Fisher Martin House is on the list of 20 historic places to see in Lewes, Delaware. It is located next to the Zwaanendael Museum, which means visitors can see both the museum and Fisher Martin House all in one day. The building was moved from Coolspring, Delaware to Lewes, Delaware in 1980 and placed near the museum. Those who run the museum and house wanted it to be part of the 350th anniversary of the European Settlement. They also wanted to preserve the 1730s house as best as possible.
Today the house is taken care of by the Lewes Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau. In fact the chamber of commerce and visitor center is housed in the 1730s house on 120 Kings Highway.
Visitors to Lewes, Delaware can stop at the house in order to learn its history, the history of Lewes, and to find other locations in town that have historical value. Tickets, discount offers, and travel information are all available at Fisher Martin House. The house is open from 10am to 4pm Monday through Sunday from Memorial Day to October 1st. Fisher Martin House is open on Saturday and Sunday only during the off season.