A RESTORED 19TH CENTURY HAMLET IN THE HEART of THE BRANDYWINE VALLEY
ABOUT MONTCHANIN VILLAGE
The village of Montchanin is not so much a hamlet as a microcosm of American history. Once part of the Winterthur estate, it was named for Alexandrine de Montchanin, grandmother of the founder of the DuPont Gunpowder Company. One of the few remaining villages of its kind, Montchanin Village is comprised of 11 carefully restored buildings dating from 1799 to 1910.

Montchanin Village... Privy Lane at dusk.
Watch the Travel Channel's TV show on the Inn at Montchanin Village. Click here

Montchanin School House circa 1920. Click here for more information.


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