Four Spooky Fall Ghost Tours in Greater Wilmington, Delaware

Posted On August 23, 2017 4:00 PM    |   Scott Ciancio

As a coolness creeps into the air it signifies fall is right around the corner and the perfect time of year for ghost hunting in the historic towns, buildings and structures of Greater Wilmington,
If you have ever spent a weekend binge watching a season of White Collar or the fascinating documentary Sour Grapes on Netflix , you are absolutely going to love the Treasures on Trial exhibit at
Delaware and United States coins have a special relationship. The First State, which has been honored on several of our nation’s coins over the last century, is a short drive (or Main Line ride) from

Exploring Wilmington, Delaware’s Civil War Connection

Posted On May 25, 2017 4:00 PM    |   Scott Ciancio

If you are interested in learning about the hand Delaware played in the Civil War, we have three, history rich, and family friendly attractions to add to your itinerary. First, we recommend grabbing
Attention History Buffs! For the first time in over 10 years, The Kalmar Nyckel will offer public sails departing from Historic New Castle . Sailing enthusiasts, history buffs, and those looking for a

Learn from the Past, Explore Delaware’s Underground Railroad

Posted On February 8, 2017 3:00 PM    |   Scott Ciancio

One of the most interesting stories in the rich history of the state of Delaware is the internal struggle the state faced as a slave state that also had a large free black population during the

Brandywine River Museum of Art: A Look Ahead for 2017

Posted On January 3, 2017 1:00 PM    |   Scott Ciancio

The new year is here, and the Brandywine River Museum of Art has some big things in store for 2017. With their Brandywine Christmas exhibit wrapping up on January 8, the museum is looking ahead to two

A Guide to Visiting Nemours Estate in Wilmington, Delaware

Posted On October 3, 2016 12:01 AM    |   Scott Ciancio

Between the art and antique collection inside the mansion, the stunningly beautiful gardens surrounding it, and the fascinating history of the Du Pont family, there are quite a few reasons to put a
The fall foliage season, when the air is crisp and the trees shimmer in shades of gold and red, is drawing near. While brilliant foliage displays can be witnessed throughout much of the world, many of
The Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art and celebrated chef MacGregor Mann have announced a partnership to create a new dining experience that reflects the quality of the Museum's world-class art