National Register of Historic Places listings in Pennsylvania

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This is a list of properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Pennsylvania. As of 2015[update] , there are over 3,000 listed sites in Pennsylvania. Sixty-six of the 67 counties in Pennsylvania have listings on the National Register; Cameron County is the only county without any sites listed.

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This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted October 16, 2020. [1]

Current listings by county

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The following are approximate tallies of current listings in Pennsylvania on the National Register of Historic Places. These counts are based on entries in the National Register Information Database as of April 24, 2008 [2] and new weekly listings posted since then on the National Register of Historic Places web site. [3] There are frequent additions to the listings and occasional delistings and the counts here are not official. Also, the counts in this table exclude boundary increase and decrease listings which modify the area covered by an existing property or district and which carry a separate National Register reference number. 16 percent of the NRHP's in Pennsylvania are in Philadelphia, and nearly 40 percent are located within the Delaware Valley.

Gettysburg National Military Park, Adams County Pennsylvania State Memorial, Sept 2011.jpg
Gettysburg National Military Park, Adams County
Butler County Courthouse, Butler County Butler County Courthouse, Butler.jpg
Butler County Courthouse, Butler County
S. B. Elliott State Park Family Cabin District, Clearfield County S.B. Elliott State Park Cabin 1.jpg
S. B. Elliott State Park Family Cabin District, Clearfield County
Presque Isle Lighthouse, Erie County Presque Isle Lighthouse.jpg
Presque Isle Lighthouse, Erie County
W. W. Griest Building, Lancaster Greist Building.JPG
W. W. Griest Building, Lancaster
Cogan House Covered Bridge, Lycoming County Larrys Creek Covered Bridge 2.JPG
Cogan House Covered Bridge, Lycoming County
Joseph Priestley House, Northumberland County Joseph Priestley House.JPG
Joseph Priestley House, Northumberland County
Grey Towers National Historic Site, Pike County Grey Towers National Historic Site.jpg
Grey Towers National Historic Site, Pike County
Drake Oil Well, Venango County Drake Well, June 2012.jpg
Drake Oil Well, Venango County
County# of Sites
1 Adams 35
Allegheny: Pittsburgh 171
Allegheny: Other 74
Allegheny: Duplicates(4) [4]
2Allegheny: Total241
3 Armstrong 14
4 Beaver 21
5 Bedford 32
6 Berks 139
7 Blair 28
8 Bradford 13
9 Bucks 162
10 Butler 12
11 Cambria 31
12Cameron0
13 Carbon 14
14 Centre 63
Chester: Eastern 113
Chester: Northern 88
Chester: Southern 120
Chester: Duplicates(1) [5]
15 Chester: Total 320
16 Clarion 5
17 Clearfield 20
18 Clinton 10
19 Columbia 31
20 Crawford 19
21 Cumberland 33
22 Dauphin 72
23 Delaware 95
24 Elk 12
25 Erie 46
26 Fayette 68
27 Forest 4
28 Franklin 63
29 Fulton 8
30 Greene 44
31 Huntingdon 42
32 Indiana 24
33 Jefferson 15
34 Juniata 7
35 Lackawanna 35
Lancaster: Lancaster 57
Lancaster: Other 153
Lancaster: Duplicates(1) [6]
36Lancaster: Total209
37 Lawrence 9
38 Lebanon 31
39 Lehigh 53
40 Luzerne 36
41 Lycoming 21
42 McKean 10
43 Mercer 15
44 Mifflin 9
45 Monroe 20
46 Montgomery 158
47 Montour 7
48 Northampton 60
49 Northumberland 29
50 Perry 21
Philadelphia: Center City 148
Philadelphia: North 163
Philadelphia: Northeast 65
Philadelphia: Northwest 73
Philadelphia: South 60
Philadelphia: Southwest 12
Philadelphia: West 65
Philadelphia: Duplicates(5) [7]
51 Philadelphia: Total 581
52 Pike 27
53 Potter 5
54 Schuylkill 19
55 Snyder 8
56 Somerset 31
57 Sullivan 7
58 Susquehanna 8
59 Tioga 10
60 Union 20
61 Venango 19
62 Warren 11
63 Washington 98
64 Wayne 17
65 Westmoreland 54
66 Wyoming 5
67 York 97
Duplicates:(46) [n 1]
Total:3,436
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Cathedral of Learning, Pittsburgh CathedralofLearningPitt3.JPG
Cathedral of Learning, Pittsburgh
Johnstown Inclined Plane, Cambria County Johnstown Inclined Plane.jpg
Johnstown Inclined Plane, Cambria County
Pennsylvania State Capitol Building, Dauphin County Rear Plaza 3.jpg
Pennsylvania State Capitol Building, Dauphin County
Bradford Armory, McKean County Bradford Armory Jun 09.JPG
Bradford Armory, McKean County
Cornwall Iron Furnace, Lebanon County CornwallFurnacePA.jpg
Cornwall Iron Furnace, Lebanon County
Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia Independence Hall.jpg
Independence National Historical Park, Philadelphia
Colton Point State Park, Tioga County Colton Point State Park overlook 1.jpg
Colton Point State Park, Tioga County
Fort Ligonier Site, Westmoreland County Fort Ligonier3.jpg
Fort Ligonier Site, Westmoreland County

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References

  1. "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on October 16, 2020.
  2. "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places . National Park Service. April 24, 2008.
  3. "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service. Retrieved January 2, 2009.
  4. The Allegheny River Lock and Dam No. 2 is split between Pittsburgh and O'Hara Township, the Fortieth Street Bridge is split between Pittsburgh and Millvale, the Homestead High-Level Bridge is split between Pittsburgh and Homestead, and the McKees Rocks Bridge is split between Pittsburgh and McKees Rocks and Stowe Township
  5. Middle Pickering Rural Historic District (Eastern and Northern)
  6. The Lancaster City Historic District is split between Lancaster and Manheim Township
  7. Fairmount Park (North, Northwest, and West Philadelphia), Adams Avenue Bridge in Philadelphia (North and Northeast Philadelphia), Park Towne Place (Center City and North Philadelphia), and University Avenue Bridge (West and South Philadelphia).

Notes

  1. The following sites are listed in multiple counties: Allegheny Portage Railroad National Historic Site (Blair and Cambria), Allegheny River Lock and Dam No. 4 (Allegheny and Westmoreland), Allenwood River Bridge (Northumberland and Union), Bartram's Covered Bridge (Chester and Delaware), Birmingham Bridge (Blair and Huntingdon), Black Rock Bridge (Chester and Montgomery), Gottlieb Brown Covered Bridge (Montour and Northumberland), Brownsville Bridge (Fayette and Washington), Carbon County Section of the Lehigh Canal (Carbon and Northampton), Central Bethlehem Historic District (Lehigh and Northampton), Charleroi-Monessen Bridge (Washington and Westmoreland), Compton and Bloomfield (Montgomery and Philadelphia), Cook Forest State Park Indian Cabin District (Clarion and Forest), Dauphin County Bridge No. 27 (Dauphin and Northumberland), Horn Davis Overholtzer Bridge (Greene and Washington), Delaware Division of the Pennsylvania Canal (Bucks and Northampton), Delaware and Hudson Canal (Pike and Wayne), East Broad Top Railroad (Bedford and Huntingdon), East Oriental Covered Bridge (Juniata and Snyder), Eliza Furnace (Cambria and Indiana), Etters Bridge (Cumberland and York), Fountain Hill Historic District (Lehigh and Northampton), Gilbert Bridge (Cumberland and York), Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site (Berks and Chester), Lawrence L. Knoebel Covered Bridge (Columbia and Northumberland), Kreigbaum Covered Bridge (Columbia and Northumberland), Lehigh Canal; Allentown to Hopeville Section (Lehigh and Northampton), Marion Bridge (Fayette and Greene), Market Street Bridge (Cumberland and Dauphin), Mercer's Mill Covered Bridge (Chester and Lancaster), Millersburg Ferry (Dauphin and Perry), North Oriental Covered Bridge (Juniata and Snyder), Old Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge (Lancaster and York), Pine Grove Covered Bridge (Chester and Lancaster), Richards Covered Bridge (Columbia and Northumberland), Rockville Bridge (Dauphin and Perry), Schuylkill Navigation Canal, Oakes Reach Section (Chester and Montgomery), Twin Bridges Rural Historic District (Chester and Delaware), Stanley (Montgomery and Philadelphia), Upper Roxborough Historic District (Montgomery and Philadelphia), Valley Forge National Historical Park (Chester and Montgomery), Watsontown River Bridge (Northumberland and Union), Webster Donora Bridge (Washington and Westmoreland), Windber Historic District (Cambria and Somerset), and Woodvale Historic District (Bedford, Fulton, and Huntingdon).