Dilworthtown Historic District is a national historic district located in Birmingham Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. It encompasses eight contributing buildings in the crossroads community of Dilworthtown. They include the Dilworth House (1758, 1770, c. 1800), stone house (1820), Dilworthtown Lyceum or meeting hall (c. 1850), Dilworthtown Store (1858), two tenant houses (c. 1850), and a two-story log cabin dated to 1686 or the early-18th century. The focal point of the district is the Dilworth House, also known as the Dilworthtown Inn, which has operated as an inn and tavern since the late 18th century. The town was at the center of the fighting during the Battle of Brandywine in September 1777. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
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