The National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum tells the story of 200 years of iron and steel making in Coatesville.
When visitors come to the museum, they learn about the people, process, and product of the American steel industry: how steel is made, what products are made with steel, and the historical significance of the Coatesville steel site.
Visitors learn through indoor exhibits, videos, and access to full-size steel products and historic homes and mill buildings.
Are you interested in history? Do you enjoy talking to others? Would you like to learn and teach others about our nation’s steel-making past? Then consider becoming a tour guide.
The NISHM is looking for volunteer tour guides, specifically on Fridays and Saturdays. Its hours are 10 AM-4 PM with full-day and half-day hours available. Training will be provided.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.