Delaware March 05, 2019
This Entire Town In Delaware Was Turned Into A State Park You Can’t Pass Up
Delaware is proud of its First State status, and recently, Delaware State Parks has taken several historic sites and combined them into the First State Heritage Park. This one-of-a-kind park without boundaries opens up much of our capital city for exploration and interpretation.
First State Heritage Park is a collection of sites and historic buildings all around Dover, Delaware.
Throughout town, you'll see homes, businesses, and other historic buildings preserved through First State Historic Park.
Some of the buildings are as old as Delaware itself! Be sure to stop by the Old State House to see history in action.
The Johnson Victrola Museum celebrates the future and past of song revision and musical history.
Historic buildings and homes like the Public Archives or John Bell House are waiting for you to mention them as part of First State Heritage Park.
First State Heritage Park shows off the best of Delaware's historic sites with lantern tours held all year round.
Events and demonstrations mean that First State Heritage Park is the perfect place for history buffs to visit.
In the fall, attend the 18th Century Market Fair to step back in time with First State Heritage Park.
First State Heritage Park is a collection of homes, buildings, and landmarks in Dover, Delaware.
For a full list of participating locations, click here.