- TripBuzz discovered 91 different types of activities for couples in the Dover area, including Historic Sites (like John Dickinson Plantation), Specialty Museums (like Johnson Victrola Museum), Beaches (like Pickering Beach) and Race Tracks (like Dover International Speedway), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 47 date ideas in or near Dover, Delaware, including 30 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Milford, Middletown, Smyrna and Felton.
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Pickering Beach provides marine-life enthusiasts and families with an opportunity to observe the seasonal migration of Horseshoe Crabs to the beach to spawn their eggs. Amenities also include a boat launch for fishing, but the highlight is watching the variety of birds and the crabs.
Kent County Theatre Guild features quality theater to the central Delaware community and currently presents four shows each season. The theatre is a 100-seat auditorium and provides every patron with an excellent view of our elevated stage.
Nestled in downtown Dover, Delaware, the Dover Downs is a resort and casino that features gorgeous accommodations, thrilling gaming, delicious food and world-class entertainment. Dover Downs also features a health spa.
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Located in Dover, Delawaare, the Biggs Museum of American Art is a free art museum dedicated to preserving the work of American artists, past and present. Its most impressive holdings include historical wooden furniture, sterling silver tea sets and paintings.
There are always fascinating things for sale at Spence's Bazaar in Dover, Delaware. The flea market features a rotating roster of vendors selling antiques, collectibles and vintage items. Amish foods and fresh baked goods are also available.
Located in the heart of the city that has remained the seat of Delaware's State Government since 1777, First State Heritage Park, encompasses a series of historic buildings. The park has no defined boundaries and includes several museums, governmental landmarks, and more.
Built in 1904 and originally known as the Dover Opera House, the Schwartz Center for the Arts has carried on the historic traditions of the venue. Now featuring live theatre, music, entertainment, and film, plan your visit today.
Dover's Johnson Victrola Museum houses a panoply of memorabilia and exhibits on the history of sound recording and the music recording industry. Parking and museum access are free, and the first floor is wheelchair accessible.