With over 500 acres of history, natural beauty and family fun, Washington Crossing Historic Park preserves the site where Washington crossed the Delaware.
The 500-acre Washington Crossing Historic Park hosts thousands of visitors every year who come to see the point from which a battered and dispirited American army launched a counterattack that reversed its long losing streak, preserving its will to fight.
The park also contains restored colonial buildings, Bowman’s Hill Tower, Revolutionary War soldiers’ graves, stone memorials, picnic pavilions and historic collections.
The Visitor Center is open seven days a week from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Guided tours of the Historic Village are 10 AM - 4 PM.
Single site admission is $6 and combo tickets are $11. Tickets may be purchased at any of the three locations.
The recreational areas of the Park are open for use from dawn to dusk all year, weather permitting.
Tours and programs are sponsored by the non-profit Friends of Washington Crossing Park and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission.