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  • 132 Constitution Ave Jessup, PA 18434-1221
    570-489-0489
    A small, hands-on artisan winery specializing in European-style and old-fashioned fruit based wines. Fifty years of experience, passing into the fourth and fifth generations.
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  • 232 Monroe Ave. Scranton, PA 18510-2104
    570-344-3841
    This historic turn-of-the-century mansion is home to the Lackawanna Historical Society's collection of artifacts, research library, and archives.
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  • 300 Cliff St. Scranton, PA 18503-1908
    570-963-6590
    Featuring antique trolley cars, exhibits, a children's gallery, restoration shop and trolley rides.
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  • 201 South Blakely Street #333 Dunmore, PA 18512
    570-209-5851
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  • 1901 Mulberry St. Scranton, PA 18510-2380
    570-346-7186
    The Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art was founded by Dr. Isaiah Everhart, a Scranton-area philanthropist and ornithological enthusiast. When we opened our doors on May 30, 1908,...
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  • 400 Spruce Street Scranton, PA 18503
    570-905-4895
    Serving over 28+wines, wine slushies, gifts, live music on 1st fridays of every month. Stop in and sample...
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  • 1100 Main St Peckville, PA 18452-2003
    570-383-7661
    The Genealogical Research Society's facilities include an extensive library and a database of more than 500,000 local names, periodicals, and books. Explore the past and preserve and celebrate the...
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  • 601 Jefferson Ave. Scranton, PA 18510-1621
    570-961-2300
    The Holocaust Education Resource Center is dedicated to preserving the memory of the Holocaust. The showcases offer a collection of Jewish artifacts. The Center is also involved in educational and...
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  • Washington & Adams Avenues Scranton, PA 18503
    570-344-3841
    The Lackawanna County Courthouse occupies a 4.7-acre lot bounded by Washington Avenue, Linden Street, Adams Avenue, and Spruce Street in downtown Scranton. The Courthouse is a three-and-one-half...
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  • 232 Monroe Ave. Scranton, PA 18510-2104
    570-344-3841
    The Lackawanna Historical Society is located in the Catlin House, a 1912 pre-Tudor style house museum that features local history exhibits related to coal mining and the railroad, county archival...
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