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Rockwood Park & Museum
Joseph Shipley, a Quaker merchant banker, built Rockwood between 1851 and 1854. Its Gothic Revival architecture and enchanting landscape were designed to reflect the beauty of an English country estate.
The museum reflects the way the Bringhurst family, descendants of Shipley, lived during the turn of the 20th century.
Tue Mar. 21Tuesday AM Flow Yoga During the winter season, Rockwood’s Flow Yoga with instructor Maryann Quinn will take place inside the museum. Come for an hour of fun and relaxation and learn the art of Flow Yoga. Program is offered every Tuesday at 9 am. Please bring a mat, towel, water & blocks if you use them. Ages 16-Adults.
Thu Mar. 23Rockwood Family Hike - Signs of Spring Join Rockwood staff for a monthly guided hike in spring and fall to discover some new and memorable themes of this important garden and park. From Bugs to Maple Syrup, this park holds many unique stories.
Thu Mar. 23Thursday PM Yoga Meditation Rockwood is now offering a Thursday evening yoga practice that emphasizes conscious breathing techniques and gentle movement.
Fri Mar. 24Mayhem & Murder at Rockwood WANTED: Investigators to solve a Murder at Rockwood Park and Museum!
Sat Mar. 25Story Time and Craft at Rockwood - Think Spring! Join museum staff and volunteers each last Saturday of the spring months for a special-themed Story Time followed by a related craft or activity!
Sat Mar. 25
Tue Mar. 28Tuesday AM Flow Yoga During the winter season, Rockwood’s Flow Yoga with instructor Maryann Quinn will take place inside the museum. Come for an hour of fun and relaxation and learn the art of Flow Yoga. Program is offered every Tuesday at 9 am. Please bring a mat, towel, water & blocks if you use them. Ages 16-Adults.
Thu Mar. 30Yappy Hour at Rockwood Park FREE gathering for dog lovers in parks-featuring British Invasion tunes by the Harris Circle and others featuring a cash bar.
Our indoor space has the flexibility to accommodate a small intimate event or a large gathering. The Carriage House offers a unique setting for any private event including:
- Holiday gatherings
- Family reunions
- Birthday and anniversary parties
- Nonprofit events
- Baby/bridal showers
- Corporate functions
Rockwood Park & MuseumPhysical Address
4651 Washington Street Extension
Wilmington, DE 19802
Phone: : (302) 761-4340
Facility RentalsMansion, Garden, and Conservatory RentalsPhone: (302) 761-4340
National Register of Historic Places, Rockwood, New Castle County, Delaware, National Register #76000579.
|Although the west wing of the mansion is wheelchair accessible including accessible restrooms, please note that only a limited portion of the museum is wheelchair accessible. The main museum rooms are only accessible by stairs.|