Anna Hazzard Museum - A Camp Meeting Era "Tent" structure housing Rehoboth artifacts and memorabilia. Located at 17 Christian Street in Rehoboth Beach. Please call 302-227-7310 for additional information.
DiscoverSea Shipwreck Museum - Delmarva's premier maritime museum dedicated to preserving our maritime heritage. Admission is free. Please visit their website for more information on exhibits and hours.
Lewes Historical Society - The Lewes Historical Society began in 1961 as local residents identified a need to preserve Lewes' architectural heritage and for an organization to act as a steward for Lewes' past - a history that stretches back to humble Dutch origins in 1631. The Society has been recognized as one of Delaware's greatest assets and has been honored for our efforts by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and by the American Association for State & Local History. The Society celebrates the heritage of Lewes -- "The First Town in The First State!" Please visit their website for additional information.
Nanticoke Indian Museum - An amazing collection of native American artifacts and other libraries. The museum is located at the intersection of Routes 5 and 24, Oak Orchard/Millsboro. Please call 302-945-7022 for additional information.
Overfalls Maritime Museum - Located in historic Lewes on the canal, the Overfalls Museum highlights one of the only remaining, intact light ships. Guided tours are available Friday-Sunday, Memorial Day through Labor Day. Please call 302-645-4733 for additional information.
Rehoboth Art League - The Rehoboth Art League is located in picturesque Henlopen Acres. The facility hosts year-round exhibitions, lectures, concerts and workshops for adults and children in many diverse fields. For more information, please visit their website.
Rehoboth Beach Museum - The Rehoboth Beach Museum showcases post-1891 collections of Rehoboth Beach archives, photographs and memorabilia. The museum is located next to the Rehoboth Beach Chamber of Commerce Office at 511 Rehoboth Avenue. Call 302-227-7310 for more information.
Zwaanendael Museum - The Zwaanendael Museum is a replica of the city hall in Hoorn, Netherlands, which was dedicated in 1931 to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the first settlement in what is now Delaware. Seafaring artifacts, sunken treasures and more! Admission is free, tours are available. Please call 302-645-1148 for more information.