Things To Do

Local Attractions

Rehoboth beach, DELAWARE

Seagreen Bicycle Shop, experienced and knowledgeable technicians to serve your bike — even if you bought it elsewhere. Provide adjustments, repairs, tune-ups, overhauls, upgrades, and more. Stock many common parts in order to have you back on the road quickly. A one-stop shop for the Delaware Shore.

  • 54 Baltimore Avenue, Rehoboth Beach
  • 302.226.2323

Atlantic Cycles, 2 locations close to boardwalk — beach cruisers, comfort bikes, road bikes, kid’s bikes, surreys, tandem bikes and more. Complimentary child seats, helmets, locks, bells, lights, baskets or handlebar bags & trail maps with bike rental —

  • On the boardwalk at Virginia Avenue; 302.226.1099
  • 18 Wilmington Avenue, Rehoboth Beach; 302.226.2543.

Bike To Go, 174 Rehoboth Avenue; 302.227.7600. Full Service Bike Location – sales, accessories, service and clothing. WEBSITE

Bob’s Bikes, 1st & Maryland Avenue (closest to Memorial House). The lines of colorful surreys and bikes along the main thoroughfare has been a fixture on 1st Street since 1934. The bikes and the staff at Bob’s have changed over the years, however our goal remains the same…creating fun at the beach by renting good bikes and surreys. WEBSITE

Water, Beaches, and Trails

Cape Henlopen’s beaches attract thousands of visitors who enjoy everything from ocean swimming, boating, fishing, and kayaking to clamming, paddle-boarding and wind-surfing. But Cape Henlopen offers more than just the ocean and bays. The park’s premiere trails offer hiking and biking exploration.

A designated swimming beach, accessible from the Lewes entrance to the park, provides lifeguard patrols between Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day (schedule may vary depending on staff availability).

Mobi-Mat equipment, consisting of three 30-foot mats allowing those in wheelchairs and power chairs to access the beach from the boardwalk, is also available at this location. WEBSITE

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The Acting Company provides approximately 150 professional theatre performances each year. The company’s performances are developed by a paid team of theatrical artisans, emphasizing exceptional acting, elaborate costumes, and creative lighting. The talented casts, often utilizing students of the Arts Institute, performed for more than 15,000 theatre-goers in 2015 at the Company’s home at Baltimore Avenue or through ongoing partnerships at Milton Theatre, the Schwartz Center for the Arts in Dover and the Freeman Stage in Fenwick Island.

A typical season includes:

  • Summer Repertory a rotation of three popular Broadway shows, specifically targeting the summer tourists of Rehoboth Beach.
  • TWO Spring Musicals, plus a smaller musical in the Fall
  • TWO Plays – Spring and Fall, plus a one-person play in June
  • A reader’s theatre presentation each March in cooperation with a local community non-profit
  • A season musical for the holiday season

20 Baltimore Avenue, REhoboth Beach; 302.227.2270 WEBSITE

You’ve tasted the beers and now you want to see how and where all the magic happens! Join Dogfish Distillery for their daily tour as they show you around their off-centered world. An hour-long tour, you’ll dive into what makes Dogfish, Dogfish with stops at 200-barrel brewhouse, Off-Centered Center and even our new R&D system where you’ll have a chance to sample experimental brews, and then off to see the packaging facility. You’ll finish things off with a sampling in their Tasting Room – four free samples and you get to pick ‘em all!

6 Cannery Village Center, Milton, DE; 1.888.8dogfish



Twenty rides at Funland offer something to excite the whole family. They range from classic rides, like the carousel, to more modern adventures aboard the Superflip360 or Freefall. Fourteen of the rides are geared towards the younger crowd; the other six are major rides. The five original rides have been at Funland since 1962, meaning that multiple generations can experience the same ride!

6 Delaware Avenue, Rehoboth Beach; 302.227.1921 WEBSITE

Old Landing Golf Course, 20836 Old Landing Road, Rehoboth Beach; 302.227.3131 WEBSITE

Golf at the Creek, One Kings Creek Circle, Rehoboth Beach; 302.227.7172 WEBSITE




Jungle Jim’s features Delaware’s largest waterpark, and additional fun with bumper boats, mini-golf, batting cages and more. Jungle Jim’s remains your one-stop shop for  fantastic family fun in southern Delaware!

36944 Country Club Rd, Rehoboth Beach, 302.227.8444 WEBSITE

Affordable family fun awaits you at Rehoboth Beach, Delaware’s premier fun destination, Midway Speedway Park! At Midway Speedway Park you have four times the fun… for less.

  1. Midway Speedway
  2. White Water Mountain Water Park
  3. Fire Mountain Golf
  4. Fun Park Attractions

18645 Coastal Hwy, Rehoboth Beach; 302.645.8064 or 302.644.2042

Ryan’s Mini Golf, 1 Delaware Avenue, Rehoboth Beach; 302.227.2667

Shell We Golf, 19366 Coastal Hwy, Rehoboth Beach; 302.227.4323. 19-hole miniature-golf course with a beachcomber theme on the grounds of a seashell gift shop. WEBSITE

Midway Speedway Park, 18645 Coastal Hwy, Rehoboth Beach; 302.645.8064 or 302.644.2042. Putt your way through the fun and challenging 18-hole mini-golf course beneath the Fire Mountain volcano. Look out for the wreck of the airplane Caribbean Express that teeters there! It’s volcanic excitement! WEBSITE

Atlantic Theaters, 18585 Coastal Hwy, Suite 1, Rehoboth Beach; WEBSITE

The Rehoboth Art League exhibits more than two dozen solo and group shows of artworks each year in our six galleries located throughout our 3+ acre wooded campus, in Henlopen Acres. A Members’ Sales Gallery, a non-juried exhibition of works by member artists, is always on display year-round in one or more of our galleries.  Browse the best of league members’ work in our juried Members’ Showcase Exhibitions, or see new and notable works from local and regional artists in any of our gallery locations. Works from our esteemed permanent collection are always on view in the Marcia and Henry DeWitt Gallery, located within the Corkran Gallery. Exhibitions also take place at off-campus sites, such as  the Great Hall at the Rehoboth Beach Municipal Building.

12 Dodds Lane, Rehoboth Beach; 302.227.8408 WEBSITE

P. O. Box 216
501 Rehoboth Avenue (Visitors Center)
306 Rehoboth Avenue (Administrative Offices)
302.227.2233 or 800.441.1329


Delmarva Board Sport Adventures, 135 Dagsworthy Street, Dewey Beach, 302.260.9008 WEBSITE

East of Maui, 104 St. Louis Street, Dewey Beach, 302.227.4703 WEBSITE

Dewey Beach Watersports, 113 Dickinson Street, Dewey Beach; 302.227.1113 WEBSITE