2415 Nazareth Rd.
Easton, PA 18045
Phone: (610) 253-0546
Fax: (610) 252-8952
The distinguished Easton Cemetery is located in the Easton region of Pennsylvania. It is the final resting place of many respected personalities and is highly regarded as a historic cemetery. It was constructed in 1849, and has adapted the Greek Revival, Great Victorian and Gothic styles of architecture. The landscape is embellished with a variety of funeral artworks that add up to the aesthetics. It also featured in the National Register of Historic Places.
Easton Historic District is a listed National Historic District since 1983. It features many buildings that date back from the mid 18th Century to the early 20th Century. These architectural gems are definitely worth a look. These include the Jacob Mixsell House, St. John's Lutheran Church, State Theatre, Easton House and Herman Simon House.
Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society (Jacob Mixsell House) opened in 1929 and is set in the historic Jacob Mixsell House. Dating back to 1833, this Late Federal style brick building is listed in National Register of Historic Places. Get a glimpse of the county's history through archives and artifacts.
Parsons-Taylor House was built in the mid-18th Century. This Georgian building was the residence of William Parsons and later George Taylor who had rented it out till his death in 1791. Since 1906 it has been the base of the George Taylor Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Lehigh Valley Visitor Center is a historic visitors center located in Easton. It is housed inside the Sigal Museum.
Embrace your creative side at the Crayola Experience. This major attraction in downtown Easton is the original location of the Crayola brand. It is home to over 20 art and technology exhibits that are a hit among children and parents alike. Visitors can learn how crayons are made and create their own, pick up new art techniques and appear on their own canvases, among myriad fascinating experiences.
The First United Church of Christ in Easton dates back to 1745 though the present edifice was erected in 1776. Over the years it has undergone some changes and is a central place of worship in the town.
Herman Simon House was built in 1902 by its namesake owner who was a wealthy businessman. This French Chateau style structure is made of Indiana limestone and looks as stately as it was when it was erected. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Established in 1826 and named after the great general of American Revolutionary War, Lafayette College is one of the leading liberal arts college dedicated to the complete development of the students. The college has more than 2000 students enrolled in various under-graduate as well as post-graduate programs in arts and engineering. Its main campus is spread across 230 acres (93 hectares) and comprises various structures like the main academic building Pardee Hall, the architecturally renowned structures of Kirby Hall of Civil Rights and the Skillman Library, the multipurpose Fisher Field at Fisher Stadium and many other facilities. This private college also provides financial aids for deserving students through various programs. Schedule a visit to the college as it also conducts private tour to the campus which lasts for a little over an hour. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Scott Park is near to the Northampton Street Bridge and offers lovely vistas of its surroundings. This beautiful park features an amphitheater, a playground and a boat launch site.
Overlooking the Delaware River, Riverside Park is a wonderful place to be in with your family. It features an amphitheater which is used for concerts and other events. There is also a huge playground and walking trails.
I-78 Keystone Welcome Center at Lehigh Valley at the Delaware River Bridge Toll Plaza is a tourist information center located in Easton. The center is open seven days a week.