Nassawango Iron Furnace & Furnace Town

Furnace Town is the site of the Nassawango Iron Furnace, Maryland's only bog ore furnace; it has one of the nation's earliest hot blast mechanisms still intact. Visitors enjoy a relaxing visit into 19th century village life in the heart of the Pocomoke Forest, 5 miles north of Snow Hill on the Nassawango Creek.

Stroll through the village of artisan shops, including a broommaking house, blacksmith shop, smokehouse, and printshop. The Old Nazareth Church, the company store and the museum are the sites of a number of activities featuring art, music and living history. The 25-acre grounds are perfect for picnics and hikes.



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Furnace Town ChurchVisitors can join in on a variety of activities, including occasional archaeology digs, nature walks, concerts, auctions, festivals, historical re-enactments and fairs. Open April to October, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Read about their summer tours (in PDF): http://visitworcester.org/printables/furnacetown-tour.pdf


Address:
Snow Hill, Maryland

Phone:
410-632-2032

Find out more:

http://www.furnacetown.com