Lewes is an integral part of the county Sussex, Delaware & located at the meeting point of Delaware Bay and an Atlantic Ocean. The town established by Dutch in 1631 represents itself as "The First Town in the First State”. Fort Miles, one of the biggest & the heavily armed coastal fortifications is located immediately at the south of Lewes. Zwaanendael Museum, banned smoking within public parks, the naturally beautiful beaches, trails, and bird sanctuaries, museums, special tours & one of the seven existing lightships at museum in the country are the distinctive features of the Lewes. It provides a holiday & resort destination to the suburbs around including the residents of Washington.