Fenwick Island is a town in Delaware. The population of the town stands at around five hundred people. Rehoboth beach is situated here. Fenwick Islands is known for its quietness, and is referred to as a quiet getaway. Fenwick Islands are also known for their buzzing vacation atmosphere for solitude seeking people.
Fenwick is derived from the name Thomas Fenwick. This person was an agriculturist from England. At Fenwick Island you can have lots of fun in the summer. The place is ideal for a quiet getaway from the hustle and bustle of an urban life. The town of Lewes is known as a quiet resort, and is referred to in the same vein as Fenwick Island. It along with Fenwick Islands makes up the beach resort area at Delaware. Constitutionally, Delaware is among the first states to be setup in the United States, and Lewes was the first town. So Lewes is also known as the first town in the first state. Lewes was home to settlements from Europe. A look around town will reveal many aspects of Europe. Mainly Dutch people came and settled down here. Dutch traders made the Swan Valley as their trading terminal, which is used for commerce in whales, and other commodities.
Lewes is also a popular vacation spot in Delaware. From Delaware Bay, this town is much closer and lower. Yet, due to its proximity to the beach it is considered a beach resort. You can visit the Zwaanendael Museum here to get to know about the town’s history.
Zwaanendael Museum was constructed to acknowledge the European settlements that happened during 1631. Primarily to felicitate the Dutch settlers, the Zwaanendael Museum looks much like Netherland’s City Hall museum. The museum offers interesting insights into how people lived during that time. It offers a glimpse into the many things people used to live and work. In a way, it shows how different people from different countries shaped America.