Fort Roberdeau - Historic Site and Natural Area

383 Fort Roberdeau Rd, Altoona, PA 16601 GET DIRECTIONS
Local: 814-946-0048
Fax: 814-943-5074

Discover the exciting story of the Pennsylvania frontier during the Revolutionary War at Fort Roberdeau. The fort was built to support a lead mining and smelting operation in the most dangerous place in North America. Patriots fought British Rangers, Indians, and even their neighbors. The 230-acre site includes the reconstructed stockade, exhibits and a museum shop in an 1858 barn, White Oak Hall, nature trails and picnic facilities. Tours are available May 1 through October 31. Hours: Tues. through Sat., 11 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Sun. & Mon., 1 - 5 p.m. Special award-winning programs are offered for student groups with preregistration. An annual re-enactment event is held in July. White Oak Hall may be rented for social events. Call or visit their website for more information.

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Discounts Offered: Group Discount, Senior Citizen Discount
Facility Amenities: ADA-compliant, Bus Parking, Gift Shop
General Information: Dates Closed: Nov. - Mar., Hours: April - Oct: Tues through Sat.: 11 am - 5 pm; Sun. & Mon.: 1 pm - 5 pm
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Fort Roberdeau, also known as the Lead Mine Fort, was originally built in 1778 and reconstructed in 1976.
Fort Roberdeau, also known as the Lead Mine Fort, was originally built in 1778 and reconstructed in 1976.
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