Enjoy an old-fashioned beach vacation, complete with a boardwalk, at one of Delaware's most popular resort towns. Long a traditional summer getaway for families, Rehoboth Beach is now also a favorite of gay and lesbian travelers. Serious golfers will want to test their skills at the Kings Creek Country Club, while Old Landing Golf Course offers great views of the local scenery. Along with enjoying the famous beach and strolling the boardwalk, there's also a nearby amusement park called Funland to check out.
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Looking for the best things to do and see in Southern Delaware? You’ve come to the right place... Our learning adventures are designed for the naturally curious! Our fun, hands-on tours introduce you to the people and places that make Coastal Delaware a great area to live or to visit. Get to know SoDel like a local - the beach is just the beginning!
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Art league that is comprised of three galleries and a teaching studio, exhibiting local and national artists.
The Joni Mitchell song “Big Yellow Taxi” has a line that goes: “They took all the trees, they put them in a tree museum They charged the people a dollar and a half just to see them.” Anyone who has been coming to Rehoboth since the before-time (pre-outlets) must be as horrified as I am about the rampant development and destruction of natural resources that has occurred here. What used to be a peaceful little town on the ocean is forever a booming mini-metropolis surrounded by the blight of commercialism and developers’ greed. Mercifully, an oasis remains. Henlopen Acres, a heavily deed-restricted community, is home to a property that has stood nearly unchanged since the mid-1700’s. We are fortunate that the Corkran family in 1938 left behind the legacy of the Rehoboth Art League. The ancient home and barn, while maintaining their historic integrity, have been repurposed into gallery and studio space, respectively. Just down the hill is a more recently constructed gallery that blends organically into the bucolic pine forest. All around, it is a refreshingly stark contrast to the madness only minutes away. Open year round, visitors can gaze at a continually changing exhibit of local artwork, much of it well-curated, and of high quality. Nearly every piece is for sale, and at surprisingly reasonable prices. There are also special events here like the RAL Outdoor show in August, and the Cottage Tour, one of the town’s best happenings. Visitors should take a break from the beach, boardwalk, and shops, and come visit the tranquil surroundings of the Rehoboth Art League. It will remind you why this area has been a getaway from hectic life for over 300 years.
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At One Spirit Massage Studio we specialize in Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork and all therapists are State and Nationally Certified.We offer John F. Barnes Myofascial Release, Rolfing Structural Integration, KMI Structural Integration Swedish, Deep Tissue, Thai Yoga Massage, CranioSacral Therapy, Lymphatic Massage, Oncology Massage, Prenatal Massage, Reflexology, Reiki, Shiatsu, Sports Massage, Stone Therapy, Trigger Point Therapy One Spirit Massage Studio is based on the concept that the Body and the Mind are One. By having our body relaxed, and our mind in a state of harmony, healing and wellbeing are enhanced. The various massage techniques accomplish body-mind integration, and after a discussion of options, each massage is designed to meet the client's individual needs.
Have been here several times now, and had another great experience. Lisa especially worked on my left back and shoulder/scapula, at my request, really helped work out the knots. Deep pressure right where I needed it. Also offered some good advice on stretches and tools I could use to keep that area looser. Very reasonable price too for a 1 hour massage - between the expertise and quality and cost, it is an excellent value for a deep tissue massage. Some spa places have an automatic 18-20% gratuity, which bothers me (no matter how good the service); One Spirit is a place that makes me happy to tip generously, and eager to return.
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Rehoboth Walking Food Tour: Discover incredible sights and tastes on our walking food tours. Find out why Rehoboth is one of the nation’s fastest growing culinary hot spots! All food tastings included behind-the-scenes access, specialty alcoholic or non-alcoholic pairing. Learn the history of our community an get 5 bites & 5 sips on our 2.5 hour tour of Rehoboth Beach. Tickets are $55.00 for all food, beverage, and guidance. Our tours currently runs Sundays 1:30-4 May though Nov and Thursdays starting in July. Check our Calendar for available bookings.Tours begins at either Hotel Rehoboth or The Bellmoor Inn. Please arrive 15 minutes early. If you have any questions, need assistance with your order, or would like to inquire about a private tour, don’t hesitate to contact us!
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Atlantic Cycles is the premier Bicycle Rental service in Rehoboth Beach. Featuring the largest selection of rental bikes in the area: including beach cruisers, comfort bikes, road bikes, kid's bikes, surreys, tandem bikes and more! Complimentary child seats, helmets, locks, bells, lights and handlebar bags. We are located close to Cape Henlopen State Park and just a short distance from the Gordon's Pond and Junction & Breakwater Trails. Free trail maps provided with bike rental.
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Located on the Delaware Shores, the Rehoboth Beach & Dewey Beach Resort Area is known for awesome hotels, specialty stores, amusements, beautiful homes, tax-free shopping and some of the finest restaurants anywhere.
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The Indian River Life-Saving Station Museum is a historic site located within Delaware Seashore State Park. Self-guided tours of the museum are offered year round and provide visitors with the opportunity to learn about the history of the United States Life-Saving Service, precursor to the current day U.S. Coast Guard.Not only is the Indian River Life-Saving Station open for tours, it also acts as the "hub" for all educational and recreational programs held within Delaware Seashore State Park. Programs cover a wide range of topics and activities from local maritime history to guided kayak tours.
My wife and I visited the Life Saving Station Museum at Indian River recently. The fee is nominal to get in and is worth it to help keep this historic site available to the public. We learned a lot about what these surfmen did and how they saved those people shipwrecked off the coast. We learned their techniques and the equipment they used. A tour of the building gave us a first hand view on what their lives were like. Great place.
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Learn to ride the waves at the Delaware shore's only boarding school. This is a great way for individuals to experience the beauty of the ocean and Delaware beaches; however we're more than happy to accommodate larger groups, such as families of all sizes, wedding parties and friends!
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Stretching more than one mile along Rehoboth Beach, this famous boardwalk is lined with shops, restaurants and other amusements.
The Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk is a great place to walk, bike, skate, or sit and people watch. It’s right on the ocean, with great views of the Atlantic Ocean. The boardwalk is loaded with dining, shopping, and more. I highly recommend a stroll.
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Funland is a family amusement center located on the boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. A family owned and operated business since 1962, Funland provides family fun at reasonable prices for those who visit us each summer. The park offers great entertainment for the whole family, featuring 19 rides, 14 midway games, a redemption center, Skeeball, and an arcade. Our season begins Mother's Day Weekend and runs through Labor Day. In the early part of our season (May into June), our closing time varies; we reserve the right to close early due to factors such as weather and lack of crowds! Normally in season, July 4th - Labor Day, we close around 11 PM.
We were very happy that Funland opened the park in time for our trip to Rehobeth. Funland is limiting the amount of customers by requiring you to purchase wristbands prior to arriving at the park. Every ride has a hand sanitizer station and all of the ride operators did a great job making sure every rider sanitized their hands and were wearing facemask before they were allowed onto the individual ride. The lines at Funland are greatly reduced being that the park is restricting the amount of customers through the wristband program. We still had to wait to ride some of the rides but the wait times were drastically improved from normal operating conditions. The only ride that was not available that we normally ride was the SIM ride. I imagine that there would be no good way to enforce social distancing on that ride. Over all I give the owners and staff of Funland very high marks. Funland took the current health concerns very seriously and was able to provide a good time at the park. Thank you Funland for keeping our family tradition alive in these difficult times.
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