1654 N. Dupont Hwy.
Dover, DE 19901
Phone: (302) 736-1204
Fax: (302) 736-3023
Miles the Monster, the Dover International Speedway's mascot since 2000. This massive signature icon originated as this speedway is called Monster Mile. Owing to this, the Monster Monument a fiberglass structure was built in 2008. The winner's name is etched on a granite plaque on the Monster Monument. Miles the Monster is featured on everything related to the Dover Speedway from the winner's trophy to the memorabilia and even the track's tickets.
This city landmark that was constructed in 1798, has been the official residence of Delaware's Governor since 1965. Included in the National Register of Historic Places, it is open for tours from Monday to Friday.
This Georgian residence served as the Governor's mansion until 1965 and once served as a hiding place for the underground railroad. Tours are available by appointment only, but during daylight hours the public is permitted to view the beautiful gardens and trees.
This center features music, dance, movies, and live theater. Independent films, foreign films, classic movies, and Saturday matinees for kids are also shown.
Enjoy year-round adventure featuring controlled deer hunts at Brandywine Creek State Park, open hiking and mountain biking trails.
This mini park features a 12-foot bronze quill on a 4-foot cube inscribed with the US Constitution.
The Johnson Victrola Museum exhibits recordings, trademarks, phonographs, objects and paintings that give us an idea of Johnson Victrola's successful business and the development of the sound-recording industry. This museum is dedicated to one of Delaware's most famous citizens Eldridge Johnson who founded the Victor Talking Machine Company. The museum displays talking machines from the early 19th century and Johnson's memorabilia, which gives us an insight into the fascinating history of the dynamic sound industry.
Designed by William Penn in 1683, this historic site continues to host political rallies and events.
Erected in 1909 and 1912. A charming brick building that was separated from the Old State House (next door) in 1974.
Located in the center of Delaware's government buildings and featuring the state's replica of the Liberty Bell. Open space hosts many festivals and special events.
Built in 1932, Delaware's General Assembly, made up of the Senate and House of Representatives, meets here on the first floor; offices of the governor are located on the second floor. The hall includes a display of paintings of former governors and Delaware's military heroes. Make a reservation before visiting.
Delaware State Capitol is Delaware's state capitol building. This building is also known as the Legislative Hall. It was built during the Great Depression in 1933.