Ready to enjoy your weekend? Here is a round-up of things to do and places to explore.

Collections: A virtual concert & fireside chat with John Walthausen 
New Castle 
April 9 

Step into the Read House virtually this Friday, April 9th, for a performance by John Walthausen, an internationally acclaimed harpsichordist and organist.

Haiku Garden at the Freeman Arts PavillionFreeman Stage Socially Distant Concert
Selbyville
April 1-May 2

Celebrate National Poetry Month and explore the outdoor display of large stones featuring a variety of haikus. Enjoy the fresh air while learning about this ancient art form. 

Lewes Tulip Celebration
Lewes
April 2-11

In honor of the arrival of spring, a spectacular series of family-friendly activities are available all around Lewes! There will be gallery exhibitions featuring local artists, sidewalk plant sales, guided walking tours, and more.

Spring Fling for Families at Winterthur Gardens, Museum, and Library
Wilmington
April 9

Experience a whole new world this weekend at Winterthur! Spend your Friday exploring the Enchanted Woods, a fairy-tale magical landscape featuring playful music, crafts, Harvest ridgeand games.

Rivers & Rhodes at Harvest Ridge Winery
Marydel
April 10

From 4:30 PM until 7:30 PM, Harvest Ridge Winery is hosting local musical duo Rivers & Rhodes for a night of delicious refreshments paired with award-winning entertainment. Come out for a night of free music & fine wine!

Garden Enthusiast Tour at Mt. Cuba Center
Hockessin
April 10

Explore the grounds at the Mt. Cuba Center on a two-hour guided tour by an expert botanist. Tickets include admission for the day, so plan to stay for a picnic or a quiet moment in the gardens after your tour.

Bonus weekend adventure ideas:Botanic Gardens

  • Explore your craft beer taste buds when you travel to locations on the DE on Tap app. Be sure to check in to each brewery you try out for your chance to win a prize!
  • Experience an outdoor adventure at one of Delaware’s State Parks.
  • Create lasting memories along the Delaware Discoveries Trail! With eleven pieces of interactive street art, you will want to capture this perfect Insta-worthy moment and be sure to tag #DelawareDiscoveries!


Before visiting Delaware be sure to view our Go-To-Guide for tips on how to Explore Safely. Please remember to plan ahead and maintain social distancing. Please wear a face covering and bring hand sanitizer. Make sure to review guidelines before arriving at your destination. Some locations may be operating under different capacity or require reservations. Please remember to stay home if you are sick.