Learn And Visit With Animals At Delmarva Discovery Museum, An Underrated Gem In Maryland

By Jamie Alvarenga,

Calling all explorers! Not all adventures have to be outdoorsy, and if you’re into museums, animals, and learning new things, you’ll definitely want to check out this discovery center in Maryland. Located in Pocomoke City, Delmarva Discovery Center offers educational programming, fun exhibits, and animal encounters for explorers of all ages (there are even playful otters at this hidden gem)! Read on for the details and keep this Maryland museum in mind for your next rainy day.

You'll find Delmarva Discovery Center in Pocomoke City, Maryland.Google Maps
This unique children's museum explores the natural world between the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean.Facebook / Delmarva Discovery MuseumWhile there, you'll learn all things about the Delmarva area, and how life there has been shaped by the land and water.
There are plenty of exhibits to explore...Facebook / Delmarva Discovery Museum
...including many hands-on exhibits, like this steamboat replica!TripAdvisor / sallyg899
For the ultimate sensory experience, visitors can dip their hands into the touch pool...Facebook / Delmarva Discovery Museum
...and make friends with curious otters!Facebook / Delmarva Discovery Museum
There are also plenty of reptiles and amphibians just waiting to make your acquaintance.Flickr / Maryland GovPics
Be sure to bring a camera for fun photo ops, too!Facebook / Delmarva Discovery Museum
Don't forget to visit the Delmarva Discovery Museum Store before you leave.Facebook / Delmarva Discovery MuseumThere are many unique items to remember your adventure.
A day at this hidden gem is sure to be an unforgettable experience -- for kids and grown ups!Facebook / Delmarva Discovery Museum

For more information about Delmarva Discovery Museum, visit the website. You can also follow the official Facebook page for this discovery center in Maryland to stay up-to-date on the animals, events, and more.

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