“The First State”

Delaware was the first state to approve the constitution of the United States out of the other thirteen States. However, being the second tiniest state in size, you can travel all across it easily. Delaware is full of historic buildings and Colonial architecture which makes it a tourist attraction. The shoreline border of Delaware around the mid-Atlantic Ocean and amazing beaches mark it ideal for summer holidays. Rehoboth beach, Bethany, and Dewey Beach are the most visited spots to have a view of the Atlantic coastline. Wilmington city, Cape Henlopen State Park, Fenwick Island, and Georgetown have culture, beautiful landscapes, history, and art to explore. Furthermore, bird watchers have a wonderful place at Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge to have an amazing site of American black ducks, Canadian geese, egrets, waterfowl, and other shorebirds. This might not be the first state you think of while planning for a vacation but low sales tax and beautiful architecture and history can take a place on your bucket list.

Awesome places to visit in Delaware

Air Mobility Command Museum

Nestled in Dover, Delaware, the Air Mobility Command Museum stands as a testament to the evolution of aviation and the pivotal role it plays in military operations. This iconic museum offers visitors a captivating journey through…

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Bethany Beach - Town

The Bethany Beach bandstand is located at the eastern end of Garfield Parkway on the boardwalk. During the summer season, the bandstand hosts a wide variety of musical acts and entertainment for residents and visitors. These…

summer

Cape Henlopen State Park

Nice camping, hiking, fishing, golfing and much more. Big fields and Great beaches, and you can sometimes see dolphins swim by. You can explore and see WWII look out towers, camps and ammo dumps. They also…

summer

Delaware Art Museum

Founded in 1912, the Delaware Art Museum holds a world-renowned collection of more than 12000 works focusing on American art and illustration from the 19th century to present.

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Delaware Museum of Natural History

Along with our permanent displays of dinosaurs, birds, mammals, and shells, we also host up to three traveling exhibitions throughout the year.

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Delaware Toy & Miniature Museum

The Delaware Toy & Miniature Museum, a nonprofit organization founded by Gloria R. Hinkel and Beverly J. Thomes, is a historical reference of antique and contemporary dollhouses, miniatures and sample furniture as well as dolls, toys,…

spring

Dewey Beach

A haven for swimming, surffishing, skimboarding, beachcombing and just plain relaxing. Sailing, windsurfing, jet skiing, water skiing, boating and fishing are just a few of the recreational opportunities available on the bay. Restaurants and night clubs…

summer

Discover Sea Shipwreck Museum

Discoveries from the Sea Shipwreck Museum was founded with the goal of recovering and preserving our maritime heritage. DiscoverSea Shipwreck Museum is an ever-changing exhibit that expands and diversifies with the acquisitions of new artifacts as…

spring

Hagley Museum and Library

Hagley Museum and Library collects, preserves, and interprets the unfolding history of American enterprise. Hagley houses an important collection of manuscripts, photographs, books, and pamphlets documenting the history of American business and technology.

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Johnson Victrola Museum

The Johnson Victrola Museum is a tribute to Delaware's native son, Eldridge Reeves Johnson, who founded the Victor Talking Machine Company in 1901. Exhibits include phonographs, recordings, memorabilia, trademarks, objects, and paintings that highlight Mr. Johnson's…

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Jungle Jim's River Safari Water Park

Jungle Jim's in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware is the perfect place for any group to have fun. Group sizes can range from 10 people to more than 1600 people! Jungle Jim's has a variety of attractions to…

summer

Kalmar Nyckel Foundation - Ship

A grand ship brought the first 24 Swedish settlers to the Delaware Valley in 1638. Now, on the shores of the Christina River near Old Swedes Church and Fort Christina Park, the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation has…

spring

Killens Pond Water Park

Summer fun experience for the whole family. Gently sloping from ground level, the innovatively-designed pool's zero-depth entrance provides easy access to the water. Three lap lanes give serious swimmers more than enough room to find their…

summer

Winterthur Museum & Country Estate

We invite you to visit Winterthur, a great American country estate nestled in the heart of Delaware's beautiful Brandywine Valley, halfway between New York City and Washington, D.C. Winterthur offers a variety of tours, exhibitions, and…

fall

Zwaanendael Museum

The Zwaanendael Museum features exhibits, programs, and activities that illustrate and interpret Sussex County's rich history. Information about the Dutch settlement of Lewes in 1631, the 1765 construction of the Cape Henlopen Lighthouse, the charming coastline,…

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