The building was built in 1931 to honor the 300th anniversary of Delaware's first European settlement which was founded in 1631. It is modeled after the the town hall in Hoom, the Netherlands. The museum has exhibits that focus on the maritime and social history of the Lewes area. There are some interesting hands-on exhibits and you can even try your hand at knot tying.
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