Visitors Guide - ILC Dover

Visitors Guide

Located at:
One Moonwalker Road
Frederica, DE  19946

ILC Dover is situated among acres of farmland just outside of the rural, historical town of Frederica, Delaware. ILC is within a 2-hour drive from either Baltimore-Washington International or Philadelphia International airports.  Click Here for Directions to our facility or Click Here for a map.

Because of its easy accessibility, ILC visitors can choose to stay at beach resort areas - 45 minutes from the plant, or in the nearby State Capitol of Dover - only a 20-minute drive.

Dover is located in central Delaware, and visitors can stand on the spot where Delaware's Constitutional Convention voted to ratify the U.S. Constitution, earning Delaware the distinction of becoming the First State. Dover offers full-service hotels and motels and comfortable bed and breakfast inns. Plenty of excitement can be found at Dover Downs from NASCAR or harness racing to trying your luck at the slots. The area's wide array of restaurants provide a vast assortment of fare. Shopping can be enjoyed at local shopping malls and centers, antique and specialty shops, auctions, and bazaars. For more details on the Dover area, go to www.visitdover.com.

The beach areas, in the southern part of the State, offer a variety of accommodations from cozy bed and breakfasts to modern hotels. Eating establishments provide an excellent variety of cuisines, and there is an abundance of tax-free shopping at factory outlet stores or specialty shops. To learn more about the beach resorts of Delaware, visit www.visitsoutherndelaware.com.

Located at the intersection of the Delaware Bay and Atlantic Ocean is Lewes - Delaware's first town. The historic district in Lewes offers visitors shopping at quaint shops, dining at fine restaurants, and resting at bed and breakfast inns and other full-service accommodations. To obtain more information on Lewes, http://www.ci.lewes.de.us/.

 

 

 

You can find more information about
Delaware's statewide activities and
events at www.visitdelaware.net