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                           VISITOR INFORMATION:
KENT COUNTY TOURISM CORPORATION
435 N. DuPont Hwy., Dover 302-734-4888 info@visitdelawarevillages.com www.VisitDelawareVillages.com
DELAWARE’S QUAINT VILLAGES’ WELCOME CENTERS: First State Heritage Park Welcome Center & Galleries
    
302-744-5055
www.destateparks.com
        
Smyrna Rest Stop & Information Center
5500 DuPont Hwy./Rte. 13, Smyrna 302-659-6750
Open 24 hours
GETTING HERE:
BY AIR:
Philadelphia International Airport: www.phl.org
Salisbury Regional Airport:  Baltimore/Washington International Airport: www.bwiairport.com
BY BUS:
Greyhound Bus Service: 800-231-2222; www.greyhound.com
BY TRAIN:
Wilmington Train Station, Amtrak: www.amtrak.com
LOCAL TRANSPORTATION PROVIDERS: City Cab: 302-678-8200
DART: 302-739-3278
Uber Car Service: Uber.com
Yellow Cab: 302-765-2100
     About Kent County Tourism Corporation
  
Kent County Tourism Corporation (dba Delaware’s Quaint Villages) is the destination marketing organization for Kent County, Delaware, and its incorporated cities and towns. As the primary programmatic arm for Kent County travel and tourism promotion, it leads the Kent County Tourism industry to work together to generate visitor spending by developing and implementing comprehensive destination marketing programs. It is a            directors.
            8 VisitDelawareVillages.com
@VillagesDE #QuaintDE
Welcome.
We’re glad you’re here. In Delaware’s Quaint Villages, great
       
experiences. From time spent traveling to time spent exploring to a cold sip of craft beer and cobblestone streets under your feet, these small pieces build on each other to create something completely unforgettable.
I like to think of this guide as a choose-your-own-adventure for you to map out those pieces — to discover the memorable experiences you’ll build together for an incredible stay in Delaware’s Quaint Villages. I hope this is a source of inspiration and information for you as you plan your next trip.
From historical sites to boutique, tax-free shopping to the excitement of the race track, Delaware’s Quaint Villages have something for everyone. And because no vacation is complete without savoring delicious foods, discover our extensive Dining Guide (pg. 25) for some of the best eats around.
No matter what speed you choose to take your visit, you’re sure to leave with an incredible story — and maybe an impressive list of trinkets.
Wendie Vestfall
President, Kent County Tourism






























































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