23420 Sussex Highway
Seaford, DE 19973
Phone: (302) 628-5400
Fax: (302) 629-2221
Arts & Museums
Seaford's history is displayed at this museum. The original map of Seaford and a special exhibit from the DuPont Company highlighting the development of nylon, which was first manufactured in Seaford, can be seen.
This nostalgic museum features Woodland Ferry history, restored antique tractors, carpenter's tools and other artifacts. Tours are available by appointment.
More than 600 dolls located in the Delaware Technical and Community College Library.
Historic buildings once owned by Mr. Marvel including the Barrel Roof Barn, the Epworth Methodist Episcopal Church, the Workman Barn, the Lynch Building , and the Blacksmith Shop.
Located in the old Hurst and Brother Service Station and Confectionary Shop, the Vienna Heritage Museum features artifacts, antiques, and historic memorabilia from the Vienna area. Equipment from the last operating family button factory in the country, the Martinek Button Factory, is also on display.
The Milford Museum housed in a former post office building, gives us an idea of the history of Milford city and its beginnings on the Mispillion River. The museum has a huge collection of spoons, coins and novelties from a bygone era. Some of the exhibits explain the architecture, early settlements and interesting articrafts. The museum gives you a look at the rich heritage of the city's varied architecture and settlements. The display of the antique doll collection and informative photographs are not to be missed out. Guided tours are available and the in house library explains in detail the rich history of Delaware state.
Housed in a former post office building, the Milford Museum
Historical display of early ship-building tools and records.
Reproduction 18th century Eastern Shore Virginia tobacco barn, the Heritage Centre houses the Historical Society's collection and serves as its museum and headquarters.
Museum consists of three historic districts in Salisbury and is truly a museum without walls.
Displays original, fine art work by local and regional artists.
Located across Schumaker Drive is The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art. Named after Ward brothers, who were pioneers in wildfowl or decoy carvings, it’s a space dedicated to wildfowl art and it educates the visitors about the same. This museum also attempts to understand the interesting relationship between humans and nature. Apart from that, it also conducts various educational programs and sessions for youth and students. For more details, check the website.