HOPEWELL FURNACE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

HOPEWELL FURNACE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

HOPEWELL FURNACE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

📅12 June 2024, 23:26

Complete information about visiting Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site is now on National Park Planner!

Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site in Elverson, Pennsylvania, preserves the building of an iron furnace that operated from 1771 to 1883. A three-quarter-mile walking path leads around the site, and most buildings are open. Before heading out to explore, be sure to stop at the Visitor Center and watch the film about Hopewell Furnace and peruse the exhibits in a small museum that covers various topics pertaining to the Pennsylvania iron industry and the history of the furnace. For those interested in hiking, there are only a few trails exclusively within the boundary of Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site, but there are plenty of trails in the adjacent French Creek State Park.

PARK AT A GLANCE

VISITOR CENTER

HISTORICAL FURNACE VILLAGE

HIKING TRAILS

PICNIC AREA

APPLE PICKING

RANGER PROGRAMS

DIRECTIONS AND CONTACT INFORMATION


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