11:00am. During the first two weekends in December the Rehoboth Beach Museum will open to guests who wish to see the diorama of "The Railroad Era: The Golden Age of Rehoboth Beach." The Museum is opening only for the purpose of exhibiting the diorama. No other rooms will be open, and we will be following all Delaware State safety guidelines. Face coverings will be required and social distancing will be observed. Reservations will be taken for half hour intervals for groups of no more than 6 people at one time.
While the museum has been closed, 7 videos produced by Paul Lovett about the diorama have been available on the Rehoboth Beach Museum website. Many people have expressed a desire to see the actual diorama which has been constructed in "n" scale by various artisans atop a series of tables. Mr. Lovett's videos and the diorama bring the history of the Railroad era to life.
An admission of $5.00 is required for all guests over 12 years old due at time of registration. The museum is located at 511 Rehoboth Ave. Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971. There will be no public restrooms available in the Museum during this time.
If you are interested in seeing the diorama call the Museum at 302-227-7310 and leave a message on the answering machine with your name and a telephone number where you can be reached. You will be contacted to set up a date and time for your visit.
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