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We invite you to enjoy waterways and hiking trails through woodlands, farms and fields; to explore historic towns and villages; and to tour ironmaster mansions and 300 years of industrial sites. From National Parks and outdoor recreation; to specialty farms, mini breweries and vineyards; to quiet villages or urban night life…morning, noon, and night we have it all!
Featured Event
Friends of Hopewell Furnace — Pulling for the Union: the Philadelphia and Reading Railroads during the Civil War

Sunday, September 19th

2 PM Eastern Time

The Friends of Hopewell Furnace cordially invite you to "Pulling for the Union: the Philadelphia and Reading Railroads during the Civil War” with Carol Adams of The Reading Railroad Heritage Museum. The program is slated to begin at 2 p.m. on Sunday, September 19, via ZOOM. During the Civil War, Hopewell Furnace was considered the Homefront and manufactured pig iron principally for building and supporting railroads such as the Reading. Please join us on 9/19 for this informative program.

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Passcode: 521793

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Featured Webinar
Bridging The Atlantic:
British-American Iron Connections

Join us as we explore iron history and its interpretation in Chester County, PA, and Ironbridge Gorge, England


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Iron and Steel Heritage Tours
You are invited to explore the Iron & Steel Heritage and Recreation region located in and around the Schuylkill Highlands Conservation Landscape and Hopewell Big Woods, the finest natural preserve in our region. We encourage you to select from the many locations depending on your schedule, or a self-guided heritage tour blending history and recreation to discover the Iron & Steel Landscape’s many “Faces of Freedom.”