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Delaware Vacation Ideas

Many may recognize the Du Pont name, the top attraction Winterthur with its museum and gardens and the Hagley Museum, near Wilmington. Beach lovers know Lewes’ historic homes and nearby Rehoboth Beach with its boardwalk persona. History buffs find things to do from Old New Castle with colonial-era homes to the Historic Houses of Odessa to Milton, a shipping center in the 18th to 19th centuries, now a haven for antiques. The capital, Dover features the Ag Museum, Delaware Made crafts and products, vintage aircraft and an Amish community. Take the ferry to an island fort or across to New Jersey. Tax-free shopping is a popular draw, as are restaurants in historic inns. Stay in hotels, B&Bs and seaside vacation rentals.
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Rehoboth Beach, Delaware - 2.5 Hours from D.C.

Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, is all about the boardwalk, the beach and the Atlantic Ocean. Shops and restaurants spill out onto the wide sidewalks and visitors can easily be distracted. On certain summer evenings, entertainment is featured in the bandshell located at the very end of Rehoboth Avenue...

The Brandywine Valley - From Gunpowder to Winterthur

The Brandywine Valley, located in northern Delaware near Wilmington and in Pennsylvania southwest of Philadelphia, is a historic-filled area that takes its name from Brandywine Creek. Discover a Revolutionary War battle site, a gunpowder mill, Winterthur with its early American decorative arts and...

The Sleepy Fishing Village of Lewes, Delaware

The fishing village of Lewes, Delaware, is comprised of historic homes, restaurants, B&Bs and maritime treasures. Take a walking tour and discover what makes Lewes so charming. The public beach sits on Delaware Bay. Nearby find the Cape May-Lewes Ferry port and the Cape Henlopen State Park. Lewes is...
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