Some popular destinations in Delaware include...
The largest city in Delaware, Wilmington hosts
an array of cultural events and attractions. Wilmington
is the host to the state's oldest zoo, the Brandywine
Zoo, located in the heart of Brandywine Park.
Throughout the city and surrounding area, 18th-
and 19th-century architecture sits side by side
modern office towers and shopping centers
and area attractions, amenties and dining reflect
this same blend of historic charm and dynamic
Rehoboth Beach has a mile-long boardwalk
which allows for bike riding, strolling or jogging. Other activities and special
events include miniature golf, arcades, a small amusement park, bandstand musical
entertainment and numerous festivals. Here you can sit and watch the sunrise,
enjoy our many migrating dolphins and our latest visitors, pelicans.
Dewey Beach to the south is a natural sandbar
community that boasts an ocean on one side of the street and a bay on the other.
This area is popular for water sports such as skimboarding, windsurfing, and
catamaran sailing. Sunsets over the bay provide a romantic atmosphere and enhance
Bethany Beach and South Bethany
Bethany Beach and South Bethany are located along Delaware's Atlantic coastline,
and are two of the coastal towns that make up Delaware's "Quiet Resorts."
Delaware's capital city dates back to the late 1600s. Today, along with the
richness of history, there is a full range of activities and interests for the
whole family. Dover features both Colonial and Victorian
architecture, with beautifully restored businesses and private residences. The
historic Green and Loockerman Street are great places for strolling or shopping.