New Castle, Delaware
Community History and Archaeology Program 

Virtual Tours: Interactive Panoramas Of New Castle

Directions: Pan the image using your arrow keys or click and drag with your mouse. Zoom in or out with the +/- slider at the lower left or shift and your mouse wheel. Try full screen with the tab on top.

George Read II house, New Castle Delaware
George Read II House, New Castle Delaware
Once "The Grandest House in Delaware", now a museum of the Delaware Historical Society.
It was built 1801-1803 adjacent to that of George Read Sr., a signer of the Declaration of Independence. The latter's house burned down in 1824.
The posts in the lawn opposite the house are part of an ongoing archaeological dig by the University of Delaware.

Other immersive panoramas of New Castle Delaware

Amstel House
Sheriff's House
Read House
The Green
The Strand at Packet Alley
W. 4th Street
Viola garden
Site of Fort Casimir

Ice Piers


Annotated normal images (non-immersive panoramas)

Directions: click on an image, then when the image loads, use the scroll bar to move right or left.
The Green
George Read II House
View from top of the Town Hall

Jim Meek, Spring 2011
About making the panoramas