Hagley is the former industrial site of the original black powder works of the DuPont Company, founded in Delaware in 1802 and powered by the natural resources that surrounded it. A visit to Hagley can last from ninety minutes to a full day. The museum offers free parking, lunch and snack facilities, picnic areas, and transportation to three major interpretive areas.
From January 2 to January 12, tours at Hagley will have a special focus on the Powder Yards and lower property. Guided tours will be at 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
On the weekends of January 6 and 7, shuttles will be provided in the Powder Yards for guests to visit the demonstrations at their own pace.
Reduced admission prices for January 2-12, 2018:
Adults, Seniors, and Students - $7
Children 6 to 14 - $3
Hagley members and children 5 and under - Free