Tours & Ticketing
Sat Feb. 27Story Time and Craft: Pine Cone Bird Feeder at Rockwood Park Bring the Family to Rockwood Park and Museum for Story Time and a craft! February's story is Ruby's Birds in honor of Black History Month. Following the story, children can make a pinecone bird feeder to take home that will help keep our featured friends fed during the winter. All supplies included. Please note peanut butter is used in the craft. Social distancing, face masks required. Temperature checks and a brief COVID Form required. Registration required. Ages 6+
Sat Mar. 20Rockwood Paranormal Walking Tours Embark on an exciting new outdoor paranormal investigation of Rockwood Park. This is a rare opportunity to find out what paranormal activity may be going on outside the walls of the famously haunted mansion. Investigators get an opportunity to help in the search using sophisticated paranormal equipment. The tour meets at the mansion courtyard (museum Visitor's Entrance). Attendees must be able to traverse walks, hills, and occasional uneven surfaces of the park. This is an outdoor walking tour; no interiors of buildings are explored. Weather permitting. Please wear appropriate shoes; surfaces include grass, gravel, bricks, and paved areas. Tour begins promptly at 8:00 p.m. Ages 14-Adults
Sun Mar. 21Rockwood's Historic Structures Walking Tour Take a rare walk back in time to learn how the existing and lost structures of Rockwood completed a working estate. Your guide will be dressed in vintage clothing and will use vintage photographs to provide you with the history of Rockwood as you walk from structure to structure. Tour is approximately 90 minutes in length and covers approximately 1 mile to include surfaces of grass, gravel and paved areas. Comfortable walking shoes and ability to traverse locations of the tour are recommended. Face masks required, social distancing, temperature checks, and a brief COVID evaluation form. Ages 14+
All New Castle County recreation programs and services are suspended until further notice in accordance with Governor Carney’s State of Emergency Declarations relating to Covid-19 as well as orders and guidance from New Castle County Executive Matthew Meyer.