Urban Living, Historic Setting
If you reside in or near Dover, you'll be living right next to an important part of our nation's history. Others may have to drive hours to attend the city's events and see its museums and landmarks, but all of this will be right in your own backyard if you own a home here.
Dover's historic legacy contributes to its charming ambience; in fact, an average of two million tourists visit the state capital every year. Due to its brick sidewalks and historic homes, Olde Dover especially offers a pleasant stroll into a past era. Visit The First State Heritage Park, which highlights Delaware's role in our country's beginnings. It's also home to the Old State House (built in 1792) and Legislative Hall, which replaced it as the seat of government in 1933. In the summer, you'll love taking a guided tour by characters in period dress; other seasonal activities include lantern tours, Colonial games, scavenger hunts, and the annual Olde Dover Days Festival.
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