Washington Crossing Historical Park
Washington Crossing is in Pennsylvania.
Washington Crossing was named for its close proximity of General Washington's crossing of the Delaware river on Christmas day of 1776. Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze immortalized this moment with his famous picture, Washington Crossing the Delaware.
With the area being this rich in history, there are tons of ways to enjoy it. Every year, a reenactment of the crossing of the Delaware is done on Christmas day, just like in 1776. Come out and see General Washington and his troops cross the Delaware in full uniforms. If you can't make it on Christmas day, the second Sunday in December is the dress rehearsal. Additional activities, events, and demonstrations also take place on the day of the dress rehearsal.
Open Tu-Sa 9AM-5PM, Su 12PM-5PM. Closed certain holidays, except Christmas Day, Memorial Day, July 4, and Labor Day.
Adult $5, Group and Senior $4, Youth $2
Washington Crossing Historic Park is a 500-acre park divided into two sections: the Thompson's Mill section and the Washington Crossing section. This is not only a great way to experience nature and wander in the wilderness for awhile, but it also has many places of great historic importance and beauty. The Bowman's Hill tower, a tower built in commemoration of General Washington and his army. The tower stands over thirty stories tall and is a sight to behold from the ground! From the top of the tower, on a clear day, you can see fourteen miles into the distance. The landscape is simply stunning - especially during fall during the change of seasons.