A popular trend in Lackawanna County is combining old with new to create unique experiences. We have brought together a piece of our history with a piece of our future to create an unforgettable trip for all ages!
We love our National Park at Steamtown National Historic Site, which explains our county’s history in the rail industry and gives an up-close look at the restoration of train cars.
Staying or having lunch at the Radisson with your group? Ask Steamtown how your group can get a train ride from the original train-station-turned-hotel to the park!
Right next to Steamtown is the Electric City Trolley Museum, home to an incredible collection of refurbished trolley cars and the origin of Scranton’s nickname, the Electric City. See the latest addition to the museum and a gift to Lackawanna County, the John Oliver train set.
Book a trolley excursion to PNC Field to watch the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Railriders, the AAA affiliate of the New York Yankees! Your ticket includes transportation to the game, a $2.00 lunch voucher, and admission to the game with a return ride back to Downtown Scranton.