The First State Valentine’s Day Date Tourism Office posted the article, “10 great ways to wow your Valentine in Delaware,”  featuring a comprehensive list from lavish expressions of love to affordable heart-warming fun all taking place in, yes, Delaware.

It’s easy to create a First State Valentine’s Day Date!

According to the post, “Delaware’s tax-free shopping helps factor in affordability, and Delaware’s wealth of classy, romantic settings means your special day (or weekend) will have that necessary air of sophistication,” the article continues.

Delaware being Small Wonder, you can literally start the day at a museum in Wilmington, stop and wine taste in Marydel (west of Dover) and end your with a romantic Oceanside dinner for two in Rehoboth, Dewey or Bethany Beach. From Northern Delaware to the Southern Delaware Beaches, we have highlighted a Valentine’s Day Date in each County.


Wilmington’s Waterfront

Northern Delaware: Wilmington

Check out the Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts on the Wilmington Riverfront. Linger over a refined dinner at the opulent Green Room in the Hotel DuPont, Late-night drinks at the Hotel DuPont’s Piano Bar, before heading back to the luxurious room for a cozy night’s stay.


schwartz center

The Schwartz Center

Central Delaware: Dover

Book a room at Dover Downs Hotel and Casino. Enjoy wine tasting at Pizzadili Vineyards or hit the casino before heading to Cool Springs Fish Bar & Restaurant for dinner. Tonight FALL IN LOVE with the SCHWARTZ Center… AGAIN – dance to Comfort Zone, have your Tarot Cards read and taste Painted Stave Distilling, Mispillion River Brewing Company, Harvest Ridge Winery products.



The Point in CHSP

Coastal Delaware: Lewes

Take your Valentine’s to the Inn at Canal Square’s Vintage Valentine Escape. Have coffee, browse history and the boutiques for Valentine treasures along Second Street. Treat your Valentine to the memorable lunch at Agave Mexican Restaurant or taste some at Teller Wines Saturday Wine Tastings. Reserve a romantic dinner at the Buttery or Touch of Italy. End the night with a stroll along the Lewes Canal.

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