Children and Students
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A. The Education Department of the Seaford Historical Society has tours of the Ross Plantation and the Seaford Museum to meet Delaware State Standards.

- Plantation tours focus on the Civil War period and Victorian Era with tours of an 1860 Italianate style mansion and the only documented log slave quarter in DE.

- Tours of the Seaford Museum journey through a timeline of United States and Delaware history beginning with the natural resources that made this area a wonderful place to settle.

- Hands-on activities are included at both sites, and Victorian style attire is worn by docents in the Ross Mansion.

- A textile display in the slave quarter includes two working looms and displays contrasting the processes of turning cotton, flax, and wool fibers into cloth.

- Tours are available year round at both sites, but fall and spring are optimum times at the plantation due to the variety of outside games and activities.

- Click on one of the topics below to learn more.

- Please use the registration button below to request a tour and provide your group's information.

B. The Education Department also sponsors a Youth Interpreter Program which begins in fifth grade. Youth are trained and serve as docents during special events, participate in Victorian related weaving and cooking activities, help maintain a positive appearance at the plantation, and more. Click on the Youth Interpreter topic below to learn more.

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Student Museum Tour Info Student Plantation Tour Info
Youth Interpreters

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