Introduction to Milford, Delaware
Milford's Kent County side (then known as Saw Mill Range) was originally settled in the year 1680. Henry Bowan was the first person to settle here. After a century, a dam was built and gradually streets were laid out and various homes and businesses started to emerge, which is how Milford was established. The city of Milford was incorporated in the year 1807.
Milford and nearby Attractions
- Milford Plaza
- Milford Museum
- Killens Pond State Park
- Cape Henlopen State Park
- Biggs Museum of American Art
Things To Do In Milford
Tourists can participate in the Riverwalk Festival and the Bug and Bud Festival which are hosted by the city of Milford. Tourists can visit museums such as the Biggs Museum of American Art and Delaware Archaeology Museum. Milford Plaza is a popular tourist attraction in the city of Milford. One can also visit Cape Henlopen State Park and Killens Pond State Park. The Milford Museum is also worth visiting for its historical importance.
The nearest airport to Milford city is Dover AFB.
Milford Higher Education
High education institutes closest to Milford are Delaware State University, Salisbury State University, Delaware Technical and Community College-Owens, and the University of Delaware.