The National Register-listed Iron Hill School is a former segregated African-American schoolhouse constructed in 1923 through the philanthropy of Pierre S. DuPont. Originally one of 89 such schools in Delaware, Iron Hill is the only one known to still be architecturally intact. While the building is currently used as a museum, upon restoration, it will be re-interpreted to share the stories of Delaware’s African-American community. Currently, the Iron Hill Museum serves nearly 9,000 visitors per year through field trips and outreach programming. Students learn about the community’s important African American history, as well as archaeology, iron mining, and Lenape Native Americans.