George Nakashima Woodworker Complex

1847 Aquetong Rd.
New Hope, PA 18938- Map It
(215) 862-2272

AAA Editor Notes

George Nakashima Woodworker Complex, 28 mi. e. on I-95 from Philadelphia, exit 51, at 1847 Aquetong Road, is the site of the home, workshop and studio of renowned Japanese-American woodworker, furniture maker and architect George Nakashima. During WWII, Nakashima was interned at the Minidoka Relocation Center in Hunt, Idaho. Upon his release, he went to Antonin Raymond’s farm in New Hope, where he continued his work in a studio and workshop there. Self-guiding tours of the showroom, the Conoid Studio and Finishing Room are open to the public for weekend open houses. The complex was named a National Historic Landmark in April 2014. Note: Wear appropriate footwear—there are no paved paths. Shoes must be removed before entering certain buildings. No photography allowed inside buildings.
Free. Guided group tours: suggested donation of $35 or more.
Hours: Office Hours Mon.-Fri. 9-5. Visiting Hours Sat. 1-4:30. Call ahead to schedule design appointment. Guided group tours of other buildings are offered on selected Saturdays. Closed major holidays.