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Zwaanendael Museum [DE]

The Zwaanendael Museum works to preserve and present military, social, and maritime history in the Lewes area of Delaware. From the museum website: "Modeled after the town hall in Hoorn, the Netherlands, the museum commemorates the founding of Delaware's first European settlement by the Dutch in 1631."

The museum offers guided tours, exhibits regarding local history, and field trip programs catered to specific grades from kindergarten through fifth grade. The website offers visitor information.

 
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