Cornwall Iron Furnace

Cornwall Furnace, in blast from 1742 to 1883, is one of the world's best-preserved 19th-century charcoal ironmaking facilities. The massive stone furnace, steam-powered air-blast machinery, and several related buildings survive intact. Primarily a producer of pig iron products, Cornwall Furnace cast cannon for the American Revolution.

Cornwall Iron Furnace

94 Rexmont Road, Cornwall, PA 17016

  • PHONE: (717) 272-9711
  • FAX: (717) 272-0450


  • On-site Parking