SENIORS TRAVEL TO DELAWARE



Wilmington Inviting to Senior Visitors

Whether you visit world-renowned museums and cultural attractions, stroll in sumptuous public gardens, enjoy the cultures and delicious foods of the many festivals or explore one of the historic districts, seniors can have it all – from dinosaurs and seashells to tall ships in Wilmington, Delaware.  

If it’s music you enjoy, it goes from cool to classical to hot jazz to blues plus Gospel, folk and rock. Perhaps an ethnic festival strikes your fancy. Seniors will find Greek, Italian, Hispanic, African American, Chinese, Polish, and German to name a few. It’s all in Greater Wilmington, Delaware.

The state is small but abundant with things to see and do for visitors of all ages. For such a small state, Delaware packs a pretty big punch. The attractions could be sufficient enough for a state three or more times its size.

The Port of Wilmington is a full-service deepwater port and marine terminal, handling about 400 vessels annually.  Today, Delaware’s port is the busiest terminal on the entire Delaware River.

Wilmington History Intrigues Seniors

Wilmington was first settled by the Swedish in 1638. Over time, the area has also been home to the Dutch, the British and the Quakers, a long diverse history that has left its mark on the surrounding area. Visit Fort Christina and experience what it was like to be one of the first colonists in Wilmington.

The Delaware Art Museum, with an extensive collection of American art, celebrates the Brandywine School, a style of painting named for the nearby Brandywine Creek. And look at all these things for senior visitors to see and do in and around the city.

Wilmington is by no means huge, but with a population of 79,000+  it is the largest city in Delaware. The valley in which the city is found is where senior travelers will also find some of the most impressive American castles.

The Wilmington Riverfront is coming along nicely, and senior visitors should not want for museums, restaurants and nice hotels. Whether your interest lies in nature, shopping, history or the arts, you’ll find no shortage of places and activities to add to your itinerary.

The city of Wilmington has several notable historical attractions, including the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Arden Craft Shop Museum, Business History & Technology Museum, and the Historical Society of Delaware.

Apart from the many things to do in Wilmington, the city is also a great base for day trips to New York City, Washington DC and Maryland. You will find the city inviting and friendly.  jeb

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