George Nakashima Woodworker Complex

1847 Aquetong Rd.
New Hope, PA 18938- Map It
Phone: (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&#8217;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 Saturday open houses. The complex was named a National Historic Landmark in April 2014.</br>Note: Wear appropriate footwear&#8212;there are no paved paths. Shoes must be removed before entering certain buildings. No photography allowed inside buildings.</br>Guided tours are available.</br>
Free. Guided group tours: suggested donation of $50 or more per person.
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 select Sat. Closed major holidays.