Day 1:

Auburn Heights Preserve, includes the Marshall family home and carriage house listed on the National Register of Historic Places, site of the first Stanley automobile dealership in Delaware, a museum building housing a collection of vintage automobiles, a 1/8" size live steam train, operating on the property, and approximately 200 acres of surrounding park land.

Since 1867, the Wilmington & Western Railroad has served the communities along the Red Clay Creek, first as a for-profit transportation route for freight and passengers, and now as a non-profit, historic tourist railroad.

Take a gamble at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino! Enjoy an evening at this premier gaming and resort destination featuring nearly 2,800 slot machines, table gaming and lounges and bars to relax and unwind.

Day 2:

Best known as the "Monster Mile", Dover International Speedway is a one-mile, high-banked oval in Dover, DE. The track has been a fixture on the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series schedule since its inception in 1969 and continues to host NASCAR's national touring series. Gain a new perspective of NASCAR and get behind the scenes at Dover International Speedway with a guided track tour of the Monster Mile!

Visit the Air Mobility Command Museum located at the Dover Air Force Base. This expansive facility offers the chance to climb inside a C-133 airplane, experience flight simulators, see a WWII bomber complete with nose art and more!

The Harrington Railroad Museum includes a 1926 Pennsylvania Railroad caboose that visitors walk through to see how the train crews lived and the tools that they used on the job. One giant crowbar must have taken several men to use. Visitors can also see a watchman's tower with equipment to switch the tracks, lanterns, old phones, and a "message stick," used to grab messages off poles as the train sped along. The tower is one of the few remaining on Delmarva. Working freight trains still pass right by the museum.