Nanticoke Indian Museum, at jct. SRs 24 (John J. Williams Hwy.) and 5, is in a restored community schoolhouse. Exhibits interpret the history and development of the Nanticoke Indians, Delaware's first residents and one of two state-recognized American Indian tribes. Highlights include basketwork, ceremonial dress, pottery, arrowheads and stone implements. Other collections include tribal dolls and kachinas and a reference library.
Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.