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Fall in Delaware
Fall in love with Delaware's Autumn Glow! Come discover the rich and vibrant colors of fall foliage in Delaware while traveling along the state's scenic byways, into its historic towns and through its beautiful state parks. Experience the wonders of Mother Nature as Delaware transforms from the lush green of summer to the deep crimson of autumn.
While enjoying the sights and sounds of the fall season, sip your way along the Delaware Beer, Wine and Spirits Trail with stops at the scenic Nassau Valley Vineyard or Harvest Ridge Winery. The color and intensity of fall foliage can shift in the blink of an eye. Now is the perfect time to plan your weekend getaway.
The latest forecast from The Weather Channel says Delaware’s fall foliage will peak in early November. The Farmer’s Almanac predicts it will start in mid-October. For updated reports on Fall Foliage in Delaware, please click here.
Be mesmerized by the picturesque beauty of the changing season while traveling through Brandywine Valley's rolling hills, or stroll through grand DuPont estates framed by stunning fall foliage. Plus, experience historic haunts on nighttime ghost tours!
Hike through scenic trails and watch the ever-changing shades of fall foliage in Delaware while in the central part of the state. Central Delaware is a top location to view bird migration with a wide variety of species flying along the east coast. During the fall season, the area is also home to the Delaware Wine & Beer Festival and the Fifer Orchards Fall Fest.
Immerse yourself in the beautiful landscapes, tranquil settings and charming small towns of southern Delaware. From kayaking alongside baldcypress trees to bird watching amid scenic fall foliage, let the region become an escape into days of relaxation. The southern portion of the state is also home to exciting fall festivals including the Bridgeville Apple-Scrapple Festival, the Annual Sea Witch Halloween & Fiddler's Festival and much more!