TRAFFIC ALERTS  Please be advised that road work along your beach travels may cause delays, or lane closures. Also, be aware of new pedestrian crossings. Expect slower traffic.

Traffic Alerts and Info: Memorial Day through Labor Day avoid travel on mid mornings or early afternoons on Saturdays as this is "Moving In Day" for weekly renters, and traffic is usually very heavy.  If you must travel on Saturday, be in the downtown parking areas by 9:00am.  Avoid leaving Rehoboth Beach late Sunday afternoons, as well as early Monday mornings.  On rainy days, Route 1 is very congested due to outlet shoppers.  Be sure to exercise caution and patience during your travels on Route 1 as there are many last minute lane changes and turns made. For a live traffic update:  Listen to 1380AM on your radio or go to . Live beach traffic cameras:click here.


It's a Law!!! No texting or talking on cell phone unless a Blue-tooth device is used. Must have "hands free".C

Rehoboth Beach Historical Society Commemorates Founding of Camp Meeting Association

Rehoboth Beach, DE - The Rehoboth Beach Historical Society will collaborate with local congregations to mark the 150th Anniversary of the establishment of the Camp Meeting Association. The event will take place in the pavilion in Grove Park at 3 p.m. on January 27, 2023. This event marks the beginning of a yearlong commemoration of the Sesquicentennial of the founding of the Camp Meeting Association, a precursor to today’s City of Rehoboth Beach.
In 1872, Rev. Robert W. Todd, pastor of St. Paul’s Methodist Episcopal Church in Wilmington, Delaware, visited Ocean Grove Camp Meeting on the New Jersey Shore. He soon found himself consumed with the idea of creating a similar Christian seaside resort on the Delmarva Peninsula. He began to look for suitable property near Rehoboth Bay and ultimately arranged for the purchase of five lots of land totaling 414 acres from five farmers including John Marsh, Lorenzo Dow Martin, and a free Black man named Elijah Burton.
On January 27, 1873, “The Rehoboth Camp Meeting Association of the Methodist Episcopal Church” was incorporated by the Delaware legislature in what is now known as Rehoboth Beach. The Association was established with the purpose of “maintaining a permanent Camp-Meeting ground and Christian Sea-side Resort.” The grounds were laid out in a fan-shaped design with wide streets, parks, and lots. The Tabernacle area was placed at the entrance to the grounds, across Rehoboth Avenue from the Rehoboth Beach Museum. After the railroad was extended from Lewes in 1878 and Rehoboth became more secular, the camp meetings were discontinued in 1881. Over time, churches of different denominations were ultimately located within the Rehoboth Beach city limits. In March 1891, Delaware’s General Assembly established a municipality for the territory of the grounds called Cape Henlopen City. In 1893 it was renamed “Rehoboth.”
Rev. Todd chose the name “Rehoboth Beach” because it “locates” the place…on the Sea Coast…near the marvelous Rehoboth Bay in Delaware.” Roger Truitt, who impersonates Rev. Todd in 1870s dress for the Historical Society notes that the name “Rehoboth” was scriptural, referring to the account in Genesis in which Isaac found a broad fertile plain with a productive well in the Valley of Gerar, settled his tribe there and named it Rehoboth, which in Hebrew means “a broad place with room for all.”
In the spirit of the event, all are welcome to attend the ceremony in Grove Park and enjoy coffee, tea and cookies at the museum afterward. There is no fee, but reservations are respectfully requested. Please go to  and click on the events tab to register. Please call (302) 227-7310 with questions. The museum is located at 511 Rehoboth Avenue, next to Grove Park.

Spring classes kick off Jan. 28 at East Coast Garden Center

East Coast Garden Center will hold its kickoff to spring series with a succulent make and take class at 11 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 28, at the center, 30366 Cordrey Road, Millsboro.

The demonstration lecture will familiarize participants with the use of succulents in containers. The cost of the class is $30, which includes instruction, the succulent plants and the container to take home.

Classes continue weekly through March 18, and the fee per class is $10. Additional topics include: making better plant decisions in planning a home landscape, Feb. 4; spring garden prep, Feb. 11; welcome to Delaware, Feb. 25; pollinator gardens, March 4; fundamentals of planting with seeds, March 11; and privacy screens, March 18. An orchid class is planned for late spring. To watch for updates and sign up, go to eastcoastgardencenter. com or call 302-945-3489.


The Rehoboth Beach Film Society is pleased to present the 2023 Journeys in Art History - Exhibition on Screen™ (EOS) film series.

   EOS is the originator and pioneer of bringing exhibition-based art films to the cinema. Working with top international museums and galleries, EOS creates films that offer a cinematic immersion into the worlds best-loved or under rated artists, accompanied by insights from the world’s leading historians and arts critics. The three-part series will begin in January with brand new films each month through March. The focus of the Journey in Art series is to introduce the works of history’s greatest painters and to provide opportunities to view blockbuster art exhibitions from galleries worldwide.
   All EOS screenings take place at the Cinema Art Theater, 17701 Dartmouth Drive, Dartmouth Plaza (behind the Lewes Wawa). Admission is $9 for RBFS members, $11.50 for general audience and $10 for seniors (65+) and $5 for students. Patrons are encouraged to purchase admission online at If seats are available, admission can be purchased at the theater starting 30 minutes prior to each screening.
Cezanne: Portraits of Life
Monday February 13 at 2 pm and Tuesday, February 21 at 6 pm.

Mary Cassatt: Painting the Modern Woman-
Celebrating Women’s History Month
Monday, March 13 at 2 pm and Tuesday, March 21 at 6 pm


CAMP Rehoboth Women’s Fest set April 27-30

Save the date and book a room if needed, because the Mid-Atlantic’s largest event specifically for women will be returning to Rehoboth Beach from Thursday to Sunday, April 27 to 30.

Now in its 22nd year, CAMP Rehoboth’s Women’s Fest is known as the event where women can meet old friends and new, dance, laugh, learn, compete and celebrate.

Activities kick off with a party Thursday night. Women- oriented events continue through the weekend and feature entertainers, dances, sports activities, an expo, an auction, health information and screenings, and more.

Sports activities planned include golf, pickleball, cornhole and the popular Broadwalk on the Boardwalk, a fundraising event that benefits the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition.

Entertainment will again include a mix of comedy, music, dance and a live auction of exciting items.

The Women's Fest host hotel, the Atlantic Sands, is already fully booked, but visitors can get discounted room rates at the Women’s Fest partner hotel, the Breakers Hotel & Suites, by calling 302-227-6688 and mentioning Women’s Fest at the time of booking. Online reservations are not eligible for the discounted rate.


Rehoboth Beach Jewish Film Fest ticket sales now open

Limited free student passes available

The Rehoboth Beach Film Society, in partnership with Seaside Jewish Community, will present the eighth annual Rehoboth Beach Jewish Film Festival from Wednesday to Sunday, March 15 to 19, at the Cinema Art Theater in Lewes.

Tickets are $12 per film. Thanks to an anonymous donor, a limited number of free admission tickets will be provided to students with valid ID. To request free passes, students should email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

To view the complete listing of films and purchase tickets, go to


Rehoboth Film and Theatre Camps

Superb Summer Programs for Creativity and Fun!

Originality, Imagination, and teamwork have always been the essential elements of Rehoboth Summer Children’s Theatre camps. Once again this summer children, ages 8-14, will part join in a wide variety of hands-on creative activities! With three weeks of film camp and two weeks of theatre camp, there are plenty of opportunities for young movie makers and actors to grow, learn and just have some fun!

The dates for the three film camps are: July 10-14, July 17-21 and July 24-28. The campers create their own original films, learning skills, terminology and the importance of collaboration in video production. There is also a unit on the business of film, introducing budgets and staffing. Each week ends with a mini-film festival, screening the campers’ work.

 Theatre camps, July 31-August 4 and August 14-18, provide a week of theatre games and improvisations designed to improve campers’ acting and communication skills. Participants audition for roles and rehearse a scripted play which is performed for family and friends on Friday afternoon.

 The camps run Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. The weekly fee for Film Camp is $395. The weekly fee for Theatre Camp is $375. An early registration discount is available before February 17. Camps are conducted in the Fellowship Hall of the Lutheran Church of Our Savior, 20276 Bay Vista Road, Rehoboth Beach. Registration is available online at the RSCT website . Information is also available at 302-227-6766.


 Center hosts jackpot bingo Tuesdays

Jackpot bingo is back every Tuesday at the Lewes Senior Activity Center, 32083 Janice Road, Lewes. Doors open at 4 p.m. with dinner served at 4:30. Early bird games begin at 5:30 p.m. and regular games start at 6 p.m. Basic bingo packages are $18. For details, go to or call 302-645-9293.


Prime Timers hold boardwalk strolls

The Delaware Coastal Prime Timers chapter meets for Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk strolls two mornings a week. The Tuesday early-bird stroll starts at 8:30 a.m., with optional breakfast at Goolee's Grille afterward around 9:30 a.m. The Thursday late-sleeper stroll starts at 11 a.m., with optional brunch at Goolee's Grille around noon.

Walkers gather on the Boardwalk at the end of Rehoboth Avenue. Walk leader Glenn Lash will be the only one wearing a kilt.

Prime Timers is a fun, welcoming, member-driven, international social organization with 75 chapters and more than 10,000 members. To learn about upcoming events, email


Ballroom dancing on Mondays, Thursdays

The Cape Henlopen Senior Center offers ballroom dancing instruction with intermediate/ advanced classes held from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., Mondays, and from 10 to 11 a.m., Thursdays. Beginner classes are offered from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., Thursdays. Cost is $10 per person. Participants must be senior center members. For more information, call 302-227-2055.

Upcoming Jolly Trolley Tours - Local Orientation Tour, Longwood Gardens and more!

Our tours are thoughtfully created for full/part-time residents, as well as visitors, of our beautiful beach communities, and offer unique, local & day-trip experiences for those living and visiting in Coastal Southern Delaware. Individuals and small groups, families, corporate & business outings, team bonding events, bachelorette parties are our target audience for our tours.

All of our scheduled tours can be reserved & customized as a private group charter tour.

Mondays - Local Orientation Tour
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From our Nature Tours to Brewery Tours we are your safe and reliable transit professionals and are here with exciting and experiential tours for your family's, neighborhood's, and community's next group outing!


An old friend finds a new home
The Rehoboth Beach Historical Society and City of Rehoboth Beach are excited to announce the return of the beloved Dolle’s sign to the community. The sign has been installed on the western side of the Rehoboth Beach History Museum at 511 Rehoboth Avenue.
“The Dolle’s sign has been a Rehoboth Beach icon for decades,” says Mayor Stan Mills. “And while change may be inevitable, it will be wonderful to have an old, familiar friend welcoming people as they enter Rehoboth Beach. I’m so pleased that the Rehoboth Beach History Museum stepped up to preserve this rather large piece of Rehoboth-cana and has found a highly visible, distinctive way to display the sign.”

“The Dolle’s sign is an iconic symbol of Rehoboth Beach,” says Nancy Alexander, director of the Rehoboth Beach Historical Society and Museum. “The historical society is grateful to Tom Ibach for donating it to the society, and we are grateful to the City of Rehoboth Beach for cooperating with us in having the sign mounted on the museum building.

“The Dolle’s sign represents many happy memories for people who visit the city,” she adds. “Whether it is their first visit or one of many over the years, the sign is a symbol to so many people that vacation has begun.”

More than 250 donors contributed more than $35,000 to help bring the sign to the museum.


Public release of the West Rehoboth Legacy Mural
The Developing Artist Collaboration in conjunction with West Side New Beginnings Children and Youth Program Inc. and the Community of West Rehoboth are thrilled to announce the public release of the West Rehoboth Legacy Mural at 37401 Malloy St Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971.  This mural features a largely unknown historical narrative of the iconic community of color, West Rehoboth created by renowned Mural Artist Terrance Vann. The content of the mural has been derived from oral histories of descendants of the founding families from West Rehoboth as well as personal accounts from the West Rehoboth Legacy Partners Committee consisting of Ms. Brenda Milbourne, Ms. Waynne Paskins, Ms. Lucille Hood, Mr. Clyde Vann, and Mr. Diaz J Bonville led by our project Historian Antoine Vann.

The mural is located on Central St. and Malloy St. and the public can utilize designated parking. The public mural will be available to the public and in Fall 2022 will feature mounted QR codes for the public to access videos of verbal histories and historical facts to learn about the largely unknown history of West Rehoboth and the surrounding community of color. This mural has been commissioned by the Developing Artist Collaboration, an Artist Development non-profit organization proudly located in West Rehoboth and has generously been financially supported by individual community members, the Delaware Community Foundation, Sussex County Council, Festival of Cheer, and the Southern Delaware Food and Wine Festival.


CAMP Rehoboth theatre season to open June 23
The CAMP Rehoboth Theatre Company announced its 2022-23 season, which is set to include its most experimental and unique productions yet.

This season will center on LGBTQ stories and further CAMP Rehoboth’s mission to bring arts to the community. All shows will be directed by Russell Stiles.

The final show will be in February 2023, CAMP Rehoboth will present “Burgerz,” a one-person show by Travis Alabanza. After transphobic slurs – and a hamburger – are thrown at theatre artist Travis Alabanza, a newfound passion is ignited. They become obsessed with hamburgers: how they are made, how they feel and smell, how they travel through the air, how the mayonnaise feels on the skin.

For more information email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 302-227-5620.

Delaware Botanic Gardens are open

Delaware Botanic Gardens are open for the season. The gardens’ new 800-square-foot rustic cedar restroom building has unique features, including the the living wall of plants at the entry, a cistern to capture rain for watering plants, and a rain garden by the building deck.

New garden features installed over the winter include 84,000 new spring bulbs planted in the 2-acre Piet Oudolf Meadow Garden, and the new reflecting pool in the Folly Garden, with an additional 37,500 plants and bulbs.

Delaware Botanic Gardens will be open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Thursdays to Sundays, at 30220 Piney Neck Road, Dagsboro.

To learn more about Delaware Botanic Gardens, go to .


History of Delaware's segregated beaches explored in new exhibit
The Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs’ Zwaanendael Museum in Lewes recently released on online exhibit called Segregated Sands: Delaware's Segregated Beaches During the Jim Crow Era.” The exhibit explores the history and stories of the Indigenous and African American experience at Delaware’s beaches during the segregation era.

“Segregated Sands” was created by Zwaanendael Museum staff members and intern Kelli Racine Barnes, a doctoral candidate at the University of Delaware studying late 18th and early 19th century African American history.To access the exhibit, go to the museum website at To ask questions and learn more, contact the Zwaanendael Museum at 302-645-1148 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


March 8, 2022
Rehoboth Beach recognized again as a Tree City USA
For the 31st time, Rehoboth Beach has earned recognition from the Arbor Day Foundation as a Tree City USA. Also, the city has once again received the foundation’s Growth Award for continuous improvement to its urban forestry program.

“These national recognitions from the Arbor Day Foundation are perennial in Rehoboth Beach, but that doesn’t mean that we take them – or our trees – for granted,” said Arborist Liz Lingo in a prepared statement. “The city’s commitment to tree canopy preservation, maintenance and planting are critical to safeguarding Rehoboth’s wooded seaside character, which is so highly valued by our residents and visitors.”

Rehoboth is one of 3,600 communities across the country that qualify for Tree City USA designation by meeting four program requirements: having a tree board or department, a tree-care ordinance, an annual community forestry budget of at least $2 per capita, and an Arbor Day observance and proclamation. The Growth Award recognizes communities that demonstrate year-over-year increasing levels of tree care and community engagement.


If you are already a member of the Cape Henlopen Senior Center, you know how much we have to offer. If you are not, we want you to know what you’re missing. First of all, we have a wonderful Billiards Area with two Diamond Pool Tables. Open Play Monday – Thursday 8 AM to 4 PM. Sharing the second floor of our building is our Fitness Area featuring assorted, up-to-date exercise equipment. Just what you need to get in shape for next summer!

For those who like cards and table games, we offer Contact Bridge on Thursdays from 12:30 to 4 PM; Mah Jongg on Wednesdays from 11 AM to 2PM; Pinochle on Thursday from 10:30 AM to 4 PM; Monday is Game Day every week form 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM – we play Quiddler, Cribbage, or 5 Crown. Don’t know how to play? We have someone who will teach you!

Jackpot Bingo is the first Wednesday of each month: doors open at 11:30 AM and Games start at 1 PM (call to reserve your seat by Monday, November 1st for next month). Lunch is available. Penny Bingo fills up the other Wednesdays each month starting at 11:45 AM to 4 PM.

Like Crafts or Hobbies? Our Quilters meet on Tuesday from 8:30 to 11 AM, and the Yarners Group on Wednesdays from 9 to 11 AM. Our Woodcarvers “whittle” away on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 to 11 AM.

 When it comes to Exercise and Dance, we truly have something for everyone! Arthritis Exercise on Wednesdays from 9 to 10 am; Balance Class on Mondays form 2 to 2:45 PM; Fitness Circuit Training on Wednesdays from 9:30 to 10:30 AM; Sit and Get Fit on Mondays and Fridays form 9 to 10 AM; Tai Chi on Tuesdays from 1:30 to 2:30 and Fridays from 11:10 AM to 12:10 PM; Chair Tai Chi on Fridays form 10:05 to 11:05 AM; and Gentle Yoga on Wednesdays form 10 to 11 AM. For those who like to get their exercise from dancing we have DanceSport on Mondays from 3 to 4 PM; LaBlast Exercise on Tuesdays form 10:30 to 11:30 AM; Line Dancing (Beginners) on Mondays from 11 AM to 12 Noon; and Tap Dancing on Thursdays from 8:45 to 9:55 AM.

Want additional information? Just call the Cape Henlopen Senior Center at 302-227-2055, Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 4 PM – we will be happy to help you!


LaBlast Dance Fitness at Cape Henlopen Senior Center
   The Cape Henlopen Senior Center is offering a brand-new fitness program sure to please.
LaBlast Dance Fitness is a partner-free fitness workout created by world-renowned dancer and fitness expert Louis Van Amstel, who has been seen on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.”
   The class is accessible for all levels, from the absolute beginner to the experienced dancer. LaBlast takes students through a diverse mix of famous ballroom dances set to favorite music from pop and rock to hip-hop and country. Participants experience the full array of dance styles from jive to foxtrot and Viennese waltz to Lindy hop.
   Whether one wants to tone the body, maintain a healthy lifestyle, learn to dance or just have a great time, LaBlast offers something for everyone.
   The class will be held weekly from 9 to 9:45 a.m., beginning Wednesday, March 24. The cost is $5 per session, and attendance is limited to 16 people. To reserve a spot, call 302-227-2055. Once the center is permitted to return to a five-day week, this class will be held at 3 p.m., Tuesdays.
   Instructor Joshua Beaver, originally from Thompsontown, Pa., began his early dance training at Movement Laboratory with Judy Williams Henry. He attended summer intensives at American Ballet Theater. He attended the Boston Conservatory and earned a bachelor’s degree in dance in 2011. After graduating, he joined ballet company Teatrul de Balet Sibiu in Romania, where he spent three seasons rising to first soloist and choreographer. During this time, he toured and performed various classical and contemporary works, and toured throughout Europe performing in theaters in Germany, Austria, Hungary and Sicily. Shortly after returning home, Beaver joined Dayton Ballet in Ohio where he spent two seasons as a featured soloist. Before the pandemic hit, Beaver was touring nationally with the Broadway musical “An American in Paris.” He currently resides in Lewes and is involved in the fitness industry.
   For more information about the Senior Center, stop in and visit us at 11 Christian Street Rehoboth Beach, DE or website .

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Rehoboth Beach Museum Releases Video of Vintage Images and Spoken Poems to Thank Supporters
   Rehoboth Beach, DE – The Rehoboth Beach Museum has released a video of spoken poems about Rehoboth Beach from a c. 1940 book by Sadie Moore Cooke. The poems are read by Michael Sprouse, and images of vintage postcards from the museum's collection and private collections are shown throughout. Sprouse is the live on-air host of the television/radio program Coastal A&E which is broadcast every Saturday morning between 11 and 12 on TV Delmarva and between 12 and 1 PM on Delaware 105.9 FM. Mr. Sprouse also created the video. The video can be viewed on the museum’s website at
The video is presented by the Rehoboth Beach Historical Society as a way to say thank you to the community and to those who supported the society throughout 2020.
   The Rehoboth Beach Historical Society wishes to thank Michael Sprouse, Delaware Humanities, The National Endowment for the Humanities, and volunteers David MacDonald and Roland Forster for making this video possible. It is dedicated to the memories of Carol and Lee Jones, ardent supporters of the arts and humanities in Delaware.
The link to the video on YouTube is here:   

Otherwise, folks can view the video by going to:

“Results of the Avery’s Rest Bioarchaeological Investigations"
   A video presentation by Raquel Fleskes, a doctoral candidate in biological anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania. Fleskes is lead author of the research paper “Ancient DNA and bioarchaeological perspectives on European and African diversity and relationships on the colonial Delaware frontier” which was published in the October 2019 edition of the American Journal of Physical Anthropology. Go to the following link to watch the video.

Museum Offers Recorded Programs for Public Viewing
   Rehoboth Beach, DE - Members and friends of the Rehoboth Beach Historical Society have been treated to a fun and informative series of video programs over the past four months on topics ranging from the history of Funland to the passage of the 19th Amendment. Titled “Conversations on History,” these programs, hosted by Program Manager Marge LaFond, have been posted on the museum’s YouTube channel. The recorded videos can now also be accessed on the Society’s web page at under the “Video/Audio” tab at the top of the home page. Other topics include Religious Congregations of Rehoboth, Rehoboth Beach during the Railroad era, Ferries, Trains and Automobiles: Getting to Rehoboth Beach before the Bay Bridge, and 30 Years of CAMP Rehoboth: A Photographic Retrospective. Each program lasts about 50 minutes and can be watched at any time of any day. While there is no charge to view the programs the Society appreciates donations, which help us continue these programs.
   Donations can be made and memberships purchased on the website as well. This, and other programs, are made possible by a grant from the Delaware Humanities Forum and the National Endowment for the Arts. Members of the public may call (302) 227-7310 with questions about programs or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


The 25 coolest towns in America: 2019   Our own Rehoboth Beach made the list.
   Each of these 25 towns, all with populations under 100,000, offers something special and has come into its own as a destination of late. Whether you’re looking for untamed wilderness or sandy beaches, deep history or provocative art, craft cocktails or cheap beer, these are the 25 coolest small towns in the US to visit next year. Read about it here:

The Most Underrated Place to Visit in Delaware
   Rehoboth Beach has been named "Delaware's most underrated place to visit" and the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk has been highlighted as a must-visit attraction in Rehoboth Beach, according to TripAdvisor user data.

Kids Catch-all Fishing Tournament has been recognized as one of the best kids fishing tournaments in the United States
   FishingBooker, the US’s largest platform for booking fishing trips, has made a list of the best kids fishing tournaments in the entire country. Kids Catch-all Fishing Tournament has been recognized as one of the best ones!
   Nothing is as rewarding as seeing your kid pull up their first fish. The joy you share at that moment, the pride you and your kid both feel, is what often sparks a lifelong love of angling. Still, your youngster can only learn so much from you (no matter how good of an angler you are). This is where the kids' fishing tournaments come in. These events are an ideal opportunity for your children to have fun and develop their skills, as well as make new friends.


Good news! Two DART Beach Bus Routes - Routes 201 and 204 - now run year-round. They will operate every 30 minutes, Monday through Saturday, from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

   Route 201 provides service from the Lewes Park & Ride lot, along DE Route 1 corridor to Tanger Outlets, Rehoboth Park & Ride and Rehoboth Boardwalk. Route 204 operates between the Lewes Park & Ride and Downtown Lewes, including the Cape May-Lewes Ferry Terminal. Free parking will now be offered at both the Lewes and Rehoboth Park & Rides. In addition, the following Sussex County services (Routes 206, 212 and 215) provide Saturday service year round.

Read more here for information about fares and how to connect with the services:

   The three-minute video created for the Delaware Tourism Office, features Rehoboth Beach, Trap Pond and Nemours Estate in a virtual tour of the state. In order to promote tourism in new and captivating ways, the tour immerses viewers in the New Castel and Sussex County attractions. The video is available to view at the Delaware Welcome Center Travel Plaza on I-95 from 10AM – 2PM Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays or on the Delaware Tourism website,  click and drag on the video to get the 360 degree effect.
Rehoboth Beach and Boardwalk is one of the winners of the Best Delaware Attraction category in the USA TODAY 10Best Readers' Choice travel award contest.  For complete information, click here.

Rehoboth Beach Museum's Call for Volunteers
   Members of the public who are looking for volunteer opportunities are encouraged to contact the Rehoboth Beach Historical Society. Volunteer opportunities include greeting visitors, working with the archives, and completing research on objects in the permanent collection. The museum offers a relaxed working atmosphere and is handicap accessible. Volunteers can work for a few hours a month or a regular weekly schedule. Those interested are encouraged to call (302) 227-7310 and ask for the museum director, Nancy Alexander.


U.S. Lighthouse Society's Passport Stamps for Fourteen Foot Bank Lighthouse and the Lewes Life-Saving Station are Available at The Lewes Historical Society
   The Lewes Historical Society is excited to now offer passports and stamps for the U.S. Lighthouse Society’s Passport Program.  Lighthouse Passports are available at The Lewes Historical Society’s Zwaanendael Club Museum Store for $15.00.  The Lewes Historical Society stamp locations for Fourteen Foot Bank Lighthouse and the Lewes Life-Saving Station include the Cannonball House Maritime Museum at 118 Front Street, Ryves Holt House at 218 Second Street, and the Zwannendael Club Museum Store at 302 Savannah Road, all located in Lewes, Delaware. For more information about the U.S. Lighthouse Society, visit  To learn more about The Lewes Historical Society, visit


Rehoboth Beach Ranked #2 in "Happiest Seaside Towns in America"
Coastal Living magazine ranks Rehoboth Beach second in it's contest. Many who live, work and visit here agree! By the way, #1 was Stuart, Florida.


Lewes Historical Society Joins Delaware Library Catalog, Receives Grant to Update Website
   The Lewes Historical Society is adding its library collections to the Delaware Library Catalog thanks to the efforts of Society collections volunteer Barbara Nonnemaker who is entering close to 4,000 records from the Society's in-house database.  The Society expects to add select records from its archives to the Delaware Heritage Collection as well. The Lewes Historical Society's library and archives are available to use free of charge and by appointment.  Access to parts of the collection are available at  The Delaware Library Catalog is searchable at  to explore our library collection as well as libraries across Delaware. If you are interested in donating historical materials to the collection or scheduling a research visit, please contact the Society at 302-645-7670 or at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Additionally, the Society has recently been awarded a grant from the Jessie Ball duPont Fund of Jacksonille, Florida to improve access to all its collections via its own website.


The City of Rehoboth Beach smoking ban is in effect.
   The smoking ban includes the beach (except for up to 20 areas on the beach designated as smoking permitted areas which will be clearly marked), the Boardwalk, the Bandstand Plaza, City parks, and the street ends adjoining the Boardwalk. Signage is in place to delineate the designated smoking areas. The approved ordinance can be read by clicking here.

   A system for pay-by-phone parking is in Rehoboth Beach. Drivers are able to pay for parking with a credit card by dialing a phone number or using a smart-phone application. This new system replaces the credit card system. This does not eliminate the ability to pay for parking with quarters. For more information about pay-by-phone parking, visit
Boardwalk Plaza Hotel earns top honors
   AAA Mid-Atlantic has awarded the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel the Four Diamond Award, the travel agency's highest designation for the hospitality industry. Only 3.8% of the hotels in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Caribbean have received a Four Diamond rating, according to AAA.

Rehoboth Beach beach video
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Free Admission Policy Initiated for Visitors to Rehoboth Beach Museum
   Admission to the Rehoboth Beach Museum at 511 Rehoboth Avenue will be free for all visitors. Museum Director Nancy Alexander said, “We want to encourage more vacationers and residents alike to make visiting - and revisiting - the museum a must-do activity when they are downtown, and we think a no-charge admission policy will help achieve that goal”. Summer hours for the Rehoboth Beach Museum are Monday-Friday, 10 am to 4 pm, and Saturday and Sunday, 11 am to 3 pm. Starting November 1, the museum will be closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Monday, Thursday and Friday- hours will be 10am-4pm and Saturday and Sunday-11am-3pm. Click here for more information.
Rehoboth expands parking for disabled.
   The Board of Commissioners voted to list the new parking spots in its code at a July 16, 2010, meeting.  The new locations in Rehoboth Beach are: Two at Dos Locos Restaurant, Two at Nicola Pizza, Two at the Greene Turtle, Four in the ocean block of Maryland Avenue, One at Grenoble Place, and One at Baltimore Avenue.  The city has also been working to make the corners of intersections accessible, as well.

 Delaware Beach Life Magazine
Featuring top-notch writing and beautiful photography, this magazine is produced not only for those who live at the beach year-round, but also for part-time residents, seasonal visitors, and ''armchair travelers'' who just want to keep in touch. 302-227-9499, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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