Cottage Tour

The Rehoboth Art League will hold the 70th Annual Cottage Tour of Art on July 9 and July 10, 2019. The Cottage Tour Committee is now working to present this year’s very distinctive selection of homes in the Rehoboth Beach area. The homes on this event’s two-day self-paced tour always have very different landscapes, interior and architectural designs, ranging from historically significant to contemporary and eco-friendly. Some homes have quite an evolving history and many homeowners showcase memories, artwork, and collections in creative ways.

The Art League’s Historic Peter Marsh Homestead will be transformed with furnishings and décor by the tour underwriter J. Conn Scott. Richard Scott and Lisa Scott will blend modern furnishings and decorations to compliment the historical design in the first floor of the Homestead. In previous years, this has ranged from a white, slipcovered cottage look to a more colorful turquoise theme, and has some years included outdoor dining arrangements with elaborate table-scapes. Each year’s Homestead presentation is a special surprise.

Homes on the 2019 Tour

Check back as we add more information about the homes on this year’s Cottage Tour of Art. The tour is self-paced and transportation on the Jolly Trolley to each location is provided by the Art League. The Tour’s ticket and program book features original artwork of each home and includes addresses, home descriptions, and driving instructions.

Ticket Sales

Tickets for the tour are $35 and are available during Tour day at the Rehoboth Art League and at any of the homes, based on availability.


This year parking is very limited at several of the house locations. Free parking will be available at the Rehoboth Elementary School parking lot located at 500 Stockley Street, Rehoboth Beach (see map). The Art League is providing Jolly Trolley transportation from the Rehoboth Elementary School for Cottage Tour ticket holders. Shuttle service will begin running at 9:45 AM and continue until tour ending each day.


We are grateful to the Cottage Tour of Art underwriter: