The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum
Plan Your Visit
The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum includes various exhibits, historic buildings, and steel products that can be seen by visitors.

Admission and guided tours include access into the Lukens Executive Office Building (1902/1916), the former office space for company executives.  Here, indoor exhibits explore the steel making process, steel products, and the history of the American steel industry.

Guided tours allow visitors to see up to four other historic buildings.  Three buildings were ironmasters’ homes: Brandywine Mansion (1739/1788), Terracina (1850), and Graystone Mansion (1889).  The fourth building is the 120” Mill Motor House (1942), which housed the motors for Lukens’ 120” rolling mill.  Stored in the Motor House are the Guppy submersible and a historic ambulance and two fire trucks.

All visitors can see the steel products located throughout museum grounds.  Those products are a narrow-gauge locomotive, a submarine sonarsphere, and the Steelworkers Memorial which features a steel trident from the World Trade Center Twin Towers.

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Museum Hours
Monday through Saturday
10:00am to 4:00pm

Guided Tours at 10 am, Noon, and 2 pm. 

Group tours by appointment