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There isn't really a museum here. I showed up because it's listed as an ASTC passport site. The staff member who I was finally able to talk to said that one building was closed, but the building that was open was essentially just a classroom....More
We dropped our sons off at the museum to earn the Soil and Water Conservation merit badge. The merit badge counselor (Cherie) was very professional and knowledgeable. It is a gift that such a knowledge person would volunteer their time on a Saturday to work...More
Probably the highest elevation in Delaware (approx. 434 feet), just off of I-95 at the Toll Booth (Exit 896 South)...approx. a mile to Old Baltimore Pike, take a right and 1/4 of a mile on your right is the Museum.
The large hill upon which...More
Just across the Maryland State line (outside of Elkton, MD. and Newark, DE.) is probably the highest point (above sea level) in Delaware at 400 some feet. Iron Hill is its name and most of the rock strata is in the form of Jasper. This...More
The museum is closed for renovations but you can walk around the property. There was a walking trail. I think it might lead to Iron Hill Park. There were pamphlets to read about the history. It was a schoolhouse for black children, 1923-1965. According to...More
The building that is the museum was an old school house and it had only one room which just had stuffed animals that you might find around this park, they had a stuff black bear and believe me you will never see a wild black...More
My husband and I spent the day with our grandson recently. One place we took him was this museum. It's website says it is a children's museum. I think it is a family museum. There is a lot to see in this little former schoolhouse....More
This was an African American school that was built in the 1920's by P.S. DuPont. It was used until the 1960's. The school showcases Native American artifacts and the iron mining that took place on the hill. The plans are to build another museum on...More
Ok so I notice there is no review 4 this cute little museum so I will post one... I finally managed 2 check this place out after years of saying that i would! We took the opportunity when they had an annual open house thingie,...More