Delaware Agricultural Museum and 1890's Village
Delaware Agricultural Museum and 1890's Village

The Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village is one of the best locations in Dover for Nascar camping and parking.  We are situated only 1/4 mile from Dover Downs and have space for tents, pop-ups, campers and motor homes.


Payment:  Cash, check or credit cards are accepted. Full payment is due upon your arrival at the museum.


Port-a-Johns:  For your convenience, there are port-a-johns located in the village area as well as in the front parking lot.


Generators:  Permitted as long as they are of the “quieter” variety .


Electricity and water The museum does not offer electric or water hook-upsHowever, you can fill your RV water tank for a $20 fee (you MUST have your own hose).


Pets:  We allow dogs as long as they’re not a "biter" or “barker”. They must be on a leash at all times and you must clean up after them


Museum lobby hours:  The museum lobby is open from 7:30am until 7:00pm Thursday-Saturday and Sundays until 1:00pm.  We have restrooms available for your use. 


Security:  We hire private security guards to ensure the safety and well being of all persons who camp at the museum.  


Quiet hours: 11:00pm-6:00am. We want our guests to have an enjoyable experience.  THIS IS NOT A PARTY CAMPING AREA If you prefer a party atmosphere there are other places to camp around Dover that will better suit you.


Other amenities:  We have ice for sale (limited hours) so you never have to go far to restock your coolers. There are restaurants within easy walking distance.  


Museum Days / Hours of Operation:

        Tuesday through Saturday

        10am to 3pm



866 North DuPont Highway 

Dover, DE 19901  


Admission Fees:

        Adults: $7.00

        Seniors (65+): $5.00

        Students: $5.00

        Military: $6.00

        Youth: (4-17) $3.00

        Children under 3: Free    


Phone:  (302) 734-1618





Pet Policy: 

We are sorry, the Ag Museum is not able to allow pets (other than service animals) on our premises.  Thank you for your understanding and cooperation!

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