Free admission to Del Tech’s Treasures of the Sea exhibit during 2nd Saturday Stamp Tour

GEORGETOWN – Admission to the Treasures of the Sea exhibit in the Stephen J. Betze Library on the Owens Campus of Delaware Technical Community College is free on May 14 as part of the 2nd Saturday Stamp Tour, presented by Community Organizations of Georgetown.

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It’s free admission to Treasures of the Sea at Delaware Technical Community College in Georgetown this Saturday, and subsequent second Saturdays in the months of June, July, August and September in the 2nd Saturday Stamp Tour.

The 2nd Saturday Stamp Tour is an initiative to showcase Georgetown’s history by offering free admission to local museums.

In addition to Treasures of the Sea, participating museums are: Marvel Carriage Museum, Old Sussex Courthouse, Train Station, Masonic Lodge, Delaware Aviation Museum, and Union Lodge 3 of the International Order of Odd Fellows.

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

It will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Parking is available next to the library building.

Anyone getting at least one proof stamp from the museum they visited can enjoy a special discount at local businesses. A 10 percent discount is being offered by Arena’s, the Georgetown Family Restaurant, The Brick, and the Marvel Carriage Museum gift shop, and 16 Mile Brewery is offering a 64-ounce growler for $8.

Additional dates for the 2nd Saturday Stamp Tour are June 11, July 9, Aug. 13, and Sept. 10.

For more information on the free admission to the Treasures of the Sea exhibit, call 259-6150.

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