- TripBuzz found 146 things to do with kids in or near New Castle, Delaware, including 133 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wilmington, Newark, West Chester and Media.
- From Mid-Atlantic Grand Prix to Bowlerama, the New Castle area offers 92 different types of family activities, including: Historic Homes, National & State Parks, Historic Buildings and Bowling.
- Situated on the Delaware River is the waterfront town of New Castle. Home to just over 3,300 residents, the city is famous for it's grand historical district, that features over five hundred registered buildings. The site blends architecture from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, with buildings ranging from historical home sites and churches, to museums and scenic gardens.
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The Christina Riverboat Company offers individuals and groups a scenic and relaxing way to enjoy the sights of Wilmington and it's waterways. The riverboat can be accessed from six docks, making it easily accessible when touring the city.
Delaware Theatre Company has developed into the states largest professional theatre company since its founding in 1979. Producing 5 major productions each season along with successful educational outreach programs, DTC is a cornerstone of the cultural community.
Wilmington Riverwalk is a 1,3 mile-long riverwalk, where the visitor can relax and enjoy the sight of the many species of plants guarding the trail. Birdhouses are all over the place. The Hare pavilion can accommodate 300 people.
Delaware City's Fort Delaware State Park is built on the site of historic Fort Delaware, a Union fort that housed Confederate prisoners during the Civil War. The fort is now popular with Civil War reenactment groups and is available for touring.
At The Playhouse on Rodney Square, visitors can see Broadway musicals, stand up comedy, youth theater, and a variety of other performing arts events. The theater features a Victorian style stage with a large, red velvet curtain.
Wilmington & Western Railroad is the first railroad to be included in the National register of Historic Places. Opened as a tourist attraction in 1966, this 1870 railroad uses steam engines to transport children of all ages back in time, for all occasions, whether for romantic evenings or special celebrations.