Rehoboth Beach is a one-square-mile community in the Sussex County of Delaware and a popular beach destination along the mid-Atlantic ocean. This all-year-round, coastal, vacation spot in the past attracted Washington, D.C. beach lovers which made it dubbed the "Nation's Summer Capital. But today Rehoboth Beach as the largest beach resort in Delaware attracts visitors from around the nation and the world. There are plenty of things to do and places to explore at Rehoboth Beach for visitors. These include:

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10 Rehoboth Beach Museum

Founded in 1975 the Rehoboth Beach Museum is operated by the Rehoboth Beach Historical Society, and it preserves the architecture, history, culture, and character of Rehoboth Beach. It exhibits and showcases artifacts illustrating how the Rehoboth beach community developed at lectures, tours, annual balls, and luncheons. The museum also exhibits Civil War era maps and train schedules, vintage postcards, bathing suits, and other artifacts. The Rehoboth Beach Historical Society is also the custodian of Anna Hazzard Tent House which dates back to 1895. Society members get free access to the museum and lectures, newsletters, and other events.

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9 Eating Rehoboth

To understand why Rehoboth is one of America's fastest-growing gastronomic hot spots there is a 2.5-hour walking food tour. During this walking food tour, visitors enjoy diverse, tasty, and exclusive cuisines and beverages from Rehoboth Beach's five best eateries for $59 per person. For that price skilled guides are provided to guide salivating and thirsty visitors through this food tour hosted in the historic, downtown Rehoboth Beach. Food tours are open to those 21 years and older since alcohol is included in them. Tours are booked at least two weeks in advance by calling (888)-908-7115 or emailing

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8 Jungle Jim's River Safari Water Park

Open from 10 am to 6 pm Jungle Jim's River Safari Water Park is an ideal destination for family fun. This vast recreational facility has Delaware's largest water park. The water park has a wave pool, lazy river, kids spray ground, kiddie and activity pools plus giant water slides. There are also two well landscaped, mini-golf courses with bunkers, water hazards, and sloppy terrain that make teeing adventurous. Visitors can also play baseball and softball at six spots there. The River Safari Café has tasty treats and beverages to rejuvenate the energy of famished visitors.

7 Clear Space Theatre

Clear Space Theatre hosts a series of performance art and lessons, plus music shows for the whole year. A typical season has three popular Broadway shows aimed at tourists visiting Rehoboth Beach during the summer. At Spring two major musicals and a minor musical during Fall are hosted there. Two plays are also performed at the Clear Space Theatre during Spring and Fall seasons plus a single-person play in June. During the holiday season, a seasonal musical is also performed. Tickets to performances at Clear Space Theatre can be bought here.

6 Midway Speedway Park

Fun-filled, and affordable activities are available for visitors at the Midway Speedway Park including families with kids. For speed freaks, there are five go-kart tracks with one reserved for kids, and 10 go-kart styles that families can choose. Behind Midway Speedway Park is the White Water Mountain Water Park, with two pools suited for family fun. The water park also has water slides, a lazy river, and an activity pool. An 18-hole golf course where families can tee off at a mini-golf course also exists. A climbing wall and a bumper boat lagoon are also available at Midway Speedway Park. Tickets to Midway Speedway Park can be bought online here. Queries can be directed to management at or by calling 302-645-8064.

5 Rehoboth Beach Farmers Market

At Rehoboth Beach Farmers Market, visitors can purchase fresh vegetables, fruits, seafood, meat, spices, jellies, sausages, and non-food products like candles from 30 local vendors who flock there every Tuesday. This farmer's market opens from 10 am to 2 pm from May to October. Rehoboth Beach Farmers Market is located in Grove Park near Rehoboth Beach Museum. On market days parking is free.

4 Delaware Seashore State Park

Delaware Seashore State Park has 6 miles of ocean and 20 miles of bay shoreline and is vital to the Southern Delaware coastline. The inland bays and barrier beaches are a habitat for nesting birds and terrapin turtles. The State Park has over 7 miles of nature trails where visitors can hike, bike, or go birding. There are two swimming areas that have lifeguards patrolling from 9 am to 5 pm daily. At the Indian Inlet, visitors can go fishing, clamming, and crabbing. On each side of the inlet are two campgrounds that can accommodate camping units, tents, and recreational vehicles. Visitors can also kayak, picnic, or have events like weddings there.

3 Rehoboth Beach Bandstand

Rehoboth Beach Bandstand is a music and entertainment venue. Since 1963 the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand Summer Concert that starts from mid-June to Labor Day weekend offers free entertainment to Rehoboth Beach visitors. Yearly over 40 bands are chosen to perform at this open-air concert sponsored by the City Of Rehoboth Beach. Movies, orchestras, and variety act are also performed here.

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2 Funland Rehoboth

Funland Rehoboth has 20 different rides for visitors to have basic fun or adrenaline-inducing moments. The rides are reserved for both children and adults. They include the Carousel, SuperFlip 360, and Freefall rides. Five original rides in operation since 1962 still exist and have been ridden by multiple generations of visitors. There also are 11 midway games for adults and kids plus arcade games and bumper cars. At Funland Rehoboth, visitors can also buy sentimental artistic souvenirs. The events' schedule is always posted online as well as the ticket prices for different fun activities.

1 Tanger Outlets

Visitors can buy discounted designer merchandise straight from the manufacturer at the three Tanger Outlets at Rehoboth Beach. Brands at these malls include ECCO, Calvin Klein, Crocs, Claire's Under Armour, Nike, Levi's, Forever 21, Abercrombie & Fitch, Adidas, Aerie, and others. Discounts at Tanger Outlets can range from 40 to 70 percent. At Rehoboth Beach, the Tanger Outlets store opens from 10 am to 8 pm and IHOP, Chipotle Mexican Grill, and Applebee's Restaurants are within the three outlets, and they feed famished visitors on a shopping spree.