Summer brings bikini-clad throngs to the seaside towns like Rehoboth and Dewey Beach on the Deleware shore, busy watering holes, boardwalk attractions and bronzen bodies the bar by which the day's activities are set.
Let the far flung corners of the world come to you at the Delaware Museum of Natural History, where visitors are treated through exhibits and dioramas to a glimpse of distant Africa, long-gone dinosaurs, Antarctica (amongst other places) and thousands of bird specimens, from extinct species to the common hummingbird. Learn more about how animals adapt over time to meet the demands of the environment, and let your young ones enjoy hands-on educational play in the Discovery Room before heading out to take a stroll along the museum's Larry Scott Nature Trail or make a butterfly spotting detour through the Butterfly Garden in season.
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