Del Tech’s Treasures of the Sea sailing off for Maritime Heritage Festival

REHOBOTH BEACH – The Treasures of the Sea museum at Delaware Technical Community College’s Owens Campus in Georgetown is hitting the road in support of the annual Maritime Heritage Festival on July 17.

The museum will be part of the festival held at the Indian River Life-Saving Station in the Delaware Seashore State Park from noon to 4 p.m.

Admission is free.

The Treasures of the Sea exhibit features treasures recovered from the Spanish galleon Nuestra Senora de Atocha.

At the festival, there will be giveaways, presentations, and activities for children, such as a treasure hunt in the sand.

The Maritime Heritage Festival is a family-friendly event highlighting the rich heritage of the Delaware coast. For more information on the Indian River Life-Saving Station, visit www.destateparks.com/park/delaware-seashore/life-saving-station.asp.

For more information on the Treasures of the Sea at Delaware Tech, call 259-6150 or visit www.treasuresofthesea.org.

 

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