Governor Ross Mansion
The Ross Mansion and Plantation in Seaford is a true gem, not only of the Nanticoke Heritage Byway but also of southern Delaware in general. William Henry Harrison Ross was the 29th governor of Delaware and served in that role from 1851 to 1855. Later becoming a southern sympathizer during the United States Civil War, he had a bounty placed on his head by President Abraham Lincoln and fled to England during the fighting. A trip to the historic Ross Mansion is a step back in time to the mid 1850s.
The Nanticoke Heritage Byway is a hidden gem in southern Delaware that offers visitors a glimpse into the region’s rich cultural heritage and natural beauty. From stunning parks to historic mansions, here are some of the top destinations to visit along the Nanticoke Heritage Byway.
Discover the rich history of southern Delaware along the Nanticoke Heritage Byway, where each stop offers a unique glimpse into the region’s cultural heritage.
The Seaford Museum is a must-visit destination for history buffs and curious visitors alike
Step back in time and explore the lavish lifestyle of a wealthy 19th-century family at Ross Mansion in Seaford, Delaware.
Hearn & Rawlins Mill
Located in southern Delaware, Hearn & Rawlins Mill is a fascinating glimpse into the region’s agricultural past.
Explore the rich history of the Nanticoke Heritage Byway at the Cannon-Maston House, located in Laurel, Delaware.
Seaford Train Station
The Seaford Train Station is a fascinating piece of southern Delaware’s transportation history.