William Penn Day brought a day of Colonial era-inspired performances and storytelling to the New Castle Court House Museum this fall.
Hundreds of area students recently got to experience the wonders of historical exploration first-hand.
Marshmallows have been around for thousands of years, and this Nov. 30, Zwaanendael Museum is bringing back an ancient recipe.
Archaeological excavations at the Buena Vista property have uncovered the real use of a small, white outbuilding.
The New Castle Court House Museum and First State National Historical Park recently hosted a naturalization ceremony for 20 people from 12 different countries.
The Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs raises $1,500 during the 2023 State Employees’ Charitable Campaign
The Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs raised more than $1,500 for multiple nonprofit organizations during the 2023 State Employees’ Charitable Campaign. Find out how!
Join staff at historic sites and museums across the state for several programs and events, including holiday themes, this December.
The public is invited to participate in forums on Nov. 28 and Dec. 1 to learn more about the division’s work engaging descendant communities.
Do you love Delaware history? If you’ve ever considered working in the field, a job, internship or volunteering opportunity with the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs may be the perfect fit for you!
The public will soon be able to explore information on a handful of the free and enslaved people who lived, worked and died at the John Dickinson Plantation through an enhanced online spreadsheet that is part of a larger Plantations Stories Project.