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"The Office" Self-Guided Tour


Welcome to Scranton, the home and mecca for fans of NBC’s hit mockumentary television show, The Office, which is based on the fictitious Dunder Mifflin Paper Company's Scranton branch! Relive iconic show moments with friends and family as you explore and visit locations made famous by being included in the hysterical hit show. Savor a slice from Alfredo's Pizza Cafe (not to be confused with the "other" place), indulge in a lobster feast at Cooper's Seafood House, and perhaps wind down with a drink at the renowned Poor Richard's Pub, a favorite hangout spot for the show's characters. 


Remember, in the words of Michael Scott, Ain’t no Party Like a Scranton Party, 'Cause a Scranton Party Don’t Stop! So, get ready for an unforgettable trip down Dunder Mifflin lane.


Brian Baumgartner (Kevin Malone) holding The Office Self-Guided Tour map!


Ready to dive deep into the world of Dunder Mifflin? Grab The Office Self-Guided Walking Tour map below or at our Visitors Center, or use the interactive map below and embark on an unforgettable journey! Don't wait; start your Scranton adventure today!

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On the Scranton Map

All within walking distance of Downtown Scranton, visit these iconic locations mentioned in The Office!

1. The Office Mural

The Office Mural proudly stands as the ONLY official mural recognized globally; it's endorsed by NBC, Peacock, and authorized by all 17 actors. The Office Mural was dedicated in 2023.

"It is... a message. It is an inspiration, it is... a source of beauty." - Michael Scott

503 Lackawanna Ave, Scranton

2. Alfredo's Pizza Cafe

This well-known Scranton pizzeria is endorsed as "the good pizza" by The Office staff, in contrast to the fictional "Pizza by Alfredo," which Kevin Malone famously refers to as "a hot plate of garbage."

• Season 4, Episodes 1/2 | Fun Run Part 1/2
•Season 4, Episodes 5/6 | Launch Party Part 1/2
• Season 6, Episode 15 | Sabre

1040 S. Washington Ave, Scranton

3. Poor Richard's Pub

This Scranton pub is a favorite after-work hangout for The Office members.

• Season 2, Episode 1 | The Dundies
• Season 2, Episode 5 | Halloween
• Season 2, Episode 10 | Christmas Party
• Season 3, Episode 7 | Branch Closing
• Season 3, Episode 18 | Cocktails
• Season 4, Episode 9 | Local Ad
• Season 6, Episode 19 | St. Patrick's Day
• Season 9, Episode 6 | The Boat
• Season 9, Episodes 24/25 | A.A.R.M. Part 1/2

125 Beech St, Scranton

4. Electric City Trolley Museum

Scranton earned the nickname "The Electric City" for being the pioneering city in the U.S. to adopt electric-powered trolleys. This nickname is repeatedly mentioned in Michael and Dwight's "Lazy Scranton" rap.

"Lazy Scranton, the Electric City, they call it that 'cause of the electricity!" - Michael Scott & Dwight Schrute

300 Cliff St, Scranton

5. Steamtown National Historic Site

Michael enters the Steamtown National Historic Site and hops onto a parked train after declaring bankruptcy.

• Season 4, Episodes 7/8 | Money Part 1/2

350 Cliff St, Scranton

6. The Marketplace at Steamtown

The Scranton Welcomes You Sign, Auntie Anne's, and Boscov's are all located inside The Marketplace at Steamtown.

• Season 2, Episode 20 | Drug Testing
• Season 2, Episode 22 | Casino Night
• Season 3, Episode 22 | Women's Appreciation
• Season 4, Episodes 3/4 | Dunder Mifflin Infinity Part 1/2
• Season 5, Episode 26 | Casual Friday

300 Lackawanna Ave, Scranton

7. Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel

The Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel is prominently featured in the series, notably serving as the backdrop for "Dwight's Speech." Additionally, it was used by the cast and crew during The Office Convention in 2007 and The Office Wrap Party in 2013.

• Season 2, Episode 7 | The Client
• Season 2, Episode 17 | Dwight's Speech
• Season 5, Episode 22 | Dream Team

700 Lackawanna Ave, Scranton

8. The University of Scranton

University of Scranton apparel is showcased throughout the series, making its debut in the episode "Basketball" when Jim is spotted wearing a University of Scranton t-shirt.

• Season 1, Episode 5 | Basketball
• Season 2, Episode 6 | The Fight
• Season 2, Episode 9 | Email Surveillance
• Season 3, Episode 1 | Gay Witch Hunt

800 Linden St, Scranton

9. Lackawanna County Courthouse

Dwight mentions he is a Lackawanna County Volunteer Sheriff's Deputy in the episode "Drug Testing."

• Season 2, Episode 20 | Drug Testing

200 N. Washington Ave, Scranton

10. Electric City Sign

The Electric City Sign is shown in Michael & Dwight's "Lazy Scranton" music video.

• Season 3, Episode 8 | The Merger

507 Linden St, Scranton

11. Backyard Ale House

Backyard Ale House hosted the After Party for The Office Wrap Party and, along with Cooper's and The Bog, serves as a popular hangout spot for Brian Baumgartner during his visits to Scranton.

"I do deserve a vacation. Sometimes Batman's gotta take off his cape." - Kevin Malone

523 Linden St, Scranton

12. The Bog

While Michael drives Meredith to rehab in "Morrocan Christmas," Meredith lists bars they could go to and mentions The Bog. In the episode "Lice," external shots of The Bog are featured. The Bog was also a popular party venue for the cast and crew during the 2007 The Office Convention.

• Season 5, Episode 11 | Moroccan Christmas
• Season 9, Episode 10 | Lice

341 Adams Ave, Scranton

13. Dundie Award at Scranton City Hall

In 2021, NBC's Peacock presented Scranton with the "world's largest Dundie," creating a real-life connection to the beloved Dundie ceremonies featured in the show. The Dundie Award is currently displayed at Scranton City Hall, which is featured in the opening credits.

• Opening Credits
• Season 2, Episode 1 | The Dundies
• Season 7, Episode 21 | Michael's Last Dundies

340 N. Washington Ave, Scranton

14. Scranton Cultural Center

In the series finale, The Office crew hosts a Q&A panel at the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple.

• Season 9, Episode 26 | Finale Part 1/2

420 N. Washington Ave, Scranton

15. Pennsylvania Paper & Supply

John Krasinski and his friends filmed the opening credit scenes from his car, which features the Penn Paper Building while exploring Scranton and researching for the show.

• Opening Credits

215 Vine St, Scranton

16. Cooper's Seafood House

Established in 1948, this historic Scranton restaurant and Lackawanna County landmark is a beloved dining destination for The Office employees in the show. Cooper's Seafood House is also home to a dedicated gift shop featuring merchandise inspired by The Office and Scranton.

• Season 3, Episode 7 | Branch Closing
• Season 3, Episode 8 | The Merger
• Season 4, Episodes 5/6 | Launch Party Part 1/2
• Season 5, Episode 3 | Business Ethics
• Season 6, Episode 14 | The Banker

701 N. Washington Ave, Scranton

17. Dwight Schrute Mural

Don't forget to swing by and snap a photo at the massive Dwight Schrute mural adorning the side of On&On!

• "Identity theft is not a joke, Jim!" - Dwight Schrute

1138 Capouse Ave, Scranton

18. Andy Gavin's Eatery & Pub

While Michael drives Meredith to rehab in "Morrocan Christmas," Meredith lists bars they could go to and mentions Andy Gavin's Eatery & Pub.

• Season 5, Episode 11 | Moroccan Christmas

1392 N. Washington Ave, Scranton


Drivable Locations

Featured in the show but outside the Downtown area — just a quick ride to these locations!

19. Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour

To boost office morale, Michael tries to arrange a trip to the Lackawanna County Coal Mine Tour under the mistaken impression that it's an amusement ride and even asks if they offer laser tag.

• Season 1, Episode 3 | Health Care

1 Bald Mountain Rd, Scranton

20. Anthracite Heritage Museum

The Anthracite Heritage Museum is shown during the Lazy Scranton rap.

• Season 3, Episode 8 | The Merger

22 Bald Mountain Rd, Scranton

21. Houdini Museum & Magic Show

Nellie mentions the Houdini Museum and expresses her lack of admiration for Harry Houdini. In the subsequent episode, "Welcome Party," it is revealed that Nellie takes a dislike towards stage magicians as a result of a painful experience in her past.

• Season 8, Episode 19 | Get The Girl

1433 N. Main Ave, Scranton

22. PNC Field

PNC Field, home to the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders, was also the site of The Office Wrap Party.

"Ain't no party like a Scranton party, 'cause a Scranton party don't stop!" - Michael Scott

235 Montage Mountain Rd, Moosic

23. The Pavilion at Montage Mountain

In the episode "Drug Testing," Michael mentions he went to an Alicia Keys concert at the Montage Mountain Performing Arts Center, a reference to the Pavilion at Montage Mountain.

• Season 2, Episode 20 | Drug Testing

1000 Montage Mountain Rd, Scranton

24. Kelly's Pub & Eatery

While Michael drives Meredith to rehab in "Morrocan Christmas," Meredith lists bars they could go to and mentions Kelly's Pub & Eatery.

• Season 5, Episode 11 | Moroccan Christmas

1802 Cedar Ave, Scranton

25. Lake Scranton Trail

Lake Scranton serves as the location for the Survivor-style competition in the episode "Beach Games" and is also where Michael accidentally drives his car into during the episode "Dunder Mifflin Infinity."

• Season 3, Episode 23 | Beach Games
• Season 4, Episodes 3/4 | Dunder Mifflin Infinity Parts 1/2

Route 307, Scranton

26. Glider Diner

Michael suggests Holly eat at the Glider Diner in the episode "Goodbye, Toby."

• Season 4, Episodes 18/19 | Goodbye, Toby Parts 1/2

890 Providence Rd, Scranton

27. Gertrude Hawks Chocolates

Gertrude Hawks Chocolates frequently appears in the office vending machine in numerous episodes of the series. In "Casino Night," Creed steals a chocolate bar from the vending machine, while in "Dunder Mifflin Infinity," the gift baskets include Gertrude Hawks Chocolates.

• Season 2, Episode 22 | Casino Night
• Season 4, Episodes 3/4 | Dunder Mifflin Infinity Parts 1/2

909 Keystone Industrial Park, Dunmore

28. City of Carbondale

Carbondale, also known as The Pioneer City, is located 15 miles north of Scranton and is mentioned occasionally during the series.

• Season 2, Episode 12 | The Injury
• Season 3, Episode 21 | Product Recall
• Season 7, Episodes 22/23 | Goodbye Michael Parts 1/2 

1 North Main Street, Carbondale

29. Lake Wallenpaupack

Lake Wallenpaupack serves as the setting for the Dunder Mifflin company retreat in the episode "Booze Cruise."

• Season 2, Episode 11 | Booze Cruise
• Season 3, Episodes 13 | Traveling Salesmen

2512 Route 6, Suite 1, Hawley


Printable Map

The Office Self-Guided Tour Map (2023)





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