Regional attractions for visitors
Delaware sits in the heart of the mid-Atlantic seaboard, about halfway between Washington, DC and New York City. Consider some of the many nearby attractions:
- Art—Delaware Art Museum, Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts
- Dining—Wilmington Restaurant Directory, Delaware Today Dining Guide, Wilmington & Brandywine Valley Dining Guide
- History—Kalmar Nyckel Tall Ship, Hagley Museum and Library, Winterthur Estate
- Museums—Delaware State Museums, Delaware Museum of Natural History, Historical Society of Delaware Museums
- Outdoor Recreation—Dewey and Rehoboth beaches, Bethany/Fenwick beaches, Cape May-Lewes Ferry, Delaware State Parks, Wilmington Blue Rocks (minor league baseball), Delaware Park (horse racing, golf course)
- Shopping (tax-free)—Christiana Mall, Concord Mall
- Theaters—Dupont Theatre, Delaware Theatre Company, Grand Opera House, University of Delaware PTTP
- Visitor's Guides—Delaware Visitor's Guide, Wilmington/Brandywine Valley, Wilmington
New York City
- Smithsonian Museums—National Air and Space Museum, National Museum of American History, National Museum of the American Indian, Museum of Natural History, the National Zoo, Anacostia Museum & National Center for African American History and Culture.
- National Monuments—Lincoln Memorial, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington Monument.
- Washington National Cathedral
- Washington, DC Visitors Guide
- Washington, DC Convention and Tourism Center