Eight of the month’s events celebrate the invaluable contributions that the African American community has made to the culture and history of the United States.
Join the Division in March to learn about women in Delaware history, the HMS DeBraak and more!
Six division-sponsored events honor and celebrate women’s lives and historic achievements.
New digital feature highlights local music and historic sites across the First State.
Visitation guidelines in keeping with Gov. Carney’s Phase II reopening of the state.
New Castle Court House Museum, the Johnson Victrola Museum, The Old State House, the John Dickinson Plantation and the Zwaanendael Museum closed for the holiday.
Museums closed on March 24, 2020 in response to the coronavirus state of emergency.
Bayberry candle-making, grave sites of notable New Castle veterans and early recordings of classical music among topics to be explored.
Independence Day, baseball Hall-of-Famer William “Judy” Johnson and campfires at the John Dickinson Plantation to be featured.
Changes to American society in the early 20th century, grave sites of notable New Castle veterans and candle-making among topics to be explored.
Film screenings, and programs on Sherlock Holmes, George M. Cohan and Irving Berlin to be featured.
Highlights of the month include programs on the saving of The Old State House, a symposium on the early Colonial archaeology of the Delaware Valley region and the Zwaanendael Maritime Celebration.
Highlights include events celebrating National Women’s History Month and National Harriet Tubman Day.
18th Century Market Fair, candle making and music of World War I among the events to be presented.
Highlights include programs on the artist who created “His Master’s Voice,” the bombardment of Lewes and a festival at Fort Christina.
Historical play on Caesar Rodney, Native-American programming and Chautauqua tent shows among the activities to be presented.