Historic Sites

Air Mobility Command Museum
Dover, Delaware

Exhibits in this museum range in topic from the Berlin Airlift to the Korean War to air

Allee House
Smyrna, Delaware

According to tradition, the Allee House was built about 1753 by Abraham Allee, the son

Barratt's Chapel and Museum
Frederica, Delaware

Under the direction of John Wesley after the American Revolutionary War, Thomas Coke an

Biggs Museum Of American Art
Dover, Delaware

Established in 1993, the Sewell C.

Buena Vista
New Castle, Delaware

The main section of Buena Vista was built between 1845 and 1847 by John M.

Cooch's Bridge
Newark, Delaware

This was the site of the only Revolutionary War battle fought in Delaware.

Delaware Agricultural Museum & Village
Dover, Delaware

The Delaware Agricultural Museum Association was formed by a group of people dedicated

Delaware Archaeology Museum
Dover, Delaware

Exhibited artifacts here range from arrowheads, ceramics, and other stone and bone tool

Delaware History Museum
Wilmington, Delaware

In 1998, the Delaware History Museum opened Distinctively Delaware, the first

Delaware Public Archives
Dover, Delaware

The Delaware Public Archives is one of the oldest public archives programs in the count

Delaware State Police Museum
Dover, Delaware

Visitors here can see the historical vehicles, uniforms, and patches of the Delaware St

Discover Sea Shipwreck Museum
Fenwick Island, Delaware

Discoveries from the Sea Shipwreck Museum was founded with the goal of recovering and p

First State Heritage Park
Dover, Delaware

Established by Governor Ruth Ann Minner in 2004, The First State Heritage Park represen

Fort Delaware State Park
Delaware City, Delaware

Established as a Delaware State Park in 1951, Fort Delaware State Park is on an island

Friends Of Auburn Heights Preserve
Yorklyn, Delaware

The Friends of Auburn Heights Preserve Inc.

Golden Fleece Tavern
Dover, Delaware

On December 17, 1787, Delaware ratified the Constitution at the Golden Fleece Tavern, t

Governor Ross Mansion And Plantation
Seaford, Delaware

This home belonged to William Henry Harrison Ross, who was the Governor of Delaware fro

Greenbank Mill
Wilmington, Delaware

The first mill at Greenbank was reportedly called the Swede's Mill dating from 1677.

Hagley Museum And Library
Wilmington, Delaware

Hagley houses an important collection of manuscripts, photographs, books, and pamphlets

Hale Byrnes House
Newark, Delaware

Once the site of a war council that included Washington and Lafayette, this house playe

Hendrickson House Museum
Wilmington, Delaware

Hendrickson House, built in 1690 near Crum Creek in Pennsylvania and was moved to its p

Historic Odessa Foundation
Odessa, Delaware

The Historic Houses of Odessa offers guided tours all year long of five historic houses

Historical Society Of Delaware
Wilmington, Delaware

The Delaware History Center dominates the 500 block of Market Street Mall in downtown W

Indian River Life Saving Station
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware

The station was built in 1876 for use by the United States Lifesaving Service, a govern

Iron Hill Museum
Newark, Delaware

The Delaware Academy of Science operates this museum of local history housed in a forme

John Dickinson Plantation
Dover, Delaware

It was January 18, 1740 when Samuel Dickinson, a wealthy Quaker tobacco planter and mer

Johnson Victrola Musuem
Dover, Delaware

In 1967, a memorial to E.R.

Legislative Hall
Dover, Delaware

The building is a Georgian Revival colonial structure of handmade brick and it has an 1

Lewes Historical Society Historic Complex Museums
Lewes, Delaware

The Society's museums include 12 historic properties, nine of which are located at the

Lightship Overfalls
Lewes, Delaware

The Lightship "Overfalls" was the last lightship built by the United States Lighthouse