Become involved in a highly-visible partnership with the Delaware Museum of Natural History,
a cherished community resource.
Each year, through special exhibits, events, and educational programming, the Museum captivates the next generation of scientists, naturalists and good stewards of our amazing planet. We offer an exciting array of partnership opportunities throughout the year that assist partners in making their marketing goals and increase their brand awareness. Customized packages are available to best meet the need for community and employee involvement. We invite you to partner with us to support a great cause while increasing your exposure in the culturally-rich Brandywine Valley.
Learn more about sponsorship opportunities for:
If you are interested in a Corporate Sponsorship, please contact
Darcie Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 302-658-9111 ext 303 today.
Be the Astronaut
Special Events include:
Earth Day: You CAN make a difference, April
Family Fun Day, June
$3 Thursdays, August
Wine & Dinosaurs, September
Discovery Days: December
Money Saving Sunday Mornings, 2 to 3 times per year
Nature Nook exhibit
Science in Action Lab
Funds raised through sponsorship opportunities directly benefit programs and projects at the Delaware Museum of Natural History.
Museum staff conduct research and maintain a research collection. It is home to an expansive collection of mollusks and birds, including the second-largest collection of birds’ eggs in North America. Scientists from around the world visit us to study specimens and request loans to assist in their research.
Museum programming and scientific research center on how our actions matter. Our purpose is to develop a caring society that respects and values our planet today.
We involve 18,000 youth each year in programs including summer camps, school tours, community outreach visits, scout activities, and others. About one-third of that number, 6,000 underprivileged youth, receive free programming.
More than 70,000 visitors each year gaze at the African watering hole, are awed at the sheer size of a Giant Squid, encounter the only permanent dinosaur exhibit in Delaware, and cross over a simulated coral reef.