ANTOINE DUTOT MUSEUM – 1.2mi
Art gallery and museum of local history housed in a charming brick school house circa 1850.
24 Main St, Delaware Water Gap, PA 18327
QUIET VALLEY LIVING HISTORICAL FARM – 5.7 mi
Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm, is a non-profit, living history museum preserving 19th century Pennsylvania German agricultural heritage. Period dressed interpreters portray descendants of Johann Depper, re-enacting daily life on the farm. Nestled on 114 acres of beautiful pastures, woodlands and streams, Quiet Valley hosts all the farm animals typically found in the 1800s. Rabbits, chickens, ducks, geese, cows, pigs, goats, sheep, a mule and Clydesdale draft horses live on the homestead. The buildings include an 1850s bank barn, the original farmhouse, a cabin, spring house, ice house, smokehouse, dry house and assorted smaller barns. Quiet Valley is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
347 Quiet Valley Rd, Stroudsburg, PA 18360
POCONO INDIAN MUSEUM – 8.9 mi
The Pocono Indian Museum is the only museum in Northeastern Pennsylvania dedicated to showing the history of the Delaware Indian. The museum will both inform and, perhaps, shock you. It will show the North American history of man in Northeastern Pennsylvania from 10,500 B.C. to the contact period with European man prior to the American Revolution. It will show the Delaware Indian’s peaceful coexistence with other Indians. And, it will show you the shocking and short 100 years it took the white man to virtually eliminate almost all traces of the Indian’s existence.
5425 Milford Rd, East Stroudsburg, 18302
THE OLDE ENGINE WORKS MARKETPLACE – 2mi
The Olde Engine Works is currently celebrating its 20th year as an antique and collectibles co-op. Prior to its present use, Olde Engine Works Market Place was a machine shop which began operating in 1903. In the early years they built large steam powered hoists that were used for bridge building, quarrying and many other heavy industry applications. During WWII, they built hoists that were used to load and unload the Liberty Ships. After the war the principal operation developed into building winches for Shrimp Boats. These hoists are used to pull in the nets and you will find Stroudsburg Engine Works hoists on boats all over the world. For many years, if you built a shrimp boat, you put a Stroudsburg Hoist on it! Winch production ended in 1989 and the business continued as a machine shop until November 1992.
62 N. 3rd Street, Stroudsburg, PA 18360