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  • Attractions

    »Bell School House

    Built in the 1870s, the Bell School housed students until 1953. The story of early Monroe County schools is portrayed for visitors through artifacts and guided tours.

    Cherry Valley Road
    Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania 18360

    »Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm

    Guided tours, costumed guides, farm animals and craft demonstrations. Open June 20 to Labor Day and closed on Mondays.

    1000 Turkey Hill Road
    Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania 18360

    »Monroe County Courthouse

    The Monroe County Courthouse was built in two parts, the first one being completed in 1890 and the second one in 1934. Built in the Romanesque style of architecture, it continues to function even today. The limestone and sandstone is well preserved and stands firm on its ground till date. The design and architectural style of the building are like a mirror of the past times.

    610 Monroe Street
    Stroudsburg, PA 18360

    »Camelback Mountain Resort

    Camelback Mountain Resort is a great place for skiing and snowboarding. Nestled in the Pocono Mountains, it offers unrivaled recreation with a splendid view. There are about 34 slopes which have several vertical drops and lifts that are great entertainment and fun for families. In the district of Poconos, this is among the largest ski resorts and is visited by millions during the winter months.

    1 Camelback Road
    Tannersville, PA 18372

    »Weona Park Carousel

    The vicinity of Pen Argyl in the Northampton County is bragged by a monumental Carousel in the name of the Weona Park Carousel. It is also fondly referred as the Dentzel Stationery Menagerie. The construction of the carousel site dates back to 1923. It encompasses a land cover of less than one acre. It finely depicts the Stationery Menagerie Carousel style of architecture. It is swanked by 44 animals and two sleighs. The site has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999. 

    1026 Blue Valley Drive
    Pen Argyl, PA 18072

    »Deerfield Spa

    Deerfield is the friendly, casual destination spa known for health over hype and laughs over luxe. They are a safe, homelike place to jumpstart weight loss and fitness, or just refuel with fresh air and fun. Recognized as one of the top affordable spas in North America, they replace pretense and pressure with top quality spa programming and close, personal attention from a warm, caring staff. Facilities include accomodations for 33 guests, two state-of-the-art gyms, a heated outdoor pool, three lounges, outdoor sports court, spa treatment rooms, sauna, an intimate dining room and spa boutique.

    650 Resica Falls Road
    Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania 18302

    »Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center

    The Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center is nothing but a state park that was founded to spread awareness about the environment and conduct environmental educational activities. At this park, you can also indulge in activities like hiking, fishing, hunting and so forth.

    Belfast Road
    Bushkill Township, PA 18091

    »Four Sisters Winery

    Nestled in a beautiful valley in nearby Belvidere, this winery is open year round and welcomes visitors.

    10 Doe Hollow Lane, Route 519
    Hackettstown, New Jersey 07823

    »Memorial Library of Nazareth

    The Memorial Library of Nazareth offers a wide range of resource and learning information in traditional and non-traditional formats.

    295 East Center Street
    Nazareth, Pennsylvania 18064

    »Kern House

    Built by Andrew Gottfried Kern, a Moravian carpenter and founding member of the Moravian Historical Society, the Kern House is "one of the few examples of an early 19th century home which still exists in Nazareth." The only remaining part of the original home construction is the stone portion.

    2 North Main Street
    Nazareth, Pennsylvania 18064

    »Gray Cottage

    Owned and maintained by the Moravian Historical Society, the Gray Cottage was the second log house built in Nazareth. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the restored Gray Cottage was built to house a communal group of people rather than a single family. It would later house school children and teachers and become at private residence for a banker. The Gray Cottage is a private residence.

    25 South Whitfield Street
    Nazareth, Pennsylvania 18064
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