Discover a Delaware Destination
Delaware’s diverse story
The Cooch’s Bridge Historic Site embodies nearly every facet of Delaware’s long history. From indigenous traders to indomitable farmers… planters to patriots… millers to manufacturers, and the full breadth of
farmstead life, Cooch’s Bridge is more than just Delaware’s only Revolutionary War battlefield.
Like no other source imaginable.
Cooch’s Bridge brings to life Delaware’s holistic history.
Cooch’s Bridge: Who are we? What are we?
The Cooch’s Bridge Historic Site is a unique historic site owned and operated by the Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs and supported by the Friends of Cooch’s Bridge Historic Site.
The site tells the story of a Revolutionary war battle, the history of enslavement in Delaware, early industrialization, preservation of natural lands, the social history of Delaware farmlife, and more.
Did You Know?
Delaware’s only battle of the Revolutionary War took place at Cooch’s Bridge.
Your gifts make it happen
The Friends of Cooch’s Bridge encourages private contributions to protect and enhance the Cooch’s Bridge Historic Site. Help us preserve this treasured landscape for generations to come.
Your contribution will help make this gem a place of significance among Delaware destinations.