Things To Do

Visit the Lackawanna Heritage Valley

Now is the time to plan your trip to the Lackawanna Heritage Valley – a wonderful place to visit and an easy day drive from every major city in the Northeast. We have historic attractions, art galleries and concerts, ethnic festivals, beautiful trails and parks, exciting skiing, the Railriders, and more!

Map of the Lackawanna Heritage Valley

Must See Sites – The Top 10 List

Click on each site to learn more!

  1. Lackawanna River Heritage Trail
  2. Steamtown National Historic Site
  3. Electric City Trolley Museum
  4. PA Anthracite Heritage Museum & Scranton Iron Furnaces Site
  5. Lackawanna County Coal Mine Tour
  6. Lackawanna Historical Society
  7. Nay Aug Park & Nay Aug Gorge
  8. Everhart Museum
  9. Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple
  10. First Fridays Art Walk

Planning a Trip?

We can help! Call 1-800-22-WELCOME for more information about the events, lodging, restaurants, and attractions in the Lackawanna Heritage Valley. Or click on these sites:
Lackawanna County Convention & Visitors Bureau
Lackawanna County
City of Scranton

Guidebooks

To help you get around, the Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority recommends two guidebooks to local attractions:

Lackawanna River Heritage Trail Guidebook
($19.95, Heritage Valley Press, 120 pages)

The new Guidebook to the Lackawanna River Heritage Trail and the D & H Rail-Trail is hot off the presses!  This handy, spiral-bound pocket compendium not only provides detailed information about navigating the entire seventy mile Lackawanna River Heritage Trail corridor from New York State to Pittston (and the reverse!) and GPS coordinates, but it also offers interesting and useful information and photos about the history, culture and significant sites of the Lackawanna Heritage Valley National and State Heritage Area.    

A History Set in Stone: A Guide to Downtown Scranton Architecture (Complimentary, published by the Lackawanna Heritage Valley Authority and Lackawanna Historical Society, 20 pages)
A concise twenty-page annotated walking tour of the City of Scranton, this booklet provides maps, tour routes, and interesting details about the city’s beautiful commercial and residential buildings. Available at the Lackawanna County Visitors’ Center on Montage Mountain (off I-81 in Moosic), several downtown businesses, and local historic sites.