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How To Reach the Site

Hopewell Village National Historic Site is 5 miles southeast of Birdsboro, Pa., and is reached from the north by U. S. 422, State Route 82, and a hard-surfaced county road. From the south it is reached over State Route 23 to Warwick. Hopewell is 3 miles north of Warwick. The Morgantown Interchange of the Pennsylvania Turnpike is 6 miles west of Warwick.

About Your Visit

Hopewell Village is open daily from 9:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m., and until 7:30 p. m. on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays from July 4 through September. Exhibits telling the Hopewell story, illustrated by castings produced at Hopewell and objects and tools associated with the furnace and the village, are in the visitor center. Free literature regarding the site is obtainable, and services of historians and other personnel are available. Organizations and groups are given special tours if arrangements are made in advance with the superintendent.


Hopewell Village National Historic Site is administered by the National Park Service of the United States Department of the Interior. Communications should be addressed to the Superintendent, Hopewell Village National Historic Site, R. D. 1, Elverson, Pa.


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