Rockwood Park & Museum, Wilmington

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Historic Site · Hidden Gem · History Museum
Rockwood is an English-style country estate and museum located in Wilmington, Delaware. Built between 1851-1854 by banker Joseph Shipley, Rockwood is an excellent example of Rural Gothic Revival Architecture.

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.
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  • We went to Rockwood Park to attend the FREE Merry & Bright Holiday Lights drive-thru display. It was offered the weekend of December 5/6 from 6-9pm. We got there around 6pm and the line was...  more »
  • I thoroughly enjoyed our private tour with Leone for Newark History Museum volunteers. She was a wonderful guide and very passionate about the Museum. It was interesting hearing about the Shipley and....  more »
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  • I did the murder mystery and it was so much fun! The place is beautiful, the staff is friendly. I would do every event here if i could! It's an amazing place to visit, especially for the history.
  • Gothic structures, beautiful scenery. It's likenstepoing back in time. Peaceful, tranquil location. Great to mediate & become one w/ nature.😋😊

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