Harpers Ferry National Historical Park

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Harpers Ferry National Historical Park

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
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TYPSUKR
Arlington, VA668 bidrag
okt. 2021
We came here on Veteran's Day, hence admission to the visitor's center parking lot was free. We used a combination of hiking and the free shuttle bus to get between the town and the parking lot over the course of the day.

There were certainly some elements of Harper's Ferry that we enjoyed, such as Jefferson Rock, and also seeing the convergence of the rivers, trails, and railroads at the point. Both of those provided great views, and there were information signs posted there (as well as throughout town).

However most of the rest of the town was a bit of letdown. There really isn't much going on here beyond a couple remaining old buildings, and some cobblestone streets. While we had planned to spend whole day here, we pretty much got tired of seeing stuff after a few hours.

We're happy we visited the site, but also happy we came on a free day and didn't have to put down an admission fee for it.
Skrevet 14. desember 2021
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Lyra S
Huntingdon, PA75 bidrag
des. 2021 • Par
This was my first trip to Harper’s Ferry. On Saturday morning we parked at the visitor’s center for the shuttle, but could easily have driven into town and parked there in the small lot. There was still room! When you pay the $20, it’s good for 3 days, which was a happy surprise for me! The park itself has beautiful scenery. I learned so much I didn’t know about the history of the town and our country! I’d say some of the exhibits could do with some maintenance. Several were literal pieces of paper staples to fabric, and two at least literally had errors scribbled out and fixed in pen. Not sure if buildings were closed due to covid or if that was normal, but many buildings around town were empty. The town of Harper’s Ferry is super quaint and has lots of little shops and restaurants that are definitely worth a stop! We came back on Sunday morning and were able to park in the lot in town, although it was starting to fill up. I’d definitely return!
Skrevet 12. desember 2021
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Photogenius
Washington DC, DC46 bidrag
nov. 2021
Amazing park! So historic, the shuttle bus was amazing. All the restaurants were nice and the shops were amazing. Most exhibits were closed but the John Brown one was amazing! I will definitely be coming back!
Skrevet 14. november 2021
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SueM0712
Aston, PA21 bidrag
nov. 2021
This was my first visit to a National Historic Park. WOW, it's absolutely breathtaking & VERY well maintained! You are asked to keep the park clean & dispose of trash properly. If there aren't receptacles nearby, please take it with you (Keep it as you found it:).

Paid admission is valid for (3) days. This is good, as you may need /want to visit multiple times during your stay with so much to do there!

Shuttle service runs every 10-15min. taking you into the park (shops & restaurants there, as well as walking trails). Don't forget to get your passport book stamped while there (at the bookstore). They're available for purchase if you don't have one.

The former train station is also worth seeing.
Skrevet 8. november 2021
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akt85
Madison, AL159 bidrag
nov. 2021 • Alene
Harper’s Ferry is a neat town. The old buildings have been converted to museums and shops. People inside the National Park Owned buildings were wearing masks. If you only have time to visit one or two shops, be sure to stop at True Treats Historical Candy for candy from the 1700s and 1800s and the bookstore where all proceeds benefit upkeep of the park.

Don’t bother looking for parking in town as there is hardly any there. Park at the visitor’s center and take the shuttle. Hope to be back again someday to visit the museums that were closed.
Skrevet 6. november 2021
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Maura M
New York City, NY42 bidrag
okt. 2021 • Alene
Harper’s Ferry is gorgeous. The cliffs, rivers— I wish I had stayed longer. And the history—John Brown. This is a hidden treasure and I would go back.
Skrevet 18. oktober 2021
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hutchens74
Edwardsville, IL130 bidrag
okt. 2021 • Familie
We took the free tram down from the upper park area. It was a nice area and the busses ran often. This lite historic town was a cute area for some shopping, maybe a bite to eat, and ice cream. The river provides a beautiful place for a walk or picnic. Well worth the stop.
Skrevet 18. oktober 2021
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Jim R
Bellingham, WA307 bidrag
sep. 2021
I got here via C&O towpath, so the park not a destination as such. I enjoyed the historical exhibits in the downtown core, especially about Black history and the college.

With the huge crowds and parking, including riding a bus from a remote parking lot, I don't think I'd ever choose to drive here though. C&O towpath access is via stairway, so you either get to hoist bike and gear from landing to landing OR leave you bike locked to a rack by a public road.
Skrevet 1. oktober 2021
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Janice
Stuart, VA68 bidrag
sep. 2021 • Venner
Wonderful views of the mountains. Very nice bridge to walk accross to see the water, mountains, boat dockside and to take it all in.
Skrevet 24. september 2021
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RYC88
Centreville, VA1 060 bidrag
sep. 2021
We didn't realize the whole town was a national park and it was great to explore all the museums and ruins and trails while in this cute little town. Although there is a shuttle from the visitor's center to the town, the walk is really nice along the river and you get really great exercise going back up the steep stairs on the way back. There are ruins along the river and then you can walk on the bridges and see the trains and there is plenty to do to keep all ages occupied. The museums are small, but very informative and not overwhelming. Plus, you can hop on the Appalachian Trail for a little bit, or even go down the C&O Canal towpath. What a fun little town!
Skrevet 7. september 2021
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