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In keeping with the provisions of Gov. Carney’s declaration of a state of emergency which went into effect on March 24, 2020, Delaware state agencies, including the Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs, remain open in order to serve the public during the difficult times arising from the coronavirus pandemic.
In accord with the declaration, the division has implemented a number of social distancing measures designed to safeguard the health of both community members and division employees. Consequently, the public is urged to interact with the division electronically rather than visiting division offices.
Interaction with division staff is available via the following methods:
Engagement with the staff of the division’s museums
Also, in keeping with the state of emergency declaration, the division’s five museums are closed until further notice. However, staff members are continuing to work and will be providing opportunities for the public to engage with Delaware history from home via social media. Go to the following for more information.
Interaction with the staff of the Buena Vista conference center is available via the following methods:
Buena Vista conference center, New Castle