If You Lived Here, You Would Be Home Now


The Fire House Museum

Built in 1911 as Bridgeville’s first fire house, this structure of locally-made brick was purchased by the Society in 1977 to serve as its museum. No entrance fee.

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Cahall Park

Located on the corner of Delaware Ave. and William St. this land was purchased by the Society in 1983 for a park complete with bandstand. It was later named “Cahall Park” to honor Lawrence M. Cahall, III, a benefactor.

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The Davis Building

In 1996, a tenant house from the Davis Farm northwest of Bridgeville, was donated to the Society by Dale Wheatley and moved to Cahall Park.

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Our Mission

The mission of the Bridgeville Historical Society is to collect, preserve, and share the history of Bridgeville, Delaware, and the northwest quadrant of Sussex County, Delaware, in order to educate present and future generations.

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  • Individual Membership: $15.00
  • Family Membership: $25.00
  • Patron: $75.00
  • Lifetime: $500.00

This is a great way to be involved in the culture and history of the Bridgeville area!

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