Our mission at Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site is to provide for the public enjoyment of Hopewell Furnace through a range of learning and recreational opportunities; to preserve and protect the old Furnace, Mansion House, and other resources that define the natural and cultural landscape known as Hopewell; and interpret and share the history of Hopewell and its people.
Learn how the National Park Service accomplishes this mission. Explore what is being planned for the furture, but first check out what happened last year by reading the annual report.
Did You Know?
The owners of Hopewell Furnace built tenant houses for workers and their families coming from outside the immediate area. These dwellings were rented at the low rate of 1 to 2 dollars a month, as a perk or benefit to entice the best iron workers to come to Hopewell.