Long Pond Ironworks Museum

 

The Long Pond Ironworks Museum is open to the public Saturdays and Sundays between 1pm and 4pm April through November. Organized groups and schools may arrange Museum visits by appointment all year.

The museum, operated and staffed by volunteers, opened for its first season on Saturday, April 10, 1999. Inside the renovated Old Country Store are interpretive displays, artifacts and relics from the furnace area and ironworkers village. Photographs and artifacts help illustrate how the area looked and what life was like in this industrial complex. There are also a limited number of items available for purchase.

FOLPI is seeking additional volunteers so the hours the museum is open can be expanded. We also give monthly and special tours of the Historic District as well as educational-outreach programs for schools, Scouts, clubs and other organizations. Contact us for program information.

To become involved at the Museum, leave a message for Beth Salvatori on the FOLPI Information Line (973) 657-1688 or email us.

Or write:
The Friends of Long Pond Ironworks, Inc.
P.O. Box 809
Hewitt, NJ 07421

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