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The Best Time to Visit
Wilmington's subtropical climate attracts decent amount of visitor traffic all year round. May to October is the peak tourist season in Wilmington, when the moderately humid summers average a temperature of 72 degrees with generous rainfall.
Wilmington Festivals & Events
Being the largest of Delaware, made of people from different ethnic backgrounds, Wilmington is ablaze with events and festivals all through the year. One of the most popular ones is the Italian festival which takes places in June every year featuring Italian food, music and activities.
Tips to Save on Travel to Wilmington
Advance booking is the best way to get cheap flight to Wilmington. Book 40 to 25 days in advance to grab cheap flights. Airlines such as United Airlines, Frontier Airlines and American Airlines offer great discounts on airline tickets. Once you reach the airport, it's easy to reach downtown via the inexpensive cabs option or the rail option.
Top Attractions in Wilmington
•Delaware Art Museum - A must se for art lovers, the Delaware Art Museum, exhibits pre-Raphael works and pieces early-American modernism. It also houses contemporary artworks by Edward Hopper, John Sloan and Jamie Wyeth among others.
•Delaware History Museum - Nothing describes the Delaware history more descriptively than the Delaware History Museum, right from agriculture, to the state's Underground Railroad to famous Delawareans' wax sculptures. It also has a special area for the kids, called the Grandma's Attic. •Blue Ball Barn - The country's only state -run museum for American folk art, the Blue Ball Barn in its two rooms, exhibits about 120 works by nearly 50 artists. The bizarre collection of early European and native American artifacts includes paintings, sculptures, collages and decoys.
•Brandywine Zoo - Set on the grounds of the Brandywine Park, this zoo is home to 150 animals representing nearly 56 species. Interesting animals such as the Tamarin monkeys and Siberian tigers make the zoo specially interesting.