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Explore Delaware's rich history and heritage, scenic countrysides and exciting outdoor attractions during your next Student Group Travel trip.

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Mount Cuba Center

  • 3120 Barley Mill Rd.
  • Hockessin, DE 19707
  • Phone: (302) 239-4244
  • Region: New Castle
Mt. Cuba Center’s mission is to foster an appreciation for plants of the Appalachian Piedmont through garden display, education, and research. Guided seasonal tours and year-round education classes. see more »

Nanticoke Indian Museum

  • 26673 John J Williams Hwy
  • Millsboro, DE 19966
  • Phone: (302) 945-7022
  • Region: Sussex
The museum stores many of the artifacts that give a glimpse into the history of the Nanticoke Indians. Many visitors tour the museum to view the jewelry, pottery, spears, and arrow points used by our see more »

Nemours Mansion and Gardens

  • Alapocas Drive and Route 141
  • Wilmington, DE 19803
  • Phone: (302) 651-6912
  • Region: New Castle
Nemours is the 300-acre country estate of the late industrialist and philanthropist Alfred I. duPont. see more »

New Castle Court House Museum

  • 211 Delaware St.
  • New Castle, DE 19720
  • Phone: (302) 323-4453
  • Region: New Castle
Built in 1732, the New Castle Court House served as Delaware's first court and state capitol. Here in 1776, New Castle, Kent, and Sussex Counties declared their independence from Pennsylvania and see more »

New Castle Historical Society

  • 2 East Fourth St.
  • New Castle, DE 19720
  • Phone: (302) 322-2794
  • Region: New Castle
Make the three museums of the New Castle Historical Society your first stop when you visit Historic New Castle. The town's cobblestones almost ring with the echoes of its diverse past. We'll share see more »

New Sweden Centre at Kalmar Nyckel

  • 1124 E. 7th St.
  • Wilmington, DE 19801
  • Phone: (302) 429-0464
  • Region: New Castle
The New Sweden Centre is an interpretive center for the colonial history of the Delaware Valley, featuring "Hands-On-History" displays of artifacts from the Prehistoric era to the American War for see more »

Nutter D. Marvel Carriage Museum

  • 510 S. Bedford St
  • Georgetown, DE 19947
  • Phone: (302) 855-9660
  • Region: Sussex
You will be amazed with the museum's collection of antique carriages as well as the many original, restored buildings on the museum property. The Museum is operated by a volunteer staff, so days, see more »

Old Christ Church

  • Chipmans Pond Road and Christ Church Rd.
  • Laurel, DE 19956
  • Region: Sussex
The building, which dates to 1771, is one of only about a dozen churches on the Atlantic coast that predate the revolution and have never been painted, plumbed, or electrified. One steps into another see more »

Old Swedes (Holy Trinity) Church

  • 606 Church St
  • Wilmington, DE 19801
  • Phone: (302) 652-5629
  • Region: New Castle
Built in 1698-1699 by the descendents of the Swedish colonists who founded the New Sweden Colony. see more »

Parson Thorne Mansion

  • 501 NW Front St.
  • Milford, DE 19963
  • Phone: (302) 422-3115
  • Region: Kent
The Parson Thorne Mansion Highlights Milford’s History. If you enjoy touring historic places, studying architecture, or you simply want to learn more about the history of Milford, Delaware, you’ll see more »

Pencader Heritage Museum/Cooch-Dayett Mills

  • 2029 Sunset Lake Rd.
  • Newark, DE 19702
  • Phone: (302) 737-5859
  • Region: New Castle
We are creating an educational environment for students, teachers and interested residents to learn about the history and culture of the Pencader Hundred. Our Cooch Room features pictures and see more »

Possum Point Players

  • 441 Old Laurel Rd
  • Georgetown, DE 19947
  • Phone: (302) 856-4560
  • Region: Sussex
Possum Point Players has the capacity to sit 184 people indoors. There is a piano and risers on the premises. There is also Motorcoach parking located at the venue as well. see more »

Quaker Hill Historic Preservation Foundation

  • 521 N. West St
  • Wilmington, DE 19801
  • Phone: (302) 655-2500
  • Region: New Castle
The Quaker Hill Historic Preservation Foundation is a non-profit organization established in 1992 to aid in the restoration and preservation of the Quaker Hill Historic District in Wilmington, see more »

Read House and Gardens

  • 42 The Strand
  • New Castle, DE 19720
  • Phone: (302) 322-8411
  • Region: New Castle
Visit the Read House when exploring historic New Castle. Located in the heart of Delaware's Colonial Capital on the Delaware River, three miles south of the Delaware Memorial Bridge, the Read House see more »

Rehoboth Beach Historical Society Museum

  • 511 Rehoboth Ave
  • Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971
  • Phone: (302) 227-7310
  • Region: Sussex
Founded in 1975, the Society's mission is to preserve and showcase artifacts that illustrate the development of the community see more »

Rockwood Park and Mansion

  • 610 Shipley Rd
  • Wilmington, DE 19809
  • Phone: (302) 761-4340
  • Region: New Castle
Rockwood is a 150 year old estate that is now a public park featuring a six acre historic garden and a mansion with a museum. Joseph Shipley, a Quaker merchant banker, built Rockwood between 1851 and see more »
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