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Rainy day things to do in Delaware
Rainy days are the perfect kind of days to explore some of Delaware’s plentiful and affordable indoor attractions. We have a few favorite rainy day activities to share, should you decide that the weather simply will not dampen your vacation spirit:
Spending some time at the beach? Entertain the kids with a day of action at Lefty's Alley & Eats, the new entertainment center features more than a dozen bowling lanes and a two-story arena for laser tag. Plus, savory cuisine from Lefty’s bar and restaurant. Or jump on over to Shell We Bounce, an inflatable bounce house recreational center for kids. Up for a challenge with the family? Head over to Escape Rehoboth for a mysterious afternoon.
Shop for tax-free bargains at the Tanger Outlets, on Del. 1 near Lewes. Check out the Apple and Microsoft Store at Christiana Mall for big savings on electronic goodies or spend the day window shopping for perfect fashion accessory.
Take a tour (and get a craft beer tasting) at the locations on the Delaware Beer, Wine and Spirits Trail including the Dogfish Head Brewery in Milton or Mispillion River Brewing in Milford. If wine is more to your taste, visit a local winery for a tour and tasting including Harvest Ridge Winery, Nassau Valley Vineyard plus, more.
Dine out! Sample the flavors at one of the Top 10 Delaware restaurants that win Yelp raves.
Catch a concert. There’s always some good music brewing at World Cafe Live (Wilmington); and the Bottle & Cork (Dewey Beach).
Engage and inspire the kids with a visit to a Delaware museum or art gallery including the Delaware Childrens Museum, Delaware Art Museum, Delaware Museum of Natural History, Biggs Museum of American Art or Zwaanendael Museum.
Take a step back in time and discover the First State on the Delaware History Trail, a collection of sites throughout site. Complete the trail and we will send a copy of the “Landmarks and Legacies” – Delaware history book with photography by Kevin Fleming.
Play slots or try your hand at poker at one of the state’s three full-service casinos.