Tours

  • 1803 House (The Ehrenhardt House)

    1803 House (The Ehrenhardt House)

    The 1803 House serves as a museum giving a glimpse into the Moravian/Emmaus community.

    55 Keystone Avenue

    Emmaus, PA 18049

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  • Asa Packer Mansion

    Asa Packer Mansion

    Built in the Victorian Italianate architectural style in 1861, this beautiful home was the residence of Asa Packer. Today, you will see his mansion just as it stood during Packer's lifetime.

    3 Packer Hill Road

    Jim Thorpe, PA 18229

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  • Audubon’s Lehigh Driving Tour

    Audubon’s Lehigh Driving Tour

    This Auto Tour takes visitors through the heart of the Pocono Mountains. Enjoy scenic views, bird watching, historic sites, shops, and recreational areas.

    PO Box 134

    Weatherly, PA 18255

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  • Audubon’s Lehigh Driving Tour

    Audubon’s Lehigh Driving Tour

    The Auto Tour highlights John James Audubon's visit to the Upper Lehigh River where he studied the variety of birds and other wildlife. You can retrace Audubon's 1829 journey and experience the natural beauty of the region.

    White Haven, PA 18661

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  • Bear Mountain Butterfly Sanctuary

    Bear Mountain Butterfly Sanctuary

    A Butterfly Sanctuary with live indoor aviary and nature-based gift shop.Enjoy the ultimate butterfly experience!

    18 Church Road

    Jim Thorpe, PA 18229

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  • Bristol Cultural & Historic Foundation

    Bristol Cultural & Historic Foundation

    Dedicated to preserve and promote the history and culture of the 1681 riverfront town of Bristol.

    321 Cedar Street

    Bristol, PA 19007

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  • Bucks County Civil War Roundtable

    Our mission is to promote and create interest in all aspects and phases of the Civil War through monthly speaker oriented meetings and educational programs.

    32 North Broad Street

    Doylestown, PA 18901

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  • Burnside Plantation

    Burnside Plantation

    This historic farm-in-the-city opens doors to early American agricultural life. The property includes a restored 1748/1818 farmhouse, two 1840s bank barns, a high horse-power wheel, large kitchen garden and orchard, a corn crib and wagon shed.

    1461 Schoenersville Road

    Bethlehem, PA 18018

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  • Easton Heritage Day

    Re-live the past and celebrate the historic reading of the Declaration of Independence that took place in Easton's "Great Square". Watch history come alive in Historic Downtown Easton!

    PO Box 3433

    Easton, PA 18042

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  • Eckley Miners Village

    Eckley Miners Village

    The village of Eckley was established in 1854 as a small mine company "patch" town and is now owned by the Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission. It is a dramatic introduction to the life of the anthracite miner and his family.

    2 Eckley Main Street

    Weatherly, PA 18255

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  • Erwin-Stover House Welcome Center

    Erwin-Stover House is an 1800 Federal-style home with additions in 1840 and 1860 built by the Erwin family, for whom the village of Erwinna is named and now serves as the Welcome Center for the Tinicum Township region of the Route 113 Heritage Corridor Tour.

    921 River Road

    Erwinna , PA 18920

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  • Fallsington Historic District

    Fallsington Historic District

    Today the three-hundred-year-old village of Fallsington represents an enduring Quaker community and an architectural heritage that is uniquely American.

    4 Yardley Avenue

    Fallsington, PA 19054

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  • Fonthill Castle

    Fonthill Castle

    Henry Mercer (1856-1930) built Fonthill as his home between1908 and 1912.

    84 South Pine Street

    Doylestown, PA 18901

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  • George Taylor House

    George Taylor House

    The George Taylor House was the 18th century summer residence of the Durham Furnace's talented iron master.

    35 South Front Street

    Catasauqua, PA 18032

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  • Ghost Walks in Old Mauch Chunk

    Ghost Walks in Old Mauch Chunk

    Join costumed Ghost Guides as they share ghoulish tales along Broadway in Jim Thorpe PA.

    24 Broadway

    Jim Thorpe, PA 18229

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  • Governor Wolf Historical Society

    The Governor Wolf Historical Society offers a historical and genealogical collection relating to Northampton County.

    PO Box 134
    Jacksonville Road

    Bath, PA 18014

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  • Haines Mill Museum

    Haines Mill Museum

    A mill has stood here on the banks of the Cedar Creek since colonial times. Haines Mill still operates for demonstrations today, offering a trip into the world of the early technology that supported farm life.

    3600 Dorney Park Road

    Allentown, PA 18104

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  • Hex Highway - Dutch Hex Tour Association

    Hex Highway - Dutch Hex Tour Association

    A trip through Northern Berks County, the land of the "Fancy" Pennsylvania Dutch, will take you through fertile countryside where hundred-year-old Pennsylvania German barns are decorated with a unique folk art design, referred to as hex signs.

    PO Box 306

    Kutztown, PA 19530

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  • Historic Bethlehem Partnership

    Historic Bethlehem Partnership

    Walk the streets of Historic Bethlehem and be transported to another time and place. HBP strives to "Bring History to Life" in a variety of exciting, fresh and active ways!

    459 Old York Road

    Bethlehem, PA 18018

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  • Historic Bethlehem Visitor Center

    Historic Bethlehem Visitor Center

    Visitor's Center for Historic Downtown Bethlehem.

    505 Main Street

    Bethlehem, PA 18018

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  • Historic Downtown New Hope

    Historic Downtown New Hope

    Enjoy quaint shops and bucolic landscapes in the historic village of New Hope.

    1 West Mechanic Street

    New Hope, PA 18983

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  • Jacobsburg Historical Society

    Preserving and presenting the art and industry of Early American gunmaking.

    PO Box 345
    402 Henry Road

    Nazareth, PA 18064

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  • Josiah White II Canal Boat Ride

    Josiah White II Canal Boat Ride

    Take a ride back in time aboard the Josiah White II! Pennsylvania’s only mule-drawn canal boat cruises Section 8 of the Lehigh Canal in Hugh Moore Park during the summer.

    2750 Hugh Moore Park Road

    Easton, PA 18042

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  • Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts

    The Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts uses period rooms to showcase nearly three-hundred years of folk art, furnishings and paintings.

    427 North New Street

    Bethlehem, PA 18018

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  • Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour

    Go down in history! Descend 300 feet below ground to explore abandoned tunnels of rock and coal.

    McDade Park

    Scranton , PA 18504

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  • Lansford Church Tour

    Lansford Church Tour

    At first glance, the Borough of Lansford appears scarred from the decline of a once thriving economy. Upon closer inspection, something important is revealed. It is a community of forthright people. Lansford's centers of faith clearly show how this village takes care of its own.

    Lansford Historical Society
    52 West Ridge Street

    Lansford, PA 18232

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  • Lehigh Valley Covered Bridge Tour

    Lehigh Valley Covered Bridge Tour

    The Lehigh Valley's seven quaint, historic covered bridges are highlighted on this self-guided tour.

    840 Hamilton Street
    Suite 200

    Allentown, PA 18101

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  • Lehigh Valley Heritage Center

    Lehigh Valley Heritage Center

    The Lehigh County Historical Society is one of the largest historical societies in America and houses one of the finest historical research libraries in the state of Pennsylvania.

    432 West Walnut Street

    Allentown, PA 18102

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  • Liberty Bell Museum

    Liberty Bell Museum

    The impressive memorial where the Liberty Bell was safely kept hidden in 1777.

    622 West Hamilton Street

    Allentown, PA 18101

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  • Lion Brewery

    The Lion Brewery, Inc. brews high-quality ales and lagers that are enjoyed throughout Pennsylvania. While visiting our area, try one of our delicious Brewery Hills or Stegmaier labels.

    700 North Pennsylvania Avenue

    Wilkes-Barre, PA 18705

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  • Little White Church

    Little White Church

    The first church building was erected in 1844 by the Evangelical Church Association. The Little White Church was restored by the Palmerton Area Historical Society in the 1990s.

    3rd and Columbia Avenue

    Palmerton, PA 18071

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  • Lock Ridge Park and Furnace Museum

    This wooded park includes the old Lock Ridge Iron Works complex and surrounding land perfect for picnics and outings.

    525 Franklin Street

    Alburtis, PA 18011

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  • Mansions Along the Delaware

    Visit the country estates of Andalusia, Glen Foerd and Pennsbury Manor on an elegant bus tour with step-on guide, lunch and gift shop.

    400 Pennsbury Memorial Road

    Morrisville, PA 19067

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  • Mercer Museum

    Mercer Museum

    Houses dramatic displays of the implements, folk art and furnishings of early America before mechanization.

    84 South Pine Street

    Doylestown , PA 18901

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  • Molly Maguire Auto Tour

    Molly Maguire Auto Tour

    Were the Molly Maguires victims or villains? You decide as you visit the sites where the organized labor movement began and relive the events that lead to the death of over a dozen men in Schuylkill County's Coal Country.

    200 East Arch Street

    Pottsville, PA 17901

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  • Moravian Historical Society & Whitefield House

    Moravian Historical Society & Whitefield House

    Established in 1857, the Moravian Historical Society is the third oldest in Pennsylvania. The site features permanent and changing exhibitions, and a gift shop featuring books, local souvenirs, and handmade artisan items.

    214 East Center Street

    Nazareth, PA 18064

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  • Moravian Museum of Bethlehem

    Moravian Museum of Bethlehem

    See fascinating Moravian culture through exhibits including a set of apothecary jars and the fireplace where prescriptions were compounded.

    66 West Church Street

    Bethlehem, PA 18018

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  • Moravian Pottery and Tile Works

    Moravian Pottery and Tile Works

    A National Historic Landmark and working history museum producing decorative tiles and mosaics in a manner similar to that employed by Henry C. Mercer.

    130 Swamp Road

    Doylestown , PA 18901

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  • Museum of Indian Culture

    Museum of Indian Culture

    Showcased in an 18th century stone farmhouse, the Museum of Indian Culture is an educational resource center for people of all ages to learn about this country’s first peoples.

    2825 Fish Hatchery Road

    Allentown, PA 18103

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  • National Canal Museum

    National Canal Museum

    Discover America's living canal heritage at the National Canal Museum. Take a journey back in time to the early 1800s and experience what the world was like before railroads, highways and airplanes.

    2750 Hugh Moore Park Road

    Easton, PA 18042

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  • Nazareth Area Visitor Center

    Nazareth Borough welcomes you to discover it's rich heritage and stroll it's tree lined streets.

    Nazareth Chamber of Commerce
    201 North Main Street

    Nazareth, PA 18064

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  • New Hope & Ivyland Railroad

    New Hope & Ivyland Railroad

    Relax as you travel through the rolling hills and valleys of Bucks County and experience the sights, sounds and romance of the Golden Era of Steam.

    32 West Bridge Street

    New Hope, PA 18938

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  • No. 9 Coal Mine & Museum

    No. 9 Coal Mine & Museum

    Explore the world's oldest continually operated anthracite coal mine (1855-1972). Tour the 1923 Wash Shanty and see breaker models, a collection of antique mining tools, lamps and other memorabilia used in the coal mining industry.

    9 Dock Street

    Lansford , PA 18232

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  • Northampton County Historical & Genealogical Society

    For more than 100 years, members of the Northampton County Historical & Genealogical Society have preserved the past, served the present, and shaped the future of Northampton County.

    342 Northamprton Street

    Easton, PA 18042

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  • Old Jail Museum

    Old Jail Museum

    Wander the Old Jail's cold hallways, past Cell 17 with its mysterious handprint on the wall, under the gallows on which seven of the accused Molly Maguires were put to death, and down into the eerie dungeon.

    128 West Broadway

    Jim Thorpe, PA 18229

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  • Old Mauch Chunk History Tours

    This tour highlights 1800s Victorian life and architecture, the Industrial Revolution, the barons of industry, the Molly Maguires and efforts to preserve Jim Thorpe heritage.

    Mauch Chunk Historical Society
    14 West Broadway

    Jim Thorpe, PA 18229

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  • Palmerton Area Heritage Center

    Join the thousands who have already learned about area history, thrilled to our exhibits, and experienced the joys of the past!

    410 Delaware Avenue

    Palmerton, PA 18071

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  • Panther Valley Anthracite Auto Tour

    Panther Valley Anthracite Auto Tour

    Experience the communities which were once filled to overflowing with new immigrants and growing families. These communities sent carloads of anthracite coal down the mountains by gravity on tracks that led to the Lehigh River.

    Jim Thorpe Visitor Center
    Lehigh Avenue

    Jim Thorpe, PA 18229

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  • Parry Mansion & New Hope Historical Society

    Parry Mansion & New Hope Historical Society

    The Parry Mansion was built in 1784 by Benjamin Parry, one of New Hope's founders, and had been occupied by Parry's descendants until it was purchased by the New Hope Historical Society in 1966.

    45 South Main Street

    New Hope, PA 18938

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  • Pennsbury Manor

    Pennsbury Manor

    The recreated country home of William Penn in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, provides a peaceful contrast to the pace of modern American life.

    400 Pennsbury Memorial Road

    Morrisville, PA 19067

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  • Saylor Park & Cement Industry Museum

    Saylor Park & Cement Industry Museum

    Feel the power of the Industrial Revolution in the shadow of the giant Schoefer kilns erected here in 1893 and learn about a fascinating industry and the people that made it happen.

    245 North 2nd Street

    Coplay, PA 18037

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  • Slate Belt Heritage Center

    Slate Belt Heritage Center

    The Slate Belt Heritage Center, built in 1905, is a tribute to the heritage of the early Slate Belt settlers.

    30 North First Street

    Bangor, PA 18013

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  • Slate Belt Museum

    The Slate Belt Museum offers exhibits on the history and industrial heritage of the area.

    PO Box 58
    2214 North Delaware Drive

    Mt. Bethel, PA 18343

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  • Summerseat - Historic Morrisville Society

    Summerseat - Historic Morrisville Society

    Summerseat was constructed by Adam Hoops, a wealthy Philadelphia merchant of the late 1700s. Thomas Barclay, Hoops' son-in-law, was the owner when Summerseat served as George Washington's headquarters from December 8-14, 1776 - a crucial period in the struggle for national independence.

    Hillcrest and Legion Avenues

    Morrisville, PA 19067

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  • The Crayola Experience

    The Crayola Experience

    See Crayola crayon and marker manufacturing demos. Hands-on activities. Ever-changing exhibits.

    30 Centre Square

    Easton, PA 18042

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  • The Electric City Trolley Museum

    The Electric City Trolley Museum

    The Electric City Trolley Museum and Station is a collaborative effort involving many partners. Together they have created a premier electric railway museum in Scranton, Pennsylvania.

    300 Cliff Street

    Scranton, PA 18503

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  • The Jim Thorpe eXperience (JTX)

    The Jim Thorpe eXperience (JTX)

    Guided Historic Adventure Tours - hike, bike, kayak or walk through historic Jim Thorpe and its beautiful surroundings, while enjoying historic and ecological discussion with local guides.

    37 West Broadway

    Jim Thorpe, PA 18229

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  • The Mauch Chunk Museum and Cultural Center

    The Mauch Chunk Museum and Cultural Center

    The museum contains Switchback Railroad and canal lock models as well as a museum of the history of Mauch Chunk and a display of Jim Thorpe.

    41 West Broadway

    Jim Thorpe, PA 18229

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  • Trout Hall

    Trout Hall

    Trout Hall, Allentown's oldest surviving home, was built for James Allen, member of an elite British American family and a son of the founder of Allentown.

    414 Walnut Street

    Allentown, PA 18101

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  • Washington Crossing Historic Park

    Washington Crossing Historic Park

    Washington Crossing Historic Park preserves and interprets the site where General G. Washington executed his daring crossing of the Delaware River, as well as the social and economic history of this important location.

    1112 River Road
    P.O. Box 103

    Washington Crossing, PA 18977

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