Tours & Things To Do

All types of groups and sizes are drawn to Delaware’s Quaint Villages variety of attractions, events, and things to see.  With its ease of access and affordability, our community of parks, excursions, museums, restaurants, and casinos offer something for different tastes and budgets.

Discover our villages’ free museums and attractions like the Air Mobility Command Museum , Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge , the Johnson Victrola Museum,  Milford Museum,  the First State Heritage Park, and more.

Create your own story when your group enjoys a NASCAR experience at the Dover International Speedway or the 100+ bands and musicians performing at the Firefly Musical Festival every June.  Or immerse in the local flavor of free, hometown events like Dover Days, the Bowers Beach Buccaneer Bash, Amish Auctions, 18th Century Market Fair, Wyoming Peach Festival, Dover Air Show, and others throughout the year.

Let us help you plan your trip to Delaware’s Quaint Villages by utilizing our complimentary group itinerary and visitors services.  Contact our Sales & Event Manager, John Doerfler at jdoerfler@visitdelawarevillages.com or call 302-734-4888 x103

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John Bell House

John Bell House

The oldest wooden structure on The Green serves as the interpretive center for the First State Heritage Park, where visitors can learn about the history of…

Johnson Victrola Museum

Johnson Victrola Museum

The museum highlights the life and achievements of Delaware's native son, Eldridge Reeves Johnson, founder of the Victor Talking Machine Company and a…

Old State House

Old State House

Built in 1791, the Old State House served as Delaware's capitol during the United States' critical early years as a nation. With additions and…

St. Jones Reserve

St. Jones Reserve

The St. Jones Reserve component of the Delaware National Estuarine Research Reserve (DNERR) is located on the north shore of the St. Jones River, off Kitts…

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