Comfort Suites Maryland/Delaware Border I-95
1570 Elkton Road
Elkton, MD 21921
Phone: (443) 350-9154
Fax: (443) 350-9155
1570 Elkton Road, Elkton, MD, US, 21921
- Phone: (443) 350-9154
- Fax: (443) 350-9155
Arts & Museums
The Iron Hill Museum, operated by the Delaware Academy of Science, is the primary educational resource for the study of human and natural history of the Iron Hill region.
Internationally recognized repository of important mineral specimens from around the world.
Located in a historic building, this center showcases art exhibitions, lectures, poetry readings, workshops and many more special events.
Repository for art objects and cultural artifacts spanning ancient times through the present. Great for students interested in pursuing careers in the field.
Artifacts museum featuring a research library, gallery exhibit, historic log cabin, and replica of a country store from days gone by.
This museum holds an extensive collection of military memorabilia dating from the Revolutionary War up through Desert Storm.
Housed inside the University of Delaware are the University Museums which include the Mineralogical Museum, the Mechanical Hall and the Old College Gallery, all of which have different open hours. The Old College Gallery possesses over 10,000 exhibits with the focus being mostly on vintage and modern photography, while the gorgeous Mechanical Hall is known for its exciting permanent and roving exhibits. The Mineralogical Museum attracts those with a penchant for minerals, rocks, fossils and century-old artifacts that have been meticulously preserved. Note: All galleries have free admission and are open to the general public.
Operated by the American Heart Association, this educational museum offers modern exhibits and interesting classes all designed to help us lead healthier lives. There are 24 high tech, interactive exhibits illustrating how the heart and cardiovascular system work. Open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
See, hear and touch Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Feel the wind in your face and experience the thrill and excitement of traveling the American road. Interactive, educational family fun for all ages. Tour Groups Welcome. Open Mon, Tues, 9a.m.-6p.m./Wed, Thurs, & Fri. 9 a.m.-8 p.m./ Sat. 8 a.m.-8 p.m./ Sun. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Old New Castle Court House is one of the few lasting courthouses of the 1600s. Built in 1775, the building now functions as a museum for local history and culture. Facts suggest that this courthouse was Delaware's first capital building.Call ahead for details.
The Dutch House possesses a huge collection of historical items used by the Dutch who lived in Delaware. Artifacts from the 17th century associated with Dutch lifestyle is worth the time taken to visit this house. Call ahead for details.
Old Library Museum, built in 1892, is a beautiful hexagon-shaped structure possessing some of Newcastle's most interesting artifacts; most of which are derived from the New Castle Library Company.