100 Park Ave
Stroudsburg, PA 18360
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Arts & Museums
Driebe Freight Station is a restored 1882 freight station of the New York, Susquehanna and Western Railroad. The museum houses a working train display, industrial exhibits, a general store, and a gift shop. A 1923 Chestnut Ridge Railroad caboose contains railroad memorabilia from the local rail lines.
Built by Colonel Jacob Stroud in 1795, this museum features Stroud room, Victorian parlor, tool and weapon room, an early bedrooom, an antique toy room, a textile room, an extensive collection of Native American artifacts, and a colonial kitchen. One hour tours are offered at 10:00 am and 2:00 pm.
Walk through an authentic bark house and back into time to see tomahawks, war bonnets, and a 150-year-old scalp at this museum that follows the history of the Delaware Indians. This museum's claim to fame is that it is the only one in the Northeast devoted to the Delaware tribe; displays trace the history of man in Northeastern Pennsylvania from 10,500 B.C. through 1776. Displays of ancient artifacts make the cassette-guided tour fascinating for kids and adults alike. The gift shop on-site features many native craft items including pottery, jewelry and leather goods. Also on premises is an excellent library of Indian history and bookstore.
The Jacobsburg Historical Society's "Pennsylvania Longrifle Museum" at the Henry Homestead is open from May through October on Sundays from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. It features changing exhibits regarding the Henry family's firearm legacy.
Featuring four galleries offering hands-on exhibits that educate and entertain all ages, the National Canal Museum is the only museum in the Unites States
The Mixsell House Museum houses the Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society's collection of paintings, furniture, tools, silver, china, dolls, needlework, weapons, uniforms, jewelry and Native American artifacts dating from pre-colonial times to the present. The permanent collections and temporary exhibits can be enjoyed throughout the year.
The Jacob Nicholas House, popularly known as the Little Stone House Museum is a beautiful structure. Built in 1807, this mansion was restored and refurbished with the furnishings given by Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society. This site gives you an insight into the house of a typical working American man.
Gallery of fine arts and crafts by local artists.
Situated in a house that dates back to 1915, this museum includes period furnishings, artifacts, memorabilia, photographs, a genealogy library, and many other historical objects and resources.