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Change in Rural America

By the Smithsonian Institution

April 22 – June 24

See Museum Hours at Right

The Seaford Museum is proud to partner with the Smithsonian Institution to bring you this special exhibit highlighting the changes that have occurred in small towns and rural communities during the post-industrial age. The exhibit includes interactive activities and informative displays that are appropriate for readers of all ages.


Crossroads Exhibit Only: $3 per adult

Full Museum + Crossroads: $7 per adult

Here’s a Preview


Museum Recognized as Favorite!

The Seaford Museum was recognized as “First State Favorites” finalist for BEST MUSEUM by Museum Curator Jim Blackwell expressed his pride in being recognized as a quality museum in a state noted for so many excellent examples of that topic. “The Seaford Museum is proud to be recognized as one of Delaware’s finest museums. This award is especially appreciated as the museum is a product of locals, working together, frequently without, or with reduced pay, to produce the exhibits showing our history.” Shown in the photo is Seaford Historical Society president Teresa Wilson congratulating Jim Blackwell on the museum receiving this award.


Gov. Ross Mansion

Every Saturday & Sunday 1:00 – 4:00

Or by appointment: 302-628-9500 or email

Seaford Museum


     Tuesday – Saturday  1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

     April 21 – June 24

Or by appointment: 302-628-9828 or email

Society Business Office Hours

Tuesday – Friday 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

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