Things To Do In Delaware

First State National Historical Park

You can't visit the First State without visiting the First State National Historical Park. Linking six different points of interest.

Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk

Delaware is famous for its beaches, but its most fun seaside attraction is actually located outside of the water: the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk.

Dover Motor Speedway

Host to everything from the NASCAR Cup Series to the Indy Racing League to the United States Auto Club, it offers thrills that’ll really crank up the octane.

Jimmy’s Grille

You can enjoy everything from freshly-caught seafood to delectable treats like homemade fudge and saltwater taffy.One of the most fun places to visit, however, is Jimmy’s Grille.

 Tiki Murph

Tiki Murph's bills itself as the "only" establishment of its kind, and... it's right. Where else can you find representation of New Zealand's Maori culture in Delaware.

Air Mobility Command Museum

Built on the site of a former World War II military base, the Air Mobility Command Museum is a top 10 destination for aviation enthusiasts in Delaware.

 Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge

There aren't many zoos in Delaware. If you're interested in having a closer encounter with the beautiful kind of animal, Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge.

Delaware Children’s Museum

Literally, it's located in a bright yellow building on Wilmington's riverfront, so it stands out like a beacon for the young and inquisitive eye.

Dewey Beach

Despite a year-round population of just 300, Dewey Beach welcomes more than 30,000 visitors during the summer months, many of them young partygoers.

 Bellevue State Park

It’s a beautiful destination, and like any good park, it offers space for a wide range of outdoor activities such as running, fishing, and horseback riding.

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