Delaware is often referred to as a precious piece of jewel on the eastern coast of the United States. Lying between Washington DC and New York, Delaware is a dream destination for people. Offering a scenic view almost always and backed by a vibrant past, Delaware has much to show to visitors.
Delaware is full of picturesque parks, museums, beaches, jungles, racing events, sports centers, and sprawling universities. There’s a lot to see and do in Delaware.
Delaware has a splendid past. Museums are an integral part of any tour to Delaware. Museums here will excite the traveler more than anywhere else in the world. Not just museums, Delaware has famous monuments that appeal to the history-hungry traveler. Such monuments are built to felicitate the achievements and sacrifices of people. It also pays its respect to the heritage, and culture of Delaware.
One such place is a nature-bountiful estate called Winterthur Museum. With beautiful gardens beset, the place still retains the eighteenth century charm. It is the residence of Henry Francis DuPont. This person was a plant lover and also a collector of valuable artifacts. This museum shows Henry’s collection. The collection is a variety of things like furniture, and paintings.
Another museum called Delaware Museum of Natural History showcases exhibits that make people think and educate themselves about real-world things. One can get to solve games and puzzles. Dinosaur skeletons will reveal how why Spielberg made Jurassic Park with so much conviction!
Animals and mammals are exhibited in their natural environment. This is what makes it really natural. A must-see is the variety of sea shells at display. Much has been talked and written about the seashell gatherings at the museum. Exotic and rare sea shells are at display here.
Another museum called the Hagley Museum has print documentation on America’s past. The advents made in the field of business and technology in America is stored in the form of books here.