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Rent a Charter Bus in Bridgeville, Delaware and Discover One of the Oldest Surviving Communities

Bridgeville in Sussex County, Delaware has a population of more than 2,000. It is one of western Sussex County's oldest surviving communities. The quiet town adopted its name in 1810 after a bridge that was built across the stream or waterway known as Bridge Branch. Why not get a charter bus in Bridgeville, Delaware and get to know the town a bit more?

Arts & Culture

Get on a charter bus in Bridgeville, Delaware and visit the town in time for the annual Apple Scrapple Festival, named after the region's two important agricultural products: apples and scrapple, which is a type of meatloaf. This festival is held during the second week of October and features events like the Scrapple Chunkin' Contest, the Mayor's Scrapple Sling, and the Ladies' Iron Skillet Toss.

You might also want to experience the World Championship Punkin Chunkin, which is a sport for hurling or chucking a pumpkin solely by mechanical means for distance by using devices like slingshots, centrifugals, pneumatic cannons, catapults, and trebuchets.

Historical Sites & Venues

Visit the Bridgeville Historic District, which is also known as Lewisville and Lewis' Wharf. This national historic district has 166 contributing buildings and 70 contributing structures. It is primarily a residential area with resources that were built from the second quarter of the 19th century through the Great Depression.

Also included in the National Register of Historic Places are:

  • Bridgeville Public Library, which was built in 1866 with a Gothic Revival architectural style and was originally a place of worship for the First Presbyterian Church of Bridgeville.
  • Eratt House, which was built in 1750 and is one of only 12 or so surviving 18th-century brick houses in Sussex County.
  • Old Bridgeville Fire House, which was built in 1911 and is a two-story rectangular concrete brick structure in vernacular style.
  • Ricards House-Linden Hall, which is also known as the Conaway House and was built in five sections between 1731 and the mid-1960s. It has a mix of Classical Revival, Revival, and Colonial Vernacular architectural styles. The veranda, meanwhile, was built in the 1850s in the style of a pre-Civil War plantation house.
  • Scott's Store, which was built in 1875 in simplified Victorian Gothic style and is typical of a 19th-century country store in southern Delaware.
  • Sudler House, which was built in 1750 in vernacular style. The two-story house's interior feature a gracefully designed staircase with square balusters.
  • Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church, which was built in 1885 and features a Gothic Revival style.

Golf & Other Sports

Want to play a round of golf? Hop into a charter bus in Bridgeville, Delaware and head to Heritage Shores Club, which offers a total golf experience. The club boasts an Arthur Hills-designed championship course that stretches for 7,005 yards.

Heritage Shores also has indoor pools and tennis courts, as well as a state-of-the-art fitness center, a dance and aerobics studio, and even pickle ball courts.

Make arrangements for a charter bus in Bridgeville, Delaware to drive you around town. Visit BusRental.com or call 1-866-569-2012.

There's still so much more the town can offer tourists. Just make sure to book a charter bus in Bridgeville, Delaware so you can drive around and admire the landscape and the scenery. Call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012 now.