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Delaware is the nation's second smallest state that is without national parks, national historic sites or even any national monuments. Where they may lack in the aforementioned the state has made up with beautiful landscapes, museums and wildlife and lots of activities to keep you busy on your vacation.

In Wilmington, Delaware is the Hagley Museum and Library which showcases the home and life of industrial companies circa the 1900s. The Museum organizes a tour of the DuPont home as well as reenactment as part of the display.

Delaware is also known for their festivals. Festivals there are more of the religious and ethnic kind to name a few. Beginning in August is The Big August Quarterly, a religious festival held in Wilmington, Delaware. It involves singing, dancing and feasting to celebrate the release of Black people from slavery.

In Wilmington, one can also look on at the Puerto Rican Festival, a festival which usually combines Polish and Greek Festivals. If you have never experienced a traditional jazz funeral before, then you need to be at Bethany Beach at the end of the summer to witness it. And even before the summer is over bask in the beauty of the sunshine and the idyllic waters at Bethany beach. You can go fishing, sail or bike riding here, or you can just talk a cool stroll on the boardwalk which is a mile long.

You can top the day off with a visit to Riverfront Wilmington. Similar to a mall, the only difference is that it is outdoors and along the Riverfront. Here you will find entertainment and cultural shows as well as restaurants and several shops. You can even visit the many museums here or enjoy a few of the sports events. In addition, there is also a water taxi tour that gives the history of Christina River.

Delaware borders Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.

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