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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.
The Air Mobility Command Museum preserves military airlift and tanker aircraft that were once assigned to the base in both its incarnations as Dover Army Air Field and the Dover Air Force Base. The museum has quite a number of artifacts in its collection that are rare and unusual. There ar
The Delaware Toy & Miniature Museum, a nonprofit organization founded by Gloria R. Hinkel and Beverly J. Thomes, is a historical reference of antique and contemporary dollhouses, miniatures and sample furniture as well as dolls, toys, trains, boats, and planes, both European and Americ
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 they are recovered. Our collection of ship
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.
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 re-created the three-masted ship with its fine carvings, richly appointed captain's