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Historic Acquisition Turns Iron & Steel Museum into Massive Footprint
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120" Mill motor house
120" Mill motor house with Brandywine Mansion in the background. Photo by Sam Radziviliuk/NISHM
Architect's Rendering
Architect's rendering of the future expansion of The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum. Architect rendering by Saylor Gregg Architects
steelworker's memorial
Steelworker's Memorial with the 120" Mill in the background. The memorial features one of the 50 ton steel tridents from the World Trade Center. Photo by Sam Radziviliuk/NISHM
The team responsible for making the property transfer a reality
(L-R) James Ziegler, Executive Director, NISHM; Scott G. Huston, President, NISHM; Charles L. Huston III, President, The Huston Foundation; Edward Frey, General Manager, ArcelorMittal-Coatesville; Sheldon Gregg, Unit President, Local 1165-00/USW; Eugene DiOrio, Historian, NISHM Photo by Robert O. Williams, The Williams Group for NISHM
Press Releases
Dr. Lorna Stuart Selected To Receive 16th Annual Rebecca Lukens Award
The National Iron and Steel Heritage Museum is pleased to announce the selection of the 2022 Rebecca Lukens Award recipient, Dr. Lorna Stuart.
4-8-2022

Karen Marshall Selected To Receive 15th Annual Rebecca Lukens Award
The National Iron and Steel Heritage Museum is pleased to announce the selection of the 2021 Rebecca Lukens Award recipient, Karen Marshall.
4-5-2021

Minnie McNeil Selected To Receive 14th Annual Rebecca Lukens Award
The National Iron and Steel Heritage Museum is pleased to announce the selection of the 2020 Rebecca Lukens Award recipient, Minnie McNeil.
4-10-2020

Temporary Museum Closing
Due to construction on our new Visitors Center, in addition to the encouragement for all citizens to practice measures to slow the spread of COVID-19, the museum has closed to visitors, suspended tours, and canceled all scheduled events through May 31, 2020.
3-13-2020

Sandra Momyer to be Honored with Thirteenth Annual Rebecca Lukens Award
The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum (NISHM) in Coatesville, PA, is pleased to announce its thirteenth annual Rebecca Lukens Award to be presented to archivist and local preservationist, Sandra S. Momyer.
4-17-2019

Janet S. Klein — 12th Annual Rebecca Lukens Award Honoree
The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum (NISHM) in Coatesville, PA, is pleased to announce its twelfth annual Rebecca Lukens Award to be presented to noted historic preservationist and museum management consultant, Janet S. Klein.
4-17-2018

The Guppy Comes Home
The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum announces the addition of the Guppy to its collections.
2-21-2018

Frances Sheehan — 11th Annual Rebecca Lukens Award Honoree
The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum (NISHM) is proud to announce the 2017 Rebecca Lukens Award will be presented to Frances Sheehan
3-21-2017

Historic Acquisition Turns Iron & Steel Museum into Massive Footprint
The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum (NISHM) is proud to announce the acquisition of two historic mill buildings, as a gift from ArcelorMittal.
11-21-2016

Coatesville Remembers
Our 9/11 Commemoration Ceremony includes the World Trade Center Trees which arrived in April.
9-11-2010

World Trade Center Steel Trees Coming Home to Coatesville
10 fifty-ton steel “trees” will travel on a 28 tractor-trailer convoy from New York City to Coatesville on April 14, 2010
4-1-2010

Lukens Colossal Sonarsphere Returns Home
Graystone Society acquires a sonarsphere, the first Lukens Steel product to return to the National Historic District.
10-27-2007