Delaware - Hotels
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Points of Interest
A great American country estate nestled in the heart of Delaware's beautiful Brandywine Valley, halfway between New York City and Washington, D.C.
Things to Do
Cultural Attractions — From Winterthur's collection of 85,000 pieces of early American decorative arts to the 14 galleries of Dover's Biggs Museum of American Art, Delaware offers an impressive array of paintings, illustrations, furniture, pottery, stained glass and more. For a complete schedule of ongoing and traveling exhibitions.
Historical Attractions — Delaware's history spans from pre-Colonial days to the present. Enjoy museums and monuments that honor all aspects of our rich heritage, from the Nanticoke and Lenni-Lenape Indians to agriculture, science and industry through the years. Visit Fort Delaware, which held prisoners of war from Stonewall Jackson's Confederate Army. Explore Old New Castle, the first capital of Delaware, and Dover, the capital today.
Outdoor Activities — Forests, rivers, parks and campgrounds provide the ideal setting for some of the state's best outdoor adventures. Canoeing. Fishing. Golfing. Biking. Hiking. Bird-watching. Horse-riding. Hunting. Boating. There's something for everyone throughout the year, from the 90-mile coastline to the hundreds of miles of nature trails inland.
Beaches — Visit the southern Delaware coastline and such great seafaring towns as historic Lewes, "the nation's summer capital" of Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach and its watersports scene, family-friendly Bethany Beach and laid-back Fenwick Island.
State Parks — With their lakes and nature trails, campsites and fishing holes, Delaware's 14 state parks provide a back-to-basics retreat for visitors of all ages. Within the parks, you'll also find historic buildings, nature centers, cultural programs, tours and plenty of other ways to spend the day.