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Cornwall Iron Furnace, Cornwall

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  • My wife and I visited the Cornwall Iron Furnace near our home on Pennsylvania's "Charter Day" which made the admission FREE. The furnace and all the exhibits were very informational as well as enjoyab...  more »
  • 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 »
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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.