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Fort Mifflin Greenways Get Together

Join us April 10th at 11am for a tour and educational program at Fort Mifflin-situated where the Schuylkill and Delaware rivers meet. We will meet at the Visitors Center entrance at 10:45, enjoy a tour, have lunch together and then attend an educational program complete with a canon demonstration.

The stated mission of Fort Mifflin on the Delaware is to develop, preserve and interpret Fort Mifflin as a National Historic Landmark whose unique history, original fabric and surrounding environment will be protected and used to educate and enrich students and families and serve as a significant regional tourist resource.

Physical and architectural preservation will reflect the period 1777 – 1875. Historical interpretation will be inclusive of the Fort’s service during each of America’s major wars: Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Civil War, World War I and World War II. Environmental interpretation will be inclusive of the Fort’s river setting, wetland habitat and wooded areas.



There will be a nominal $5 fee to attend and we will provide lunch to attendees between the tour and education program.

Once you have selected your ticket, click on the cart icon at the top of the page which will take you to the River Store.  Click the cart again to access the payment page for your ticket.