Antique automobiles are things of beauty and enjoying them along the backdrop of the bucolic Brandywine Valley Countryside is spectacular. Get your motor running with a look at the evolution of transportation and plan to stay the night as delectable restaurants, wineries and breweries are also a staple of the region and can complete your perfect getaway. 

Prepare for air and land to meet at the New Garden Air Show - June 25, 2024 (rain date 6/26). During this festival of flight, take a stroll around the antique car and aircraft displays around the New Garden Airport.

Oxford-car-showOxford Mainstreet Car Show

The towns and mainstreets of the Brandywine Valley are delightful destinations for shopping and dining, plus many have exciting events throughout the year. Historic Downtown Oxford celebrates First Friday, September 6, 2024 with their 10th Annual Car Show.  Live music, food and of course vintage vehicles will take over the town from 3-8pm. Come out and enjoy!

Ludwigs Car ShowLudwig's Corner Horse Show & Country Fair

A Labor Day tradition, Ludwig’s Corner Horse Show & Country Fair, features an Antique Car Show on Monday, September 2.  The Historic Car Club of Pennsylvania is the presenting organization; come browse the classic and antique cars as well as a few street rods for that extra cool factor!

Concours d EleganceConcours d "Elegance

Radnor Hunt is the home of a renowned Concours d’Elegance, September 6-8 2024. This nationally recognized motorcar event, an elegant classic car invitational on the historic grounds at Radnor Hunt, evokes the relaxed qualities of an English garden party with a celebration of vintage automobiles. Additionally motorcycles will be showcased and the popular vintage horse-drawn carriages that illustrate the evolution of transportation.

IMG_7382-web-e1653663367719Hagley Car Show

Hagley Museum celebrates automotive innovation at the annual Hagley Car Show presented by Fidelity on September 15, 2024. Browse more than 500 antique and restored cars that date back to the early twentieth century. The show features vehicle parades, motoring music and a festival food court all along the backdrop of Hagley’s powder yards on the banks of the Brandywine. This year’s theme is: A Drive Down Memory Lane— Celebrating Bygone Brands.


 

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