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Cornwall Iron Furnace

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America's most complete charcoal-fueled iron-making complex.
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February 24, 2020
Historic landmark that is really cool to tour
November 26, 2018
One of the oldest surviving iron furnaces in the world. Iconic architecture.
July 22, 2018
Historic Site with amazing architecture
April 29, 2018
its got some awesome history

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“My all time favorite breakfast destination. Not sure if it's the homemade toasted bread or sitting in the midst of the local artwork - but it warms my soul. Buy some art to take a little piece of Mt. Gretna back home with you. ”
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“Whether you need a beer, good food, or meeting friends new and old - this is the place for you! There is a bar section, outdoor patio, and separate dining room - making great options for singles or families. ”
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“It's a fun family outing with either a short hike up a steep trail or a longer hike that's off of Horseshoe Trail. There used to be a small railroad that would take visitors up to the top of the hill where the observation tower is located. Governor Dick Observation Tower is in Governor Dick State Park. It's close to Mount Gretna. Visiting the Jigger Shop for some ice cream or a meal afterwards is a real treat.”
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94 Rexmont Rd
Cornwall, PA 17016
Téléphone+1 717-272-9711