Learn Something New — in Surprising Places

There’s no end to the possibility for discovery in Kent County, Delaware. Immerse yourself in our villages’ prestigious architectural history, which includes a landmark Methodist chapel and esteemed state capitol along with beautiful state houses and mansions. Or stop by any of our historical sites, numerous museums, with subjects that range from the classic (American art, agriculture, state house history) to the unconventional (air mobility, Victrola, police history). There’s always something to explore here, and something new to learn, no matter your interests. Take a look below for a better sense of what we have to offer.

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Woodburn and Hall House

Woodburn and Hall House

Woodburn has served as the official residence of the Governor of Delaware since it was purchased by the state in 1965. Today, historians credit Woodburn's…

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