As many of my personal friends know, I lived in Delaware for about four to five years. I always enjoyed the Libraries, and some of the dining, but I never got to enjoy some of the following spots in the First State. If you get to take a day or two or three off from Philadelphia, please enjoy yourself and enjoy Delaware. There is some real Peace and Quiet in many areas like, well, most of the State. ENJOY!!! Visit: www.visitdelaware.com for the latest sights and places to visit in the First State.
** The Delaware Art Museum is in Wilmington, Delaware at 2301 Kentmere Parkway. If you are visiting the great state of Delaware or planning to move there soon, the museum is a great place to visit. Call: 1 (302) 571 - 9590 to find out when the museum is open and what it cost to enter the museum.
** Delaware also has some other museum-like places to visit such at Winterthur in Delaware's Brandy wine Valley on Route 52, between I-95 and Route 1. Featured: A collection of American antiques; early American art and beautiful family items from the DuPont's, which as you know, is a major wealthy American family with strong roots in the Delaware area. Call 1 (800) 448- 3883 for more information or go to: www.winterthur.org for more information.
** Visit all the shops, dine, and discover all the historical area in New Castle, Delaware. Visit: www.HistoricalNewCastle.com
** Visit the Delaware Museum of Natural History and see all the pre-historic sites from the BC era. the Address is: 4840 Kennett Pike, Wilmington, Delaware. Call: (302) 658-9111 for details of cost and directions.
** Discover Plants native to the U.S. at Mt. Cuba Center, Inc. in Hockessin, Delaware. They are located at 3120 Barley Mill Road. For more information visit: www.mtcubcenter.org
** I have never been to Harry's in Delaware, but I know where one is and I have always wanted to go. Too expensive for me, but I have heard the food is worth every dime in taste and enjoyability. visit: www.harryshospitalitygroup.com and find out what all the excitement is about.