- 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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230 N. President Ave., Lancaster, PA MoreLess Info
Lancaster Country's Historical Society is comprised of a library and museum that serves as a historical preservation center to the areas artifacts, books and documents. Locals, as well as historians, enjoy being fully immersed in the areas rich heritage.
Landis Valley Museum is a 100-acre living history village and farms. Visitors to the farm can see how the German immigrants lived in the area from 1740 to 1940 by exploring the village, taking arts and crafts classes, and buying heirloom seeds.
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249 W Main Street, Ephrata, PA 17522 MoreLess Info
Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley is dedicated to discovering, gathering, and preserving materials relative to the heritage of the community known as the Cocalico Valley. The society provides a research library and museum and hosts exhibits throughout the year.
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4678 Somers Pt. Road, Mays Landing, NJ 8330 MoreLess Info
A waterfront campground, River Beach Campground & Marina is located on the Egg Harbor River. The campground offers a large swimming pool, shower areas, and a clubhouse. It also hosts a variety of events for campers.
The Ephrata Cloister is a religious community founded in 1732, which at its height housed more than 300 members. Guided tours and self-guided exploration provide an introduction to the community and its seven historic buildings.