McConkey's Ferry Inn

1325 SR 532
Washington Crossing, PA 18977- Map It
(215) 493-4076

AAA Editor Notes

McConkey's Ferry Inn, within McConkey's Ferry Section of Washington Crossing Historic Park at 1325 SR 532, is a restored stone building, the earliest parts of which date from the 1750s. George Washington is believed to have dined at the inn before crossing the Delaware.
(includes Bowman's Hill Tower, Durham Boat House, Thompson-Neely Farmstead and Visitor Center) $11; $6 (ages 4-11); free (active military with ID). Durham Boat House, McConkey's Ferry Inn and Visitor Center only $6. Additional fees may be charged for special events.
Hours: Daily 10-5; last tour begins 1 hour before closing. Closed some holidays. Phone ahead to confirm schedule.