Museums in Scranton PA

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  • Steamtown National Historic Site
    Lackawanna Avenue at Cliff Street Scranton, PA 18503
    570-340-5200
    Steamtown NHS celebrates the strength and glory of locomotion. Take a seasonal train ride through the beautiful mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania. Or experience the heritage of the railroad...
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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
    Our mission is to preserve the passenger and dining car experience on the Erie Lackawanna and its predecessors through the purchase and restoration of authentic and historic passenger and dining...
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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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  • 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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  • 232 Monroe Avenue Scranton, PA 18510
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