As spring blooms, come discover Delaware’s unique and scenic natural landscapes. Here are 5 ways to celebrate Earth Day in Delaware:

Sunrise in Bethany BeachExplore the Delaware Outdoor Trail: Watch the sunrise over the ocean as you explore sandy trails or bike your way through the Amish countryside. On the Delaware Outdoor Trail, you can explore more than 40 statewide locations on an epic adventure. Download the passport and you can earn a prize!   

Discover the Delaware State Parks: From Earth Day hikes and statewide celebrations to the coast-to-coast clean up at Delaware Seashore State Park, come unplug and explore the Delaware State Parks.    

Experience Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge: Join the Jr. Rangers to Celebrate Earth Day at Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge. Children between the ages of 7-11 years old will build a bird feeder and experience this top destination for migratory birding. Event is from 9:30 a.m. - Noon. Register ahead by calling 302-653-9345.

Mt. Cuba CenterStroll through beautiful Delaware gardens: Celebrate Earth Day with a stroll through one of Delaware’s scenic gardens. Be immersed in the naturalistic gardens of Mt. Cuba Center or Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library with scenic meadows and new blooms greeting spring every day. Or celebrate spring fling at Lavender Fields in Milton on Saturday, April 20th. Come explore spring in Delaware.

Celebrate the history: Join the Delaware History Museum for their celebration “Every day should be Earth Day.” You’ll experience a 19 ft. interactive exploration of our amazing world. As well as, crafts, games and a look at the history of Earth Day.