Participating ACCESS Delaware Locations

Brandywine Zoo

1001 N Park Dr, Wilmington, DE 19802
brandywinezoo.org | (302) 571-7747

Today, the Brandywine Zoo covers 4.7 acres of land along the Brandywine River and features animals from the Americas, temperate and tropical Asia, Africa, Australia and the Pacific Islands.

Accessibility Accommodations

The Brandywine Zoo is wheelchair and stroller accessible.

Click here to visit the Brandywine Zoo website for more visitation information.


Delaware Art Museum

2301 Kentmere Parkway Wilmington, Delaware 19806
delart.org | (302) 571-9590

Delaware Art Museum’s mission is to connect people to art, offering an inclusive and essential community resource that through its collections, exhibitions, and programs, generates creative energy that sustains, enriches, empowers, and inspires.

Accessibility Accommodations

Click here to visit the accessibility page on the Delaware Art Museum website.


Delaware Contemporary

200 S Madison St, Wilmington, DE 19801
decontemporary.org | (302) 656-6466

Founded in 1979 by artists, The Delaware Contemporary presents exhibitions of regionally, nationally, and internationally recognized artists that explore topical issues in contemporary art and society. In addition, we provide opportunities for local and emerging artists to showcase their work and advance their artistic growth. Art sales through our galleries and Museum Shop support area and exhibiting artists and our commitment to the importance of contemporary art in our community.

Accessibility Accommodations

Click here to visit the accessibility page on the Delaware Contemporary website.


Delaware History Museum

505 N. Market Street, Wilmington, DE 19801
dehistory.org | (302) 655-7161

The Delaware History Museum and Mitchell Center for African American Heritage features permanent and changing exhibits that allow visitors a glimpse into Delaware’s fascinating past as this small state continues to contribute to today’s history.

Accessibility Accommodations

To request specific accommodations ahead of your visit, contact deinfo@dehistory.org or call (302) 322-8411.

Click here to visit the accessibility page on the Delaware Historical Society website.


Delaware Museum of Nature and Science

4840 Kennett Pike, Wilmington, DE 19807

delmns.org | (302) 655-7161

Formerly the Delaware Museum of Natural History, the museum was founded in 1957 and open to the public since 1972. The mission of the Delaware Museum of Nature and Science is to investigate nature and science, preserve and interpret their collections, conduct scientific research, and inspire people of all ages to a lifetime of exploration and discovery.


Hagley Museum & Library

200 Hagley Creek Road Wilmington, DE 19807
hagley.org | (302) 658-2400

Located on 235 acres along the banks of the Brandywine in Wilmington, Delaware, Hagley is the site of the gunpowder works founded by E. I. du Pont in 1802. This example of early American industry includes restored mills, a workers’ community, and the ancestral home and gardens of the du Pont family.


Jane and Littleton Mitchell Center for African American Heritage

504 N Market Street, Wilmington, Delaware 19801
dehistory.org | (302) 656-0637

The Jane and Littleton Mitchell Center for African American Heritage offers an expansive exploration of the African American experience from 1639 to the present through artifacts, oral history interviews, music, and art.

Accessibility Accommodations

To request specific accommodations ahead of your visit, contact deinfo@dehistory.org or call (302) 322-8411.

Click here to visit the accessibility page on the Delaware Historical Society website.


Marshall Steam Museum at Auburn Heights

3000 Creek Rd, Yorklyn, DE 19736
auburnheights.org | (302) 239-2385

The now-museum was built by T. Clarence Marshall in 1947 to house his growing collection of antique automobiles. The museum features the world’s largest operating collection of Stanley steam cars, a 1916 electric car, and two 1930s Packards, in addition to the Auburn Valley Railroad with its 1/8th-size coal-fired steam trains that circle the property.

Accessibility Accommodations

Click here to visit the accessibility page on the Marshall Steam Museum website.


Mt Cuba Center

3120 Barley Mill Road Hockessin, DE 19707
MtCubaCenter.org | 302.239.4244

Mt Cuba’s mission is to inspire an appreciation for the beauty and value of native plants and a commitment to protect the habitats that sustain them.

Accessibility Accommodations

Click here to visit the accessibility page on the Mt Cuba website.


Nemours Estate

1600 Rockland Road, Wilmington, DE 19803
NemoursEstate.org | (302) 651-6912

Nemours Estate comprises an exquisite, 77-room Mansion, the largest formal French gardens in North America, a Chauffeur’s Garage housing a collection of vintage automobiles, and 200 acres of scenic woodlands, meadows and lawns.

Accessibility Accommodations

The Mansion is ADA-accessible, as are the paved roads which run through the property; however, the gardens and grounds are not.

Click here to visit the Nemours Estate website for more visitation information.


Read House & Gardens

42 The Strand, New Castle, DE 19720
dehistory.org  | (302) 322-8411

Spend the day exploring Winterthur’s famous 60-acre naturalistic garden, or get lost in 1,000 acres of rolling hills, meadows, and woodlands carefully designed by H. F. du Pont. Winterthur has 25 miles of well-marked paths and trails, and lush gardens to explore. The award-winning children’s garden, Enchanted Woods, provides kids the perfect place to safely run, play, and imagine.

Accessibility Accommodations

To request specific accommodations ahead of your visit, contact deinfo@dehistory.org or call (302) 322-8411.

Click here to visit the accessibility page on the Delaware Historical Society website.


Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library

5105 Kennett Pike, Wilmington, DE 19807
winterthur.org  |(302) 888.4600

Spend the day exploring Winterthur’s famous 60-acre naturalistic garden, or get lost in 1,000 acres of rolling hills, meadows, and woodlands carefully designed by H. F. du Pont. Winterthur has 25 miles of well-marked paths and trails, and lush gardens to explore. The award-winning children’s garden, Enchanted Woods, provides kids the perfect place to safely run, play, and imagine.

Accessibility Accommodations

Click here to visit the accessibility page on the Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library website.