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Learn about the heroic men that risked their lives to rescue those in peril and prevent shipwrecks along the Delaware’s pristine coastline. Originally constructed in 1876 for use by the U.S. Lifesaving Service, the Station and Museum are situated on the Delaware Seashore State Park Beach and are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Join the captain and crew on a one-of-a-kind exploration of the Delaware Bay! The Kalmar Nyckel is Delaware’s seagoing goodwill ambassador that serves as a sea and land-based learning and recreational vessel.
Woodburn has served as the official residence of the Governor of Delaware since it was purchased by the State in 1965. This Middle Period Georgian mansion was built in 1798 by Charles Hillyard, III, and is a must-see attraction for the Delaware traveler!
The Mount Cuba Center is a lovely 630-acre DuPont country estate. Mt. Cuba is committed to the study, conservation, and appreciation of plants native to the Appalachian Piedmont Region through garden presentation, instruction, and research. Gain knowledge about the history, design, and plant diversity that make the Mt. Cuba Center a unique regional treasure.