Visiting Historic New Castle in Delaware

NEW CASTLE DE - Visit Historic New Castle in Delaware to learn about the region's history. Located near the center of the 12-mile radius circle defining the border between New Jersey and Pennsylvania, this city also straddles Maryland and New York. If you plan to visit Delaware, make sure to plan a trip to the town. Listed below are some of the most important landmarks. Read on to learn more about these destinations.


Visiting Historic New Castle in Delaware

Battery Park is a historical landmark in New Castle. The park's name comes from the fortifications once used by locals and foreign ships during the 17th and 18th centuries. It was also the landing spot of William Penn, who arrived in America in 1682. The town's waterfront has several museums, some of which are seasonal, and some are free. The Delaware Court House Museum is a National Historic Landmark.

Visit the Amstel House and Dutch House. Both are located on Delaware's waterfront. You can see the Amstel House at Delaware and Fourth Streets. The Dutch House can be seen on Third Street, facing the Green. The city offers ample free parking. In addition to the museums and the art galleries, there is a vibrant farmer's market in the town. In addition to shopping and eating, Historic New Castle also hosts educational events and programs.

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