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The Robinson House is a historic house museum in Claymont, Delaware. It currently serves as home to the Darley Society, Naamans Heritage Association, and the Claymont Historical Society.

Built in 1723, the Robinson House is also known as the Naamans Tea House as it served as such from 1914 to 1964. Originally, it was a guest house, located on the site of the original settlement in Naaman?s Creek which was established in 1654. The Block House located nearby is the only remaining building from the first settlement.

The Robinson House is also noted for once welcoming George Washington, Marquis Lafayette, Harry Lee, and General Anthony Wayne under its roof. The site now offers interpretive tours of the house, as well as entertainment programs and dinners that are reminiscent of its Tea House days.
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