Posts from April 2011

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

Fordham and Old Dominion beers and ales, though distinctively different in taste, are both brewed at the same facility in Dover, less than 10 minutes from the historic John Dickinson Plantation. So

Day 1:

Visit the Read House in Historic New Castle. Built in 1801 by the son of one of Delaware's signers of the Declaration of Independence, it was the largest house in Delaware at that time with

Spend the morning strolling the quaint streets of Rehoboth Beach. Visit art galleries and shop the charming boutique stores on Rehoboth Ave. Enjoy a cup of coffee while walking along the Atlantic

Day 1:

First Fridays in downtown Dover is a celebration of the arts. Stroll tree-lined streets where local businesses host artists, music and offer tax-free shopping.

Later that evening, enjoy a

Day 1:

Begin at the Delaware Art Museum, home to a world renowned collection of American art and illustration as well as the largest collection of British Pre Raphaelite artwork outside of the UK.