• Sun beginning to set at Harpers Ferry, as seen from Maryland Heights. Photo by NPS Volunteer Buddy Secor.

    Harpers Ferry

    National Historical Park WV,VA,MD

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Facebook

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Like us on Facebook! We frequently post photographs on our Facebook page, ranging from historic images in the museum collection to scenic shots from around the park. We also post about upcoming events and bring you right in the moment during big events with "happening now" posts.


Flickr

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Follow us on Flickr to see both modern and historic images from the park's photo collections! We hope to continue building these albums to contain images which will be resourceful and engaging for the press, researchers, and Harpers Ferry fans alike.


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Follow us on Instagram to see amazing photographs of Harpers Ferry, taken by staff and volunteers to highlight fun facts, programs, and other information about the park!


Twitter

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Follow us on Twitter! We mostly tweet about upcoming events or ones occurring "in the moment." We occasionally post photos here too! @HarpersFerryNPS


YouTube

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Subscribe to one of our YouTube channels! The HarpersFerryNPS channel has a few videos, mostly related to our last 150th event, but more videos are in the process of being made so stay tuned! The HafeEducation channel is devoted to videos created through a partnership with Harpers Ferry Middle School in which these local students have told the Civil War story, 150 years later, in their own words through the medium of video.

Did You Know?

The present day view from Jefferson Rock is still breathtaking.

Thomas Jefferson visited Harpers Ferry in 1783 and wrote "The passage of the Patowmac through the Blue Ridge is perhaps one of the most stupendous scenes in Nature."