The Steamtown National Historic Site is the only National Park solely dedicated to the history of steam railroading, and the people who made it happen. Steamtown NHS showcases steam locomotives, restored cabooses, freight cars and passenger coaches dating from the early 20th century.
The 52-acre site boasts an active Locomotive Repair Shop and Roundhouse with an operational turntable, and a museum complex that includes a Visitor Center, History and Technology museums, and a 250-seat HD Surround-Sound theater. Throughout the year, visitors are welcome to enjoy the Park film, "Steel and Steam", take in the sights and observe the masterful restoration of classic rolling stock, representative of America's industrial past.
Seasonal excursions, special events, and demonstrations. Park Entrance is FREE.
Located in downtown Scranton, PA. GPS Coordinates: N 41.410730 (latitude), W 75.671329 (longitude) GPS Entrance Address Locator: 4 Lackawanna Ave OR Lackawanna Ave at Cliff St