8 Tourist Attractions in Delaware

1. Rehoboth and Delaware Beaches- The major resort is Rehoboth Beach, consistently listed among the country's top beaches for its laid-back atmosphere,boutiques,restaurants wide stretch of white sand.

2. Nemours Estate, Wilmington-This beautiful 77-room home is complemented by equally impressive gardens, the largest formal French gardens in North America.

3. Winterthur Museum and Gardens-The 175 rooms were designed to be as historically accurate as possible, with antique furniture, needlework, textiles, silver, glass, paintings, prints.

4. Air Mobility Command Museum, Dover- Wander the hangar and lot out front to see the artifacts that reflect airlifting, air refueling, and the history of the Dover Air Force Base.

5. Hagley Museum and Library-The Hagley Museum and Library in Wilmington encompasses the site of the original du Pont gunpowder mills, as well as an estate and gardens.

6. Delaware Art Museum, Wilmington-The museum is especially known for the premier collection of the works and papers of American artist Howard Pyle.

7. John Dickinson Plantation-The farm makes for an educational family outing with costumed interpreters roaming about the property performing duties.

8. Brandywine Creek State Park-Brandywine Creek State Park encompasses 933 acres and is an important area for birds and other wildlife. The park features the Brandywine Zoo.

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