Social distancing doesn’t have to mean losing touch with your urge to explore. Today’s technology lets us all “visit” a variety of Delaware destinations, via virtual tours and online exhibitions. So settle back, situate yourself, and get ready to take off without leaving your seat:

Biggs Museum of American Art
The Biggs Museum of Amerivan Arts invites you to enjoy a virtual tour of our feature exhibition, Stephen Althouse: "Relics".  Virtual Group Tours are available, simply share this tour with family and friends who are also stuck at home.

Delaware Art Museum exhibits
Delaware’s premier visual arts museum gives idle art lovers a chance to enjoy unique perspectives of our nation’s picturesque journey—exhibits range from Contemporary to American Illustrators. (If you’re hunkering down nearby, stop by for a real-life stroll at the charming outdoor sculpture garden.)

Delaware City Street Stroll
This one is fun: Using Google Street View, you get to explore the nooks and crannies of this easy-going riverside village, just as if you were standing there now on a bright and sunny day.

Endless Discoveries in Delaware
Start with a breezy, sunshiny 360-degree virtual tour of Delaware’s best sights and sounds at’s home page. Headphones or earbuds help make it a truly immersive experience as you canoe through Trap Pond State Park, stroll Rehoboth Beach boardwalk and romp through the palacial grounds of Nemours Estate.

Feel at home in Winterthur
Speaking of DuPont mansions, check the website of Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library, where visitors can wander and click through collections, exhibitions past, and digital collaborations with other art destinations.

Gold mine: Delaware Public Archives
People are surprised how easy it is to become delightfully obsessed with this time-warp portal into yesterday’s Delaware. Collections brim with compelling photos, powerful words, lost voices.

Lewes Town Tour
If you’ve been to Lewes, you probably miss the feeling right now: The breezy summer afternoons, the dinners with friends, the shopping and strolling down Second Street, without a care in the world …