102 Kings Highway
Lewes, DE 19958
Peaceful. Serene. Captivating. These are the words used by visitors and residents alike when describing their time in Zwaanendael Park, affectionately known locally as Z Park. Located at the corner of Savannah Road and Kings Highway, Zwaanendael Park chronicles the heritage of Lewes and displays colorful images of summer at its best.
The Park is home to the Zwaanendael Museum, built in 1931 to commemorate Delaware’s first European colony established in 1631 by Dutch settlers, and the 18th century Fisher-Martin House, which also is home to the Lewes Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Center. The park is anchored by a central fountain surrounded by benches providing an opportunity to sit and relax surrounded by nature.