Wilmington, while events like A Brandywine Christmas round out the year. Summer offers nearly unlimited options for things to do in Wilmington and the Brandywine Valley, with music festivals to spare, Shakespeare shining in the warm night air, and festivals celebrating everything from burgers to jazz.
Those who prefer to spend time surrounded by nature will not be disappointed in Brandywine Valley, a region that boasts miles of trails and pathways for hikers, bikers and horseback riders, connecting all corners of the Brandywine Valley (and even the city of Wilmington, DE) with each other. Not to mention, the largest urban park in Delaware, Brandywine Park features inviting wooded trails, formal gardens, sculptures, a sports stadium and a zoo!