Places To Go

Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site is a reconstruction of Hammersmith, the first successful, sustained, and integrated iron works in British North America. The site includes the reconstructed blast furnace, forge, slitting mill, and warehouse, together with the original slag pile and several post-Hammersmith era structures.

 
a paved path bordered by grass and stone leads to a wood bridge and two wood-sided buildings

Places

Discover all the places you can go when visiting Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site—from historic buildings to nature trails!

 
Saugus Iron Works National Historic site has a visitor center located within the Iron Works House annex and a Museum a short walk away. Find maps, explore exhibits, watch the park film, and shop at a traditional park store!
 
gray three-story house with red door and sun casting shadows of trees over

Broadhearth Visitor Center

Get your passport stamped and chat with a park ranger.

exhibit display with image of people working in slitting mill and artifacts from the mill

Iron Works Museum

Explore artifacts from archaeological excavations and watch the park film.

Last updated: August 14, 2021

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

244 Central St
Saugus, MA 01906

Phone:

978-740-1650

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