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Cornwall Iron Furnace, Cornwall

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  • We made an unexpected visit to the Furnace on a rainy Sunday and had the best time. The grounds are beautiful and the history was so rich and informative. Our guide Karin made us feel like family and ...  more »
  • The historic tour starts will a film that explains two hundreds that contributed to this 1000 acre plantation, ownership, and the ore business that operated here! $6 was well worth the couple hours an...  more »
  • The buildings of the Cornwall Iron furnace are pretty impressive. Plan on spending a least an hour watching a short film, walking through the visitor center and then a tour of the building which house...  more »
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  • Here you will find a beautifully preserved site of at least as much historical, social, and economic significance as anything in Philadelphia. With the additional insights into the time-line of the geographic development of Pennsylvania, the long term influence on big business (railroads, steel, military) and lessons to be learned from environmental impact, the site is a pure nugget of educational opportunity.
  • A great historical experience.