Harpers Ferry
John Brown's Fort

John Brown’s Fort

John Brown’s Fort was originally constructed for use as a guard and fire engine house for the federal Harpers Ferry Armory in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia (back then it was a part of Virginia). The original building was described in a military report as one story brick use as an engine and guard house covered with slate and copper gutters. The building because famous during the raid on the Harpers Ferry Armory in 1859 when John Brown turned it to a fortification during the revolt....
Town's Inn

Town’s Inn

The Town’s Inn is a historic stone residence situated next to main street Harpers Ferry. It’s one of the few Inn’s that’s near Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, the Chesapeake and Ohio National Park, and the Appalachian Trail National Park. The building is next to main street Harpers Ferry where you will find a cluster of private shops, restaurants, museums, rivers, trails, and the train station within walking distance. The Inn provides year-round lodging to those who wants to spend a few days exploring the...
Jefferson Rock

Jefferson Rock

Jefferson Rock is a rock formation on the Appalachian Trail above lower Harpers Ferry in Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. The landmark is right behind St. Peters Roman Catholic Church. It consists of several large masses of shale rock, piled one upon the other situated before the junction of Shenandoah River and the Potomac River. It’s named after Thomas Jefferson, who stood there on October 25, 1783. He found the view from the rock impressive and wrote in his journal on the State of Virginia...