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Experience a little culture on your gaycation.
This museum commemorates the founding of Delaware’s first European settlement by the Dutch in 1631. See Native American and Dutch perspectives on history. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
In 1622, the Spanish galleon Nuestra Atocha sank off the coast of Florida. Found in 1985, the artifacts are now on display in Delaware. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
If you’re one of those gays, this is the place to be during the day. Just south of the Boardwalk, crowded as all hell, and just what you want. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
Lesbians will feel more at home at this beach, but you’ll need a car to get to it. Refugees from the Poodle Beach scene can be found here too. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
This museum is a great place to view Native American jewelry. The library inside houses a collection of books about the tribes of the Delaware region. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
Shipwreck aficionados are about to be in heaven. This collection contains shipwreck and recovered artifacts from the region and around the world. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
The Cannonball House is the home of the Lewes Historical Society’s maritime museum. Art and memorabilia are displayed for all proud Delawareans to see. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
Rehoboth Beach used to be a Methodist summer retreat and this museum explores that early history through artifacts and memorabilia. TweetPinShare+10 Shares
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