Guest critic Marcia Ferranto knows a thing or two about scenic river views, but she enjoys traveling by land, too. “I drive through the rolling landscape along (Del.) 52 and 100,” she says, “especially during the change of seasons.” The drive takes her through Revolutionary War-era woods, majestic estates and hand-set stone walls. Some of Delaware’s most iconic destinations line the path, including Winterthur Museum & Country Estate, the Delaware Museum of Natural History, Buckley’s Tavern and Centreville Café. The area is also known for its antiques and consignment shops.