Delaware Things to Do

  • Air Mobility Command Museum
    Air Mobility Command Museum
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  • State House Museum
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  • Biggs Museum of Art
    Biggs Museum of Art
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Delaware Things to Do

  • Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

    Wilmington Things to Do

    A little bit of everything for the culture enthusiast. The house is architecually magnificent with gables and arches and collonades and super-high vaulted ceilings and tapestried walls. The furniture is esquisite and covers several 19th-early-20th century fashions. The silverware and china are sparkling and diverse from room to room. There is...

  • Wilmington & Western Railroad

    Wilmington Things to Do

    Wilmington & Western Railroad is delight for children and grand parents. On the 1st Aug grandma Laminack, grandma and grandpa Grundy went on an old fashion train ride with Cyrus now age 21 months. Children and grand parents of all ages enjoy the fun an old-fashioned train ride

  • The John Dickenson Plantation

    The John Dickenson Plantation was the boyhood home and sometime residence of John Dickenson, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States and a leader during the American Revolutionary War. The plantation consists of the main house, called Poplar Hall (pictured here), as well as reconstructed farm buildings, a log cabin, and agricultural...

  • The Biggs Museum of American Art

    The Biggs Museum of American Art was established in 1993 to display the art collection of its founder, Delaware businessman and entrepreneur, Sewell C. Biggs. The permanent collection of artwork featured in the museum originates mainly from local artists living on the Delmarva Peninsula and in the Delaware River Valley. The collection includes...

  • The Zwaanendael Museum

    The Zwaanendael Museum features exhibits pertaining to the maritime, military, and social history of Sussex County and the Lewes area. Visitors can examine artifacts, maps, sketches, lithographs, and photographs which cover more than 11,000 years of culture in the region.The museum's first floor features the Maritime History of the Delaware,...

  • The Fisher-Martin House

    The historic Fisher-Martin House originally served as a farmhouse on a nearby farm. It was moved to Lewes in 1980 as part of the town's 350th anniversary celebrations, which were held a year later, in 1981. Nowadays, the building houses the Lewes Chamber of Commerce and the Visitors Bureau and Information Center. In 1984, the Fisher-Martin Herb...

  • The Johnson Victrola Museum

    The Johnson Victrola Museum celebrates the life and career of Eldridge Reeves Johnson, the inventor of the victrola phonograph at the turn of the twentieth century. The museum has exhibits featuring numerous early phonographs, recordings, objects, memorabilia, and paintings which chronicle the development of the recording industry. In addition, the...

  • The Old State House

    Designed by architect John Howe, and constructed between 1778 and 1791, the Old State House was the first building to serve as the capitol of Delaware. The Georgian-style state house was the home of both the state General Assembly and the Kent County government. Over the course of its history, the Old State House has undergone several renovations...

  • The State Capitol Building

    The Delaware State Capitol Building, more properly called the Delaware Legislative Hall, houses the chambers of the Delaware House of Representatives and the Senate (together comprising the General Assembly), the offices of the governor and lieutenant governor, and various governmental offices.Although the building's Colonial Revival architectural...

  • VT Meet at the Punkin Chunkin*

    Release your Inner Hillbilly at the Punkin Chunkin this November with fellow Virtual Tourists!*The World Championship Punkin Chunkin* - a pumpkin slinging contest in which you invent a device that can "chuck" an 8-10lb pumpkin the furthest distance. They also have a theatrical entry, this one is for those of us that are more "ham" then engineer....

  • Delware

    You should always visit the fairs in delware around july like Delware state fair its great for kids and adults that want to just get out I myself and kids might be going this year I think its ussally around July 24th to the 30th or so. It doesnt cost much to get in. on the last nite they usally have fireworks! which is exciting event too. Also in...

  • amusement place

    its called Rehobeth beach its a very fun places for adults and kids has rides there for children and Adults games etc. water rides its alot like oceancity if you ever been has hotels by the beach. its about 45 min from dover DEl

  • New Castle County Farmers Market

    A Spring, Summer, Fall activity, for 'junking' outside. Located in the middle of New Castle, right across the street from our airport, is the largest Farmers Market around. Inside and outside vendors, with strict rules for vendors, such as no new items can be sold outside. Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday INSIDE:CD/DVD STORE, BARBER SHOP, MUSIC...

  • Building Where the Constitution Was...

    Delaware was our first state....the first to ratify the Constitution of the United States.This is the building where it was first ratified.

  • Winterthur Museum and Gardens

    This collection of American arts and antiques was assembled by Henry Francis DuPont. The Galleries at Winterthur show 1,000 of the museum's pieces on two floors. Tours are self guided. You can purchase an "Estate Passport" and wander through the 175 period rooms.

  • Rehoboth Beach, Indian River Inlet

    From June to September it is Beach time in Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey. All can be easily accessed in a day trip from Delaware. If you have small children Rehoboth Beach Board walk is more calm. They will ask to go on rides every night, grab your wallet. For teenagers, go to Ocean City MD's board walk.

  • Ride the Cape May / Lewis...

    Ride the Cape May / Lewis Ferry.take the sunset cruise if its convenient!It connects Delaware to Cape May NJ

  • kathycollins's Things to Do Tip

    If you are staying on the Delaware beaches, you can get the ferry to Cape May from Lewes, save some money by walking on the ferry rather than bringing your car, and there is a shuttle to the Victorian town of Cape May...or from Cape May, ride over to Lewes and catch the trolley to the outlet malls and to Rehoboth Beach.

  • They have a quaint little...

    They have a quaint little boardwalk.Right next to the beach but easier to walk on. Shops and places to eat.

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