The Delaware Art Museum exhibits work of the local Brandywine School, including Edward Hopper, John Sloan and three generations of Wyeths.
Consistently displays innovative exhibitions.
An art-deco Woolworth's building, the Delaware History Museum proves the First State has done loads more than earn its nickname.
Six miles northwest of Wilmington is the 175-room country estate of industrialist Henry Francis du Pont and his collection of antiques and American arts, one of the world's largest.
If you're into aviation, you'll enjoy it; the nearby airfield is filled with restored vintage cargo and freight planes, including C-130s, a Vietnam War-era C-7 and World War 2 era "Flying Boxcar."
Dates back to the 17th century and is now operated as a museum by the state.
This small, appealing museum is a good place to learn about the Dutch roots of Lewes.
One mile east of Lewes, more than 4000 acres of dune bluffs, pine forests and wetlands are preserved at this lovely state park that's popular with bird-watchers, beachgoers and campers. You can see clear to Cape May…
Built in 1791 and since restored, the Old State House contains art galleries and in-depth exhibits on the First State's history and politics.
Six miles east of Laurel, Trap Pond State Park is the site of the northernmost bald cypress habitat – a flooded forest that looks like it lurched out of the Louisiana bayou.