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Museums at the Delaware Maryland Beaches
ANNA HAZARD MUSEUM
A 19th-Century Tent House from the days of the religious Camp Meetings. Location: 17 Christian Street, Rehoboth Beach. Admission: Included with admission to the Rehoboth Beach Museum. Hours: Open by appointment or special event only. Call (302)227-7310 for information.
BETHANY BEACH HISTORICAL COLLECTIONThis collection contains photographs and memorabilia from the Bethany area.Location: Town Meeting Room, behind Town Hall, Garfield Parkway, Bethany Beach.Contact: 302-539-8011
CANNONBALL HOUSE MUSEUMHistoric tours Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 10:30 a.m. starting at the The Lewes Historical Society's Historic Complex located at Third and Shipcarpenter Streets.Admission: $2.00 donation.Contact: 302-645-7670
FENWICK ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE MUSEUMThis actual lighthouse houses memorabilia from the area's past, plus nautical items.
Location: 1 block south of Route 54, Fenwick Island.Contact: Paul Pepper, 410-250-1098.
LEWES HISTORICAL SOCIETY'S HISTORIC COMPLEX
A collection of 12 restored homes dating from 1665 - 1898. The Society is open through Labor Day, Monday through Friday, 10-4 and on Saturday, 10-1. Special walking tours of Lewes are available through October.Location: Third and Shipcarpenter Streets, LewesContact: 302-645-7670.
NANTICOKE INDIAN MUSEUMArtifacts, artwork and beadwork of the local Nanticoke tribe in Millsboro, Del. Location: Route 4, Millsboro, Del.Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Friday; 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday; Noon-4 p.m. Sunday.Admission: $1 adults, 50 cents children. Groups by appointment.Contact: 302-945-7022
TREASURES OF THE SEA EXHIBIT
A permanent collection of artifacts and treasure from a 1622 shipwreck off the Florida coast. The galleon Nuestra Senora de Atocha was rediscovered in 1985 by treasure hunter Mel Fisher amid national attention.Admission: Free.Location: Library Building, Delaware Tech, Route 18 west of Georgetown.
FURNACE TOWNMaryland's oldest historic industrial site. Centered around the Nassawango Iron Furnace, the grounds include nature trails and picnic sites.
Location: Near Snow Hill.Contact: 410-632-2032.
TAYLOR HOUSE MUSEUMCarefully restored early 19th century house in Berlin's National Register Historic District. Main block of the house has been furnished as a house museum and the west wing as a gallery displaying local memorabilia.Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday, 1 p.m.-4 p.m.Location: North Main Street, Berlin.Contact: 410-641-1019.
WARD MUSEUM OF WILDFOWL ARTExhibits of contemporary bird carvings, antique decoys, interpretations of history and development of decoy carving in America. Display of world championship decoy carvings.Location: One-half hour west of Ocean City at 909 S. Schumaker Dr., Salisbury, MD.Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Saturday; Noon-5 p.m. Sunday. Admission charged.Contact: 410-742-4988
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