Because Visitor Center operations at Hopewell Furnace are closed due to the COVID-19 response, this Virtual Visitor Center page has been designed by park rangers to provide you with the information needed for a successful visit to Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site.
Top Visitor Questions
Q:What should I know at the start? What about restrooms?
Things to Do
Walk and hike the numerous trails in the park to visit historic areas with outdoor exhibits, interpretive waysides, and view exterior of historic structures.
View Online Films
3+ Hours - Visit the areas described above, and choose to explore some of the beautiful, "lesser-known" areas. Consider visiting Valley Forge National Historical Park located 20 miles east of Hopewell Furnace.
How Can I Participate in the Junior Ranger Program?
You can download and complete a Junior Ranger booklet for Hopewell Furnace. Or, simply call the park at (610) 582-8773 then press 0 to leave a message for the Junior Ranger Program Coordinator. Please leave your name, date of visit and number of books and badges and a Junior Ranger informational packet will be provided.
How Can I Stamp My Passport to Your National Parks?
You can stop by in front of the Visitor Center, to stamp your passport book with the current appropriate stamp . The stamp is located on top of the brochure cart.
How Can I Obtain One of the America the Beautiful Passes?
Tips for Visiting and How to Protect the Park
Have Additional Questions? Email or Call a Park Ranger.
We're happy help plan your trip and respond to additional questions about visiting the park. Email the park HOFU_Superintendent@NPS.gov or call at (610) 582-8773 ext 232.
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Last updated: April 3, 2021