Delaware Agricultural Museum
Delaware Agricultural Museum

Education Program Interpreters


Congratulations to our Education Program Interpreters for winning the 2014 Governor's Award for Outstanding Volunteer! Without you all, we would not be able to offer the school tours. You all make it possible for us to teach our younger generations about agriculture and life in the 1890's. Thank you all, we are so very proud and grateful for all you do.



Helen Gieske sharing one of her many talents, pine needle basket weaving.

Pat Thompson teaching about dairy farms.

Carol Winter, Holly Pfeifer, PJ Hamm, Di Rafter, Janice Humphries and Marianne Matlack at this year's volunteer appreciation luncheon.

Rich Reynolds, the Train Master of A Farmer's Christmas

Chuck Lewis, one of our Blacksmiths showing us how to craft things out of metal.

Gene Carlisle demonstrating woodworking

Joan Armstrong posing for the camera

Don Boon outside Loockerman Landing Train Station

Rick Schuman teaching about woodcraft

Franny West (left) giving our guests some homemade goodies!

Ted George teaching in the school house

Bill Quick (right) being rewarded for his dedication.

Where to Find Us:

Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village
866 N Dupont Hwy
Dover, DE 19901

Daily Hours: 

Tues. to Sat. 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Closed Sunday & Monday

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