Steamtown National Historic Site (NHS) employees have been gearing up and getting things on track for summer operations. Masks are required for everyone, regardless of location or vaccination status, in all NPS buildings, crowded outdoor spaces, and all forms of enclosed public transportation.
The Visitor Center, restrooms, and water fountains;
The Theater which plays our 18-minute film “Steel and Steam” on the hour and half hour;
The History Museum;
The 1937 Roundhouse;
The “Cut-a-Way” display portion of the 1902 Roundhouse;
The Turntable area, and;
The Park Store.
The connecting walkway to the "Marketplace at Steamtown" is also open. Please note, this walkway is not the property of the National Park Service.
For all areas open to the public, we kindly ask you to observe posted signage designating mask requirements, capacity restrictions, one-way flow of traffic, and physical distancing recommendations.
NOTICE: The park's open status and the visitor services available are constantly evolving. As a unit of the National Park Service (NPS), we work closely with the NPS Office of Public Health to monitor and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic using the latest science to support decision making. For the most up-to-date information, please check the Alerts at the top of the page.