Harpers Ferry National Historical Park

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park is an attraction that offers a combination of history, nature, and education.  The Park is surrounded by two beautiful rivers and along three state borders, where Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia meet. Visit today for an excellent experience for everyone. 

Where Is The Attraction Located?

Parking for the park is at 171 Shoreline Drive, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425. All parking passes and tickets can be purchased from the visitor center. It will be the first place to go, and you will receive all the information you need to enjoy your experience. A tour guide will greet you, and they will provide you with brochures, trail maps, and information on the daily programs. If you are not walking or riding a bike, you can board the park shuttle for your destinations. 

What To Do At The Attraction?

The Harpers Ferry National Historical Park is 3500 acres with many places to enjoy. Lower Town has historical buildings with museums, exhibits, a bookstore, and historical education about the park. The bookstore has over 3000 book titles, and if you purchase items from the bookstore, the funds will go to the association that maintains and preserves the park’s history. You can enjoy a guided tour, hike, bike, or walk for your own experience. Daily programs, workshops, and several events are held for all ages. 

Other Things To Do Nearby

If you worked up an appetite after taking a tour through nature, you could visit one of the several well-rated restaurants located minutes from the park. There is a casino that has a food court called The Eatery. They have several cuisines and a pub within the center of the attraction. If gambling is not your thing, go to Glory Days Grill for American food and beverages. 

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park Directions

After you have completed training with the instructors at Performance Jiu-Jitsu, drive to Harpers Ferry National Historical Park for a getaway vacation. Follow the directions below from Performance Jiu-Jitsu to Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. Click here to visit another fun attraction.

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