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  • 810 Main St. Honesdale, PA 18431-1847
    570-253-3240
    Offering many exhibits including The Delaware and Hudson Canal exhibit and the Here Comes The Bride the history of Wayne County and its historic value. Faces in clay such as, local Native American,...
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  • 1 Dent Drive Lewisburg, PA 17837
    570-577-1000
    Programming includes acts from around the world, in a variety of genres, including blues, jazz, world music, dance, classical, and much more.
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  • 1409 Somerset Ave. Windber, PA 15963-1653
    814-467-9014
    The Windber Historic District covers the area originally set aside by the Berwind-White Coal Mining Company in 1897. One architectural gem is the Palace Hotel.
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  • Chatham College - Woodland Rd. Pittsburgh, PA 15232
    412-365-1100
    Founded in 1869, Chatham University provides students with a solid education built upon strong academics, public leadership and global understanding. Chatham's 35-acre arboretum campus is located...
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  • 4000 Woodland Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19104
    215-386-2181
    The Woodlands is a historic mansion and cemetery. Enjoy a tour of the restored mansion or stroll along the grounds and marvel at the beautiful gardens and plants. The cemetery is the resting place...
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  • 38 S. 2nd Street Columbia, PA 17512
    The history of one of the oldest frontier towns is alive and well in this restored 1738 mansion, which interprets the life of early settler, Susanna Wright. The home was originally built for James...
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  • 309 Locust St. Wrightsville, PA 17368-1221
    717-252-4117
    Visit Wrightsville. Museum built in 1871, Burning of the Bridge Civil War diorama show. Guided tours available.
  • 28 Homer Lane Wyalusing, PA 18853
    570-746-3979
    Come and hear about the people, both ordinary and extraordinary, that lived in the region where  the Wyalusing Creek meets the Susquehanna River.
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  • 6th & Market Streets, Independence Visitor Center Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-301-9255
    Along the tour, you can expect an explanation of over 25 sites in the historic district. More comprehensive than any other walking tour, you will see Philadelphia past and present. We see the...
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  • York, PA 17405
    717-845-3949
    York is a city located in South Central Pennsylvania. York was founded in 1741 by settlers from the Philadelphia region, and named for the English city of the same name. During the American...
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