This unique shop sells supplies for projects that may be percolating in the sunburned heads of young and old alike, hence, the acronym (science, technology, engineering, art and math). Moreover, they offer classes and will help you get started with your brainstorm.
World-class magicians perform nightly (7 p.m.) for folks of all ages in a one-hour show followed by a meet-and-greet with even more magic. Free popcorn prior to performance. $26 adults, $18 children under 12.
35715 Atlantic Ave., Millville (3 miles from Bethany Beach). 302-829-1071. dptmagic.com.
Discover Sea Shipwreck Museum
A captivating (and sometimes eerie) hands-on exhibit of many of the centuries-old 10,000 shipwreck artifacts in the museum’s collection — from cutlasses to gold coins. There are keepsakes from the Titanic here, too.
Test your deductive abilities to break out of any one of five escape rooms spanning centuries in this interactive mystery puzzle. It’s mental calisthenics for the whole family. $20 adults, $15 students.
20245 Bay Vista Road #206, Rehoboth Beach. 302-344-6125. escaperehoboth.com.
Take a 6-mile trek along an old rail line through a canal-rich landscape. Or ride your bike. Or take your dog (on a leash). The flat trail offers stunning vistas of coastal marshes and the way life used to be.
Holland Glade and Hebron Roads, Rehoboth Beach. 302-645-8983. alltrails.com
The river safari water park features giant water slides, a wave pool, a rope climb and bumper boats. Also batting cages and two minature golf courses with waterfalls and streams. Adults can settle into an inner tube and float down the “Lazy River.” Admission is $23-$38, depending on height; less after 3 p.m.
36944 Country Club Road,Rehoboth Beach. 302-227-8444 funatjunglejims.com.
Lewes Farmers Market
Fresher fruits and vegetables, you just won’t find. Established in 2006, the largest producer-only market in Delaware also offers breads, baked goods, eggs, meats and herbs from more than 30 vendors. Saturdays, May 4 through Sept. 28, from 8 a.m. to noon.
George H.P. Smith Park, Johnson & Dupont Aves., Lewes. 302-644-1436. historiclewesfarmersmarket.org.
Nassau Valley Vineyards
Visit this award-winning winery, the first commercial vineyard in the state. Self-guided tours and wine tasting ($7, keep the glass) on Monday through Saturday (11 a.m. to 5 p.m.) and Sunday (noon to 5 p.m.).
Browse the multiple, ever-changing displays of paintings and fine crafts in the exhibition galleries on a leafy 3-acre setting. Free admission. Classes offered in pottery, painting, mosaics and other arts.
Garden-fresh farm-to-market fare, from asparagus to zucchini, plus eclectic sides such as homemade breads, soaps, dried pasta and herb plants. Tuesdays, 11 a.m to 2 p.m. in May, September and October; 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in June, July and August.
For 38 years, Steve and Elise Seyfried have staged hilarious performances of classics like “The Jungle Book,” “Alice In Wonderland” and “The Wizard Of Oz” for adults and kids, while also holding theater, TV and film camps for youngsters. Call for dates and times.
Epworth United Methodist Church, 19285 Holland Glade Road, Rehoboth Beach. 302-227-6766. rehobothchildrenstheatre.org.
Revelation Craft Brewing Co.
This small three-year-old brewery offers tours of its fermentation tanks and brewing equipment, with which it makes 16 craft beers. Sample those that tickle your fancy. Call ahead for appointment.
19841 Central St., Rehoboth Beach. 302-212-5674. revbeer.com.
Storytime in the Park
Preschool and elementary students will enjoy the weekly tale-telling in the park outside Fenwick Town Hall. There’s also a butterfly garden and vegetable patch to see, and local green thumbs who share their knowledge. Wednesdays in July (10 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.).
There are slides, shallow pools and splash fountains enough to entertain the kids, plus a go-kart track and miniature golf. The “tipping Viking ship” is a must. Admission: $20 (two hours) and $25 (four hours); kids under 42 inches $10 (two hours) and $13 (four hours).
38960 Island St., Fenwick Island. 302-539-1644. fenwickfun.com.
Yoga in the Park
Bring your yoga mat, or just a beach towel, and join the instructor for an hour of exercise at 8 a.m. each Sunday morning at Lewes Canalfront Park. No registration or experience required. Admission is free; donations accepted. May 26 through Sept. 1.
211 Front St., Lewes. 302-645-2795. lewescanalfrontpark.org.
Celebrate the founding and history of the state’s first Dutch settlement in 1631. Galleries showcase old photographs, artifacts and folk art of the past. Admission is free.