This home belonged to John Dickinson who was one of the founding fathers of the
There are plantation tours available. The tours are led by character interpretation I which trained historic interpreters depict characters from John Dickinson’s era. These tours are designed to show the contrast between the lives of the wealthy family and the tenants, poor whites, slaves, and the free blacks residing in Kent County during the 1700’s and early 1800’s.
These tours and other programs are offered throughout normal operating hours. Large groups that want to participate should call for reservations.
The plantation participates in the local community by offering a number of educational and entertaining events through the year.
Directions: Southeast of the
Contact: Phone – 302-739-3277 email: email@example.com
Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10 – 3:30 and Sunday 1:30 – 4:30, except closed Sundays in January and February. Closed on Mondays and state holidays.
Parking: Free (also have accommodations for buses)
Accessible to people with disabilities (first floor)