Tourist Attractions In Pennsylvania
Poconos – North Central Area – Northampton County

Stop by one of the tourist attractions in Pennsylvania located here on a vacation to the Poconos mountains & Northampton County regions of the state.

The northeastern region of the state offers scenic waterfalls, train displays, coal mine tours and more!

Poconos – North Central Area

Carbon County PA

Old Mauch Chunk Model Train Display
41 Susquehanna Street
Jim Thorpe PA 18229

Open all year

HO train displays with over 300 structures including buildings and bridges

  • Haunted train displays in October
  • Christmas displays in December
Jim Thorpe PA Hotels

Lackawanna County PA

Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour
Keyser Ave
Scranton PA
800-238-7245 or 570-963-6463
Scranton PA Hotels

April to November 10 AM-3 PM

Bring a jacket.

  • Anthracite mine
  • Gift shop
  • Exhibits, displays, artifacts

Pike County

Bushkill Falls
Bushkill Falls Road
Bushkill PA 18324
Bushkill PA Hotels

Open end of March through November

8 waterfalls can be seen by hiking various trails and from bridges in the Pocono Mountains. They are referred to as “The Niagara of PA”.

You can also fish, visit exhibits, paddle boat or play mini golf in the area.

  • Gift shop
  • Places to eat
  • Picnic areas

Schuylkill County PA

Pioneer Tunnel
2001 Walnut Street
Ashland PA 17921

April to October

Take an open car mine tour into the anthracite mine (bring a jacket), ride a narrow gauge steam train to visit a strip mine.

  • Snack bar serves lunch
  • Outdoor mining displays
  • Park
  • Playground
  • Pioneer Day festival every year on the third Saturday of August
  • Gift shop

Stonehedge Gardens
51 Dairy Road
Tamaqua PA 18252

Open all year 12 PM to dusk

  • 7 acres
  • Gardens: Water, Perennial, Herb, Exotic tropical and Hosta
  • Events during the year
  • Annual tree lighting in December
  • Art gallery features a new local artist every month with a reception

Whistler’s Mother Statue
Between Chestnut and Market Streets
Ashland PA

Statue of Anna Matilda McNeill Whistler

Wayne County PA

Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary

White Mills PA 18473

  • 600 acres
  • Annual Wildflower Music Festival during the summer
  • Walking trails
  • Cross country skiing in winter

Enjoy the Pocono Mountains area attractions!

Northampton County

Visit one, two or more of the Philadelphia tourist attractions when you visit PA on a family getaway or couples weekend break.

There is a lot to see and do in this area of the Keystone State.

You can easily spend a week in this area and still not see all that the area has to offer.

From factory tours to segway and walking tours, enjoy seeing the sights in the southeast corner of Pennsylvania.

Visit a cavern and check out the history in this corner of the Keystone State.

Crayola Factory
Factory Tours
30 Centre Square
Easton PA 18042
Open year round. See website as hours vary.

  • Tour the factory
  • Interactive activities and exhibits for kids
Easton PA Hotels

Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor
2750 Hugh Moore Park Rd
Easton PA 18042

  • Car, boat, bike or walk
  • 5 counties of PA include: Bucks, Carbon, Lehigh, Luzerne, Northampton
  • History trail 165 miles long through Eastern PA along Delaware and Lehigh Rivers and canals
  • Each county has different recreational opportunities and things to do and see

Historic Bethlehem


505 Main Street
Bethlehem PA
Bethlehem PA Hotels

Some of the historic sites here include Moravian Museum of Bethlehem, Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts, 1810 Goundie House, Colonial Industrial Quarter and Burnside Plantation.

They have walking, segway and holiday tours (including carriage rides) of the area, and a museum store at the Visitor Center.

  • Educational programs
  • Tours
  • Events

Lost River Caverns
726 Durham St
Hellertown PA 18055

Memorial Day to Labor Day daily 9 AM-6 PM
Other times – daily 9 AM-5 PM

250,000 year old cave with crystal formations. Bring a sweater or jacket for the tour.

  • Events include classes and demonstrations

Sun Inn
564 Main St
Bethlehem Pennsylvania 18018

Moravian architecture style from the 18th century where famous historical figures stayed including John Hancock, John Adams, Benjamin Harrison, George Washington. The inn has been restored.

  • Living history museum
  • Guided tours
  • Events
  • Rooms are furnished with period pieces and items

Have fun sightseeing with your family and friends!

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