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Possum Point Players - Contributing to the cultural diversity and vitality of Sussex County, by bringing the experience of live theater for education and enjoyment to residents and visitors alike. A Live Theater hosting a variety of events through out the year.

Midway Speedway & Water Park - Great family racing on go-kart tracks. Family activity pool, tropical-themed deck and water slides.

Viking Golf & Thunder Lagoon Water Park - A shore tradition, including one of the most challenging 18-hole miniature golf courses, a go-kart track, Thunder Lagoon Waterpark as well as various concessions nestled in the little Viking village and Boardwalk.

The Ross Mansion & Plantation - Walk back into time when life was more gracious. Explore a complete Victorian Italianate mansion with slave quarters, barns, sheds and spacious grounds. Learn what life was like before the Civil War, why a popular Delaware governor was smuggled to England with a Federal warrant out for his arrest and how the "War of Northern Aggression" changed life forever.

Nutter D. Marvel Carriage Museum - Collection of historic buildings and horse-drawn carriages, along with photos, newspaper clippings, books and other memorabilia about Georgetown. Buildings include barrel roof barns, a 100-year-old church, a one-room schoolhouse, a blacksmith shop, railroad freight buildings, a dining room with kitchen, storage buildings and an office.

Zwaanendael Museum - Built in 1931 to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the first European settlement in Delaware. Exhibits tell stories of the 1631 Dutch settlement, 1798 wreck of the HMB De Braak, 1813 bombardment of Lewes by the British, and the ever-changing Atlantic Coastline.

Delaware International Speedway - Stock car racing heats up with modifieds, late models, street modifieds and dwarf cars.

Jungle Jim's Adventure World - Rehoboth Beach's largest amusement park, offering family fun for everyone. Jungle Jim's has a variety of rides for all ages. From go-karts, to rock climbing, to mini-golf - Jungle Jim's has it all. Come ride the shore's longest Go-Kart track, The Safari 3000, or cool off on the areas tallest waterslide.

Captain Jack's Pirate Golf - The whole family can fave fun at Captain Jack's Pirate Golf. A fun and exciting pirate-themed mini golf course.

FunLand - Funland is a family amusement center located on the boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach. The park offers great entertainment for the whole family, featuring 18 rides, 13 midway games, an electronic shooting gallery, redemption games and redemption center, and an arcade with video and pinball machines.

Nanticoke Indian Museum - Stone artifacts, carvings and pottery, traditional clothing and much more offer a glimpse into the ancient way of life which the Nanticoke people followed for countless centuries. The museum library houses a large collection of Native American books, photographs and video presentations, and the gift shop has something for everyone.

Treasures of the Sea Exhibit - Artifacts from the Spanish shipwreck of the Nuestra Senora de Atocha, including cannons, gold and silver bars and coins, jewelry, muskets and religious objects. Gift shop and video on shipwreck, which occurred in 1622 in the Florida Straits.

DiscoverSea Shipwreck Museum - The shipwreck museum opened in July of 1995 and is the product of more than 17 years of research and hard work. The museum displays the largest collection of shipwreck artifacts on the Eastern Shore north of Virginia. The museum displays items from the Titanic, Republic, Atocha, 1715 Fleet, and shipwrecks off the Delaware coast. Maritime films are shown in the theater.

Seaford Museum - One of the nicest museums in the state. You will never look at history the same way again.

Dewey Beach Parasail - Delaware's largest and most experienced parasail operators. With a perfect safety record, you're in good hands as you see the most scenic and tranquil views of the Delaware coast.

Indian River Life-Saving Station - Visit one of the oldest United States Life Saving Stations still standing in the United States. Personalized and narrative tours and special programs available. Film depicting the Life Saving Service and their heroic deeds also shown.