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Things to do in Delaware
Dover - tour and experience the historic Legislative Hall
The Legislative Hall in Dover is a magnificent looking Georgian style building, with the centre span being built from hand made bricks, and an interior design style very reminiscent of the 18th century. The Hall was first dedicated in 1933 and has housed the states legislature ever since, with expansions in 1965-70 and 1994, to cope with an ever increasing number of staff and documents. There is an impressive gallery of former Governors, as well as other historic figures from the state. Tours of the Hall are available, but need to be booked in advanced. Whilst photography is permitted in certain areas, you may not use cameras when the legislature is sitting.
Dover - see the world’s largest monster at the speedway race track
If you have a racetrack whose nickname is the “monster mile” it makes sense to name your mascot, Miles the Monster, and this is exactly what they have done at the Dover International Speedway. As you approach the racetrack you can see the 46 feet high monster, over a mile away, which is not surprising, as it is the world’s largest monster. The base has granite plaques with the names of the Dover NASCAR winners since 1969 and is large enough to go on listing these until 2035.
Lewes - build sandcastles at wonderful Lewes Beach
With miles of golden sand and gentle shelving beaches, Lewes offers an ideal beach holiday for the whole family, with plenty of fun things to do. A popular family favourite is sandcastle building, and there a number of companies that can show you how to building large and stunning designs, that will have passers by gasping. The quiet sand dunes at the rear of the beaches offer a sanctuary for wildlife, that can often be seen.
Newark - go see and walk the Cooch's Bridge
There are a number of sites on the Eastern Seaboard, where patriots fought the British during the War of Independence, but remarkably there is only 1 battle site in the state of Delaware. 700 American troops ambushed the British army, who were heading for Philadelphia at Cooch’s Bridge and although defeated held up the British long enough to affect their future attacks. Adjacent to the bridge is Cooch House, which is still standing since its construction in 1760.
Newark - step back in history at the Iron Hill Museum
The Iron Hill Museum is a collection of just about everything from the history of the region. It is pledged to preserve the areas heritage, and to teach future generations the struggles and successes that went into building the town. There are a large number of displays to see including the history of mining in the area as well as the ancient Lenni Lenape, who use to live in the area. There is a special festival, held every May, so check the dates when this is happening if you are around during that time.
Rehoboth Beach - spend an exicting day at Jungle Jim's Amusement Park
For the ultimate place to spend time with your friends, book a group visit to Jungle Jim’s Amusement Park and go crazy on the dodgems, play mini golf, in one of the 6 bullpens or chase your friends to the top of the rock climbing wall. Alternatively get wet in the water park that has a range of rides, from the slightly damp to soaking wet.
Rehoboth Beach - spend and spend at the Tanger Outlet Center
A shopping paradise, the Tanger Outlet Center, at Rehoboth Beach is in fact a combination of 3 different shopping centers, containing over 130 retail outlets, including international name brands such as Nike and GAP. it is part of the group of Tanger Outlet Centers. Each month the center holds special events, so look out for what is happening, when you are in the area, you be able to pick up a bargain.
Seaford - explore the Ross Mansion and Plantation
The buildings that make up the Ross Mansion and Plantation are some of the best restored and maintained in Delaware. They are there, as a result of the work of the Seaford Historical Society. In addition to the lovely main building, and its pristine Victorian interiors, the plantation also houses the last intact slaves quarters in the state. There are occasionally Civil War re- enactments that take place in the grounds, which are also available for private parties and weddings.
Wilmington - take photo with the World's Largest Frying Pan
People are always trying to go one better and building the largest “something,” but the town of Wilmington’s claim to fame is that it is home to the world’s largest frying pan. Used for cooking chicken for 48 years, this 10 foot wide frying pan was created in 1950 and has cooked over 100 tons of chicken. As well as the frying pan there are a series of photographs and articles showing its history, and uses over the years.
Wilmington - visit Frawley ballpark Stadium
Home to the Blue Rocks and its famous mascot, Rocky Bluewinkle Frawley Stadium is primarily a baseball stadium, but thanks to its size and location in Wilmington it frequently hosts concerts and other events. The ballpark was built in 1993 and in addition to the baseball square there are a number of stores and franchises. The park also has 3 picnic areas where families can enjoy a view of the game, while enjoying a family picnic.
Introduction of Delaware
Delaware is situated in the United States' mid-Atlantic region on the Atlantic Coast. Nicknamed 'The First State', Delaware boasts a wide and varied range of cultural and historical attractions. Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the extensive recreational activities. Campgrounds, parks, rivers and forests provide the perfect playground for some of the city's most adventurous outdoor pursuits. Whether you are looking for fishing, cycling, horseback riding, canoeing, golfing, boating or hunting options, this state offers something for everyone. Outstanding beach hotels in Delaware are available for those visitors wishing to explore the scenic coastline. First-class establishments that can be pre-booked online are to be found in all of the state's main cities such as Newark, Dover, Wilmington, Delaware Downtown and Milford. Budget-friendly accommodations, along with comfortable motels are widely available as well. Plenty of campsites surrounded by densely forested areas provide the most ideal lodging options for backpackers, nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts.