Delaware Agricultural Museum
Delaware Agricultural Museum

    The Museum offers you a wonderful opportunity for a unique and memorable event. Our grounds and exhibit halls are filled with the articles and tools of a rural and agricultural lifestyle all but lost in this modern age. As part of our mission to educate and participate in the community, we offer businesses and individuals the chance to use our Museum and grounds as a gathering place for celebrations and special events. Weddings, cocktail parties, picnics, reunions, receptions, press conferences, and political events have all taken place on our grounds. Besides being an active part of the community we serve by providing a unique setting for an event, the Museum benefits from the exposure to the individuals who attend. Attendees are able to see our work and collection first hand and most leave with a greater understanding of, and appreciation for, the preservation work we do and the community and educational services we provide.

We are a private, not for profit Museum so we are unable to hold your event here for free. We may be  able to offer a small discount. We also can't rent for an unestablished "portion of the proceeds".

We hope you will assist the Museum in its goals of preservation and education by having your event at the Museum. You will be doing the Museum a service by providing needed income to support its programs. You will also do those you invite to your event a service by giving them an opportunity to see one of Delaware’s more unique and interesting cultural sites.

If you need further information, please don’t hesitate to call the Museum at 302-734-1618, email us  at, or complete an information form. We will be happy to answer any questions you might have and offer any assistance you might need.


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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