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Delaware Archaeology Month is in May. For more information, go to http://www.delawarearchaeology.org/.

The Delaware State Parks offer a variety of programs, including the Cape Crusaders summer camp at Cape Henlopen. This weeklong camp, which is intended for 9- and 10-year-olds, takes campers back to a time of pirates and warriors. For details, visit the State Parks website: http://www.destateparks.com/.

The Iron Hill Museum, run by the Delaware Academy of Science, organizes exhibits on archaeology and tours of Iron Hill's prehistoric and historic archaeological sites. The museum offers many educational programs (such as the Jr. Archaeologist and Jr. Paleontologist summer camps) and hosts an Archaeology & History Festival each May. To learn more, call (302) 368-5703 or visit http://www.ironhill-museum.org/.

The Delaware Museum of Natural History, the only natural history museum in the state, has many exhibits, including a permanent Dinosaur Gallery. The museum offers school programs, educational outreach programs, and summer camps. For more information, call: (302) 658-9111, or visit its website: http://www.delmnh.org/.