The Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple was designed by noted architect Raymond Hood and was completed in 1930. Today, the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is home to a lively local performing arts scene. Enjoy splendid historic architecture amid off-Broadway performances, stand-up comedy and exciting musical events. The Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic also regularly plays at the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple.
Electric City Trolley Museum -
The Electric City Trolley Museum is adjacent to Steamtown National Historic Site and is located in downtown Scranton, PA. Among the leading Pennsylvania historical sites, the Electric City Trolley Museum is devoted to exhibiting restored trolleys that once ran on lines throughout Pennsylvania. A major addition was made to the museum in 2006 that created a 2,000-foot railroad track extension to a restoration station adjacent to PNC Field. The tracks connected the line to Steamtown National Historic Site, and initiated a major part of the Electric City Trolley Museum's mission to put historic train cars back in working order for the appreciation of the public.
The Lost Trails ATV Adventures
We are the closest Hotel to the newly opened up ATV Trails, called the Lost Trails ATV Adventures located only a few blocks away at 1000 Dunham Drive, Dunmore, PA 18512. Their new location has over 2,000 acres of trails to explore with many trails leading to "Destination" sites such as the "Bear Caves", "Top of The World" with it's 2,000 feet of elevation change. This spot has a view that will take your breath away and the "Burnt Bus", how this made its way to the top of the Mountain is anyones guess. There is a good veriety of Trails from "Wet & Muddy", "Boulder Crawls" and "Scenic Trails" twisting through the Mountain side amid some of the most "Breath Taking" vistas the Pocono Mountains have to offer.