Farm To Table Dinner
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. We apologize for any inconvenience. Remember to book early next year!
The gardens at Hagley were used as food sources by the du Pont family and the powder yard workers and their families. For one-night only, we're hosting a family style farm-to-table dinner in the historic Hagley barn. Chef Dan Butler and chefs from the Belin House Organic Café will cook on site.
The menu includes ingredients from local sources: Bright Spot Farms, an urban agricultural project in Wilmington; Haskell’s Farm; and Highland Orchards, and from our own gardens.
This dinner is for members-only. Members may purchase tickets for guests or you can purchase a membership at (302) 658-2400, ext. 235.
Watermelon Salsa Fresca with House-made Tortilla Chips
Artisan Cheese & Salumi Board with sliced di Bruno salamis garnished with bourbon pickled vegetables, olives, nuts and mustard
Local Cherry Tomatoes stuffed with Edamame Soybean Hummus
Goat Cheese Crostini with Air-dried Pear Garnish
Complimentary Beer & Wine with hors d’oeuvres
Heirloom Tomato Caprese Salad with Handmade Mozzarella
Roasted Corn Salad with Tomato Congassé topped with Grilled Breast of Chicken
Herb Roasted Potatoes from Hagley’s Workers Hill Garden
Pan Seared Brussels Sprouts finished with caramelized onions
Apple & Sour Cherry Crumb Pie with Local Wildflower Honey. Cherries hand- picked from Hagley’s E.I. du Pont Garden.
Iced Tea, Water, and BYOB for dinner
$65 a person
Beer provided by Dogfish Head. Wine provided by Galer Estate Vineyard & Winery and Hagley Museum.
At Bike & Hike & Brews, visitors can stroll, jog, or bike through areas of Hagley property normally closed to foot traffic.
Don’t miss Delaware’s best fireworks show! This members-only event is held each year, two Fridays in June. It is a spectacular evening of family fun.
Cannon firings in the powder yards demonstrate how black powder was made and used.
In this walking tour of the powder yard, guests experience an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at the black powder process and can try their hand at graining some powder. Reservations requested, call (302) 658-2400, ext. 261.
See the museum in a different way during a Sunday Stroll- take a leisurely walk on areas of our property normally only accessible by bus.