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Thank you to the nearly 50,000 people who have come to EXPLORE the new Delaware Museum of Nature and Science since we opened in May! 

Your support — by visiting, being a member, and donating to the Annual Fund — empowers us to provide experiential nature and science education for all.

Curious minds love to DISCOVER the rich biodiversity of our region, around the globe, and the time of dinosaurs at the reimagined museum. State-of-the-art interactives and exhibits bring these experiences to life! More than 18,000 school children enjoy curriculum-supported education programs
each year, with half from underserved areas thanks to donors like you.

Your generosity helps PROTECT scientific collections, including the tenth largest mollusk collection and the second largest bird egg collection in the nation. These collections document biological diversity and environmental changes over time, providing scientists with crucial data.

You can make a difference. Please consider donating today so we may continue to inspire the future generation of naturalists and scientists.


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Delaware Museum of Nature & Science
4840 Kennett Pike
Wilmington, DE 19807

302-658-9111
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