One of Delaware's main claims to fame is that in 1787, it became the first state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. First State National Historical Park, managed by the National Park Service, tells the early colonial history of the state (and part of the park actually extends into Pennsylvania as well). The park features six separate, spread-out areas that offer different activities, from hiking in Brandywine Valley to historic buildings and museums, so plan accordingly. This is a true can't-miss for history buffs.
First State National Historical Park is a National Park Service unit which lies primarily in the state of Delaware but which extends partly into Pennsylvania in Chadds Ford. Initially created as First State National Monument by President Barack Obama under the Antiquities Act on March 25, 2013, the park was later redesignated as First State National Historical Park by Congress. New Castle Green
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