Delaware’s center of business and commerce offers historic performing arts venues such as The Grand Opera House, restaurants the Washington Post says “are worth the trip,” and easy access to Wilmington’s family-friendly Riverfront.
Walk the streets where modern office towers exist side-by-side with historic buildings representing three centuries of American architectural style, from Queen Anne to Greek Revival. Visit OLD SWEDES CHURCH and the ROCKS where Peter Minuit and the KALMAR NYCKEL first landed in the New World, or see Delaware's history through the newly renovated DELAWARE HISTORY MUSEUM. Visit Wilmington's Riverfront, downtown’s most walkable neighborhood offers year-round attractions along its 1.3-mile riverfront – IMAX movies, minigolf, museums, theater, ice skating, nature walks and the brand-new Constitution Yards beer garden.
Bringing kids for a visit? Riverfront Wilmington has you covered with the Delaware Children's Museum with hands-on exhibits, outdoor playgrounds, greenhouses, and party rooms.http://septa.org/stations/rail/wilmington.html