Carolyn Claypoole, executive director of the Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village in Dover, announced it will reopen Wednesday, June 3.
In compliance with Gov. Carney’s guidelines, social distancing and wearing masks will be required indoors. With 38,000 square feet of indoor space and four acres of land comprising the historic 1890s village, close contact is not an issue.
Claypoole said, “Bring a picnic lunch and a blanket or spread out on one of our park benches and enjoy the freedom of open space and fresh air once again.”
Visitors will also want to offer a big welcome home to the Ag Museum’s beloved potbellied pig Lulu and see all the changes and improvements made during the closure. The museum is an easy 40-minute drive north on Route 1 from the Lewes-Rehoboth area.
For more information, go to www.agriculturalmuseum.org/ or call 302-734-1618.