Lackawanna State Park Lake


Scranton the “Electric City” offers its visitors an experience like no other. Take a trolley ride from the Trolley Museum, which neighbors Steamtown National Historic Site. Explore the vast history of the Scranton Coal Miners and go on a coal mine tour, which tours you in a non-working mine. Scranton offers a bit of taste for everyone and the ethnically diverse dining experience is something right out of a big city. The Parks in town offer various places for running, biking, walking or simply enjoying nature and the views that only Scranton has to offer. Scranton has art galleries, universities and seasonal festivals like First Friday, theater performances and musical experiences.


Who says you have to go to the Big Apple to get quality entertainment? Broadway Theater rolls into town in the winter and provides the same shows at the Scranton Cultural Center.

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Toyota Pavillion

If biking, hiking or running is your thing, Lackawanna County has a trail or you. Lackawanna Heritage Valley and our county parks have miles of well-maintained trails for you to enjoy.

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This is where you’ll find information on all the great annual events in Lackawanna County and the Scranton Area. Regardless of whether or not we’ve got this year’s specific information on our event calendar, here we’ll give you the scoop on major annual events that have become local traditions– they’re all listed here!

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