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.
Small museum that displays natural features found in the area and artifacts.
Take a self- guided tour of this mill built between 1804 and 1837 by James Barton. Listed on National register of Historical Places.
Grey Towers is the ancestral home of Gifford Pinchot,first Chief of the US Forest Service and twice Governor of Pennsylvania.
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.
Dorflinger consists of a Wildlife Sanctuary, Glass Museum, Wildflower Music Festival and Historic White Mills. Visit www.dorflinger.org to find out more information.
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).
The Schocopee Schoolhouse is the last remaining one-room school in Pike County.
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.