Scranton is Pennsylvania's sixth biggest city with a population of around 77,000 people. You can get on a bus rental in Scranton, Pennsylvania and see the sights in the city, which are testament to the city's industrial past and its beauty.
A bus rental in Scranton, Pennsylvania can help make your tours even more memorable. It can take you to all of these places without no hassles and hitches:
Visit the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science & Art. Opened in May 1908, this is one of the very few public museums in the state. The museum currently has at least 62,000 natural history artifacts, as well as cultural exhibits. You could also find art works, with some of them dating back to antiquity. Or you can check out the Electric City Trolley Museum, which allows you to see restored trolleys and interurbans that used to be utilized by the Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley Railroad.
Also, go to McDade Park and visit the Pennsylvania Anthracite Heritage Museum where you could learn more about the state's anthracite coal mining history and heritage. Other museums you can visit here include Catlin House Museum, and the Holocaust Education Resource Center.
Lastly, you should hear the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic in concert at the Theater at Lackawanna College or the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple.
Scranton allows you to watch several professional and semi-professional sports teams. For instance, catch the Scranton Wilkes-Barre RailRiders baseball team play at the PNC Field, or the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins ice hockey team play at the Mohegan Sun Arena, and the Electric City Shock soccer team play at the Marywood University. Meanwhile, you can check out the Scranton Wilkes-Barre Steamers basketball team play at the Union Center at Lackawanna College.
The city has 30 sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Steamtown National Historic Site, the Central Railroad of New Jersey Freight Station, Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Station, and Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Yard-Dickson Manufacturing Co. Site are testaments to the contributions and history of railroads to the city's growth and development. You could also check out the Lackawanna Avenue Commercial Historic District.
Other historic sites include government buildings such as the Lackawanna County Courthouse and John Mitchell Monument and the Scranton Armory; houses such as Joseph Cassese House, Silkman House, and Terence V. Powderly House; schools such as James Madison School, North Scranton Junior High School, and Roger Williams Public School No. 10; churches such as First Church of Christ, Scientist, the Masonic Temple and Scottish Rite Cathedral, and the St. Peter's Cathedral Complex.
Then you can also visit these sites on a bus rental in Scranton, Pennsylvania: Tripp Family Homestead, Scranton Lace Company, Scranton Chamber of Commerce Building, Municipal Building and Central Fire Station, 340, Lackawanna Iron and Coal Company Furnace, Harrison Avenue Bridge, Grand Army of the Republic Building, Century Club of Scranton, and Albright Memorial Building.
Visit the Nay Aug Park where the kids can play at the David Wenzel Treehouse, the playground, or dip at the pool. You can also find the Paul Kanjorski Bridge and the Heroes Memorial here. There is also a walking trail and picnic facilities that you can use. Weston Field has indoor and outdoor pools, a soccer field, a playground and a recreation center, while Connell Park features a playground, a basketball court, swimming pool, and a dog park. Other parks and facilities in the city that you can go to include the Cayuga Field and Playground, Chic Feldman Field, Grace St. Playground, James P. Connors Park, Jim Crowley Recreation Site, Novembrino, and Powderly Park, among others.
Enjoy the history, arts and outdoors on a bus rental in Scranton, Pennsylvania. Call us at 1-866-569-2012 to reserve your bus today!