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These historic buildings that make up the New Castle Historical Society include the 1700 Dutch House and the 1730 Amstel House which display early Dutch furnishings and local...
Known as the oldest surviving government building in Delaware and visitors can learn how New Castle, Kent and Sussex counties declared their independence from Pennsylvania and...
Exhibits on town life and area history.
This military and park museum complex located in the 1859 former barracks of Civil War Fort Delaware on Pea Patch Island is accessible by boat only displays military artifacts,...
Built between 1851 and 1854, Rockwood's Gothic revival architecture and enchanting landscape were designed to reflect the beauty of an English country estate. In the museum, you...
The historic house museum built in 1734 by Judge William Hancock and was the scene of the Revolutionary War's British Massacre on March 21, 1778. The house displays collections of...
Fort Mott was part of a coastal defense system designed for the Delaware River in the late 1800s. The fortifications seen today at Fort Mott were erected in 1896 in anticipation...
The museum displays collections of works by national and regional contemporary artists in all media and crafts.
Built in 1690 by a Swedish farmer, the house was moved in 1958 to its current location and restored.
Collections of documents and artifacts related to Delaware history, silver, decorative arts, furniture, paintings, costumes, restored jail cells and the 1798 Old Town Hall, the...