• Hopewell Furnace Village

    Hopewell Furnace

    National Historic Site Pennsylvania

For Kids

Artist's rendering of historic objects at Hopewell Furnace.

Artist's rendering of historic objects and structures at Hopewell Furnace NHS.

NPS Illustration.

Become a Junior Ranger at Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site

WebRangers

Stuck at home on a rainy day? You can still be a part of the National Park Junior Ranger Program through WebRangers --- the online interactive Junior Ranger Program. Now you can explore, learn, and protect special places from your computer. WebRangers can post stories or photos, scan National Park web-cams, answer the "Question of the Week" and complete activities to earn rewards. When you complete all the activities, you will earn the WebRangers patch. If you wish to become a Junior Ranger from home, you can reach the National Park WebRanger pages by visiting: www.nps.gov/webrangers

Did You Know?

Part of an iron plate of a 1772 produced Hopewell stove.

While England passed laws to keep her American colonies from becoming economically independent, by 1775 no fewer than 22 furnaces (including Hopewell Furnace) operated in Southeastern Pennsylvania alone.