30th Anniversary

Help celebrate 30 years of inspiring connections with a landmark homecoming in Hugh Moore Park!

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Things to Do

Washington Crossing Historic Park

Things to Do

1112 River Road Washington Crossing, PA 18977 Get Directions

At Washington Crossing Historic Park, George Washington led his ragged troops cross the ice-choked Delaware River and assaulted the unsuspecting Hessians at Trenton. His victory bolstered sagging morale, changing the course of the American Revolution. The site of the crossing is a National Historic Landmark – the Pennsylvania side of the Delaware River is now a state historic site and museum. The crossing vicinity site features the assembly area, embarkment point, landing area, the road used by the Continental Army for its attack. The 500-acre site includes 13 historic buildings, the noted 100-acre Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve and observation tower, and  picnic areas.

Phone: 215-493-4076