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As one of the Thirteen Colonies that broke away from the British Empire and started the American Revolution, Delaware has a long, charming, and distinguished history and culture. On December 7, 1787, Delaware became the first state to ratify the Constitution of the United States and has since been known as The First State. Delaware may be small – in fact, one of the state’s nicknames is “The Small Wonder” – but there is a lot to do and see in such a small area.

The Delaware coast has 28 miles of beaches that draw residents of Wilmington, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C. Delaware is also home to several historic residencies, and estates once occupied by some of America’s richest industrial families.

Let’s take a look at a few of the many attractions Delaware has to offer:

  • The Hagley Museum and Library. A good place to start your tour of Delaware is the Hagley Museum and Library that is a National Historic Landmark, National Historic Trail, and Historic Engineering Landmark. Located in Wilmington, the largest city in Delaware, the Hagley Museum is synonymous with the famous du Pont gunpowder mills, gardens, and estates. The DuPont Company was founded in Hagley in 1892 and was the center of the black powder industry. The stone ruins of that industry are still standing, as well as many restored buildings linked to that industry, and the first du Pont family home. The visitor center has the facts of how the fledgling industry began with the help of the Brandywine River as more techniques for harnessing the power of water evolved. The barn is jam-packed with a montage of vintage vehicles of earlier days, and the museum contains everything about the du Pont industry, from the details of the du Pont family and innovation, to artifacts of explosives, and the vast array of products manufactured by the du Pont company. Finally, don’t forget to stop at the gift shop and pick up a few unique, one-of-a-kind mementos of your visit.
  • Brandywine Creek State Park. While you are in the area of Hagley your next stop is Brandywine State Park. This massive park covers 933 acres and is a nature lover’s paradise. The fishing in Brandywine Creek will keep even the most avid fisherman busy with several species of fish like bluegill, smallmouth bass, crappie, and the creek also offers tubing, kayaking, and canoeing. Bird watchers will marvel at the impressive display of hawks, songbirds, American Kestrels, Blue Birds, and Eastern Meadowlarks. For fitness enthusiasts there are several trails for hiking, running, and leisurely strolling. There is plenty of room for picnics amid the open meadows, the grandiose tulip poplar trees, and the wildlife sightings.
  • Grand Opera House. Wilmington is also home to the Grand Opera House and is the place in the city for a broad range of entertainment: The Delaware Symphony, the Fiest State Ballet Theater, Opera Delaware, and classic concerts and dance. The venue seats 1,140 people and there is not a bad seat anywhere in the building. The building is a restored 1871 Victorian theater that was originally a Masonic Temple and auditorium and has played host to many types of entertainment and performers: vaudeville, operas, burlesque, symphonies, minstrel shows, Victorian melodramas, “Buffalo Bill” Cody, John Phillips Sousa, Ethel Barrymore, and “Texas Jack” Omohundro. When visiting Wilmington be sure to check out the happenings at the Grand Opera House; there is bound to be something going on of interest.
  • The Delaware Art Museum. No visit to Wilmington is complete without seeing the Delaware Art Museum. The museum is home to a vast compilation of various art styles and displays: American Art, Contemporary Art, Pre-Raphaelite paintings, rotating exhibitions, a wide variety of performances, events, and classes. Especially captivating is the in-depth look at the collection of works and papers of Howard Pyle, a Wilmington native best know for his illustrations in the books of Mark Twain. Stroll through the Copeland Sculpture Garden located on the lawns of the museum and behold the captivating works, especially the massive 13-foot Crying Giant by Tom Otterness and Three Rectangles Horizontal Jointed Gyratory III by George Rickey.
  • Nemours Estate. No visit to Wilmington is complete without taking in the stately, regal, and stunning beauty of the Nemours Estate. Alfred I. DuPont married his second wife, Alicia, in 1907 and was not shy about expressing his love. The Nemours Estate was built for her and Alfred spared no expense in hiring a prominent, renowned, and respected architectural firm to design the mansion in the exact late-18th-century French style that Alicia admired and cherished. The estate is an architectural work of art, both inside and out. The mansion and gardens are immaculate and the tour is fascinating.
  • Delaware's Old State House. Located on the historic Green in Dover, this majestic, Georgian-style structure was built in 1792, and, as would be expected, is a historian’s delight. Original documents, historical photographs and paintings, and numerous artifacts are on display and tell the tale of 224 years of government use. As time passed and the government expanded the building was forced to expand as well, with many wings added to accommodate the added bureaucratic workload. The painting of George Washington in 1802 by artist Denis A. Volozan measures an impressive seven feet by five feet and is startlingly and eerily lifelike. The house chamber has several paintings depicting the at-times forgotten War of 1812, and the geometric staircase that was the entrance to the state’s legislative chambers is an architectural marvel. The Old State House has long held a special place for Delaware natives and tourists as well. Drop-in and see it for yourself.
  • John Dickinson Plantation. Known as the “Penman of the American Revolution” due to his drafting of the Articles of Confederation in 1778, John Dickinson personifies the Delaware state motto of “Liberty and Independence”, and the John Dickinson Plantation is another “must-see” attraction in Dover. Considered by some to be an “unsung founding father” a tour of the plantation will introduce you to Dickinson’s work and accomplishments and also allow you to experience the daily rituals of life on the plantation with the staff dressed in the costumes of the time and the original structures still in place.
  • Air Mobility Command Museum Dover. From the vintage planes that done so much to win WWII to today’s modern marvels of aviation, this collection of aircraft will delight both casual observers and aviation nerds. The massive hangar hosts a riveting collection of planes: The C-131D Samaritan, the PT-17 Kaydet, the C-123 Provider, the C-60 Lodestar, and many more. Discover the challenges of air refueling and airlifting in a combat zone, and the history of the Dover Air Force Base. There is definitely something special about these formidable, imposing, magnificent creations and to fully experience that feeling you must see them in person, stand next to them, and enter them. The Air Mobility Command Museum in Dover is the place to do it!
  • Delaware Beaches. As mentioned earlier, Delaware has a scant 28 miles of Atlantic coastline. But Delaware takes full advantage of what they have with several beaches and parks. Rehoboth Beach offers the most attractions with several restaurants and boutiques, but don’t overlook Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach, Fenwick Island, and the Delaware State Park.
  • Winterthur Museum and Gardens. In the early 20th century, H.F. du Pont and his father, Henry Algernon du Pont, designed the estate in the style of 18th and 19th-century European country homes. The mansion sits on 979 acres and has an incredible 175 rooms. The Winterthur Library is filled with more than 87,000 volumes and 500,000 manuscripts that span several different topics: architecture, decorative arts, and American history. The museum, garden, surrounding park, and exhibitions will keep you engrossed for hours. The house is so gigantic that no one tour covers it all; you will need to come back a few times to see it all so don’t be in a hurry!
  • The Nanticoke Indian Museum. Founded in 1984, the Nanticoke Indian Museum in Millsboro is the only Native American museum in Delaware and is listed as a historical landmark. The artifacts on display include ceramics, animal skins, taxidermy animals, arrowheads, spears, textiles, a traditional wooden canoe, and stone artifacts dating as far back as 9,500 B.C. No tour of Delaware is complete without discovering the traditions, culture, and history of Delaware’s early inhabitants.

But there is no sense in visiting Delaware (or anywhere else) if you are too tired, too aching, and too depressed to enjoy your visit.

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