Arden, Delaware is an art community and a village in New Castle County, Delaware. It was founded in 1900 by architect Will Price and sculptor Frank Stephens as a radical Georgian single tax community. The Village is located on about 160 acres in New Castle, Delaware, with most of it being undeveloped. Learn more here.
There are numerous art galleries, museums, and studios in the area that provide information on the history of the village, Arden, Delaware. The museum that is located at the center of the village contains over forty antique pieces and features an exhibit of artifacts that date back as far as nineteen hundred years. The museum also displays works of art from other regions throughout the world. The museum is open on Saturday’s, Wednesdays for children and is closed on Sunday’s, Tuesdays. Learn more about Things To See In Wood Mill, Delaware.
The Arden Arts Center also features a gallery of fine art that features paintings, sculptures, and glass works that range from early American, to contemporary. The Arden Art Gallery is located in the Arden Center. Another museum called the Arden Historical Museum is also located in Arden. It houses artifacts that were collected by the town’s citizens in the past, including maps, pottery, and silver coins from the nineteenth century. Visitors are invited to view these artifacts in their respective exhibits and galleries.
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