Take a self-guided walking tour by dialing in or downloading mill mile
Due to a staff training, there will not be any guided tours on 8/27. Download or dial into the free mill mile walking tour. Learn more More »
Only one portion of the park is closed - Mary Ellen Kramer Park
Due to a landscape improvement project, a section of the park, Mary Ellen Kramer Park, and the pedestrian bridge crossing the chasm is closed. Project may be completed early in 2015. The Great Falls can still be viewed at Overlook Park, 72 McBride Ave.
There's a new National Park in Paterson, New Jersey. How do you envision Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park in the future? Over the coming months, we will be collecting your suggestions and comments to help us create a vision for the kind of place we want Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park to be in the future.
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