Paupack Cemetary is located SW of Rte. 507 in Paupack, Palmyra Township, Pike County, PA.
The Hotel Fauchère was, like virtually all of the hotels in Milford, originally a summer business. Louis Fauchère would work during the winter months at restaurants in New York City. The present Italianate style building opened in 1880.
Shohola and Shohola Glen are located in the northeastern corner of Pennsylvania in Shohola Township, Pike County. The Shohola Glen Summer Resort was first envisioned by Chauncy Thomas in 1879 after building the Shohola Suspension Bridge, the Shohola Glen Hotel and the Shohola Depot.
Royal Taft was the great great grandson of Robert Taft who was born in England c. 1640 and emigrated to Massachusetts Bay Colony c. 1668. William Howard Taft(27th U.S. President) was the great great great great grandson of Robert Taft.
Historic Milford Theatre, 114 E. Catherine Street, Milford, PA
Located at The Columns, 608 Broad Street in Milford, Pennsylvania, the Society welcomes visitors to the museum during regularly scheduled hours, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday (April 1st to June 30th), (September 1st to November 30th) and Wednesday - Sunday (July 1 to August 31).
In 1944, Marie Zimmerman (1879-1972) closed her National Arts Club Studio and moved away from the New York art scene to her family's vacation home near Milford, Pennsilvania.
Marie Zimmermann House (Delaware Water Gap NRA). July & August House Tours; Sat & Sun; hourly 10am-2pm; Handicap-accessible; Off North-South US209 between Milford and Rt.739 intersection, between mile marker 14 and 15; 1912 Dutch Colonial Revival restoration; friendsofmariezimmermann.org; ...
Built in 1907 in the French Normandy style, Forest Hall was intended by the Pinchot family for use by commercial shops on the first floor, and for classrooms for Yale University's Forest School as well as a meeting place for fraternal organizations on the upper floors.
The Schocopee Schoolhouse is the last remaining one-room school in Pike County.
Take a self- guided tour of this mill built between 1804 and 1837 by James Barton. Listed on National register of Historical Places.
Small museum that displays natural features found in the area and artifacts.
Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River is the home of the oldest existing wire suspension bridge in the United States; the Delaware Aqueduct, or Roebling Bridge as it is now known.
Grey Towers is the ancestral home of Gifford Pinchot,first Chief of the US Forest Service and twice Governor of Pennsylvania.
Once called Shohola Glen Hotel, Rohman's Inn was established in 1849 and rebuilt in 1885.
Originally the Bellemonte Silk Mill, the facility was built by the Dexter, Lambert & Company in 1880 and operated as a silk mill from 1880 until 1956. It was the first large scale silk factory in northeastern Pennsylvania. To this day, it is still the largest laid bluestone building in the ...
In 1892 the Erie Railroad built a small four wheel caboose numbered 4259 for use on short runs.
On June 29th, 1973, Hawley's Ritz Company Playhouse, once a movie and vaudeville theatre, opened its curtains for the first time with the musical production "Brigadoon". The theatre is now entering its forty first year of LIVE theatre productions in the Hawley/Lake Wallenpaupack area.
Zane Grey was an American author best known for his popular adventure novels and pulp fiction that presented an idealized image of the rugged Old West.
The noted philosopher, logician, scientist and founder of pragmatism lived in this house from 1887 until his death in 1914.
Come take a walking tour through Milford and learn about the history the town has to offer.
Milford, Pennsylvania, nestled peacefully in the Poconos, has become a luxurious getaway in recent years. Behind its small-town charm and beautiful sites is a rich history that yearns to be told. Black Bear Tours was launched to tell her wonderful story at affordable prices. Please take time to ...