Luzerne County in Northeastern Pennsylvania welcomes you. We encourage you to explore the scenic charm and the healthy environment created by our beautiful mountains, lakes, streams, and valleys.
You'll receive first class hospitality by a community that appreciates your company. Your visit will stimulate good communication and relaxation.
For your next group tour; come to Luzerne County, conveniently located at I-81, I-84, I-476 and I-80. Please contact Janet Hall at 1-888-905-2872.
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Sometimes you just need to get out, stretch your legs, and explore the sights, sounds, and tastes of Luzerne County and Northeast Pennsylvania on your own terms. We provide several sample itineraries to help you get lost in the area's natural charm.
Get introduced to the black diamonds of Northeast Pennsylvania that revolutionize the way of living in the early 1900's. Start off 300 feet below in the mines of where black coal was harvested and relive the life of a coal miners family at Eckley Miners Village, a replica of a typical mining town. The evening brings the excitement of Harness Racing and the slots and table games at the Mohegan Sun Pocono.
Shopping, Dining & Entertainment
Nothing is more revitalizing than taking some time to shop for yourself or others. The Crossings Premium Outlets in Tannersville offers over 100 of your favorite stores. Food court and specialty foods are available on site. In the afternoon switch gears to this unique co-op featuring antiques, collectibles and memorabilia. After returning to your hotel to refresh spend the evening with dinner and a show at the local Music Box Dinner Theatre.
Art to Ice Cream!
Take a tour of the Luzerne County Courthouse, a marvel of a Victorian era building is adorn with stain glass and marble. Browse through a store full of paintings, drawings, sculptures, vintage clothing and much more from area artists. The FM Kirby Center backstage tour showcases this restored art deco theatre and colorful past. Finish with artistically created ice cream from a local dairy farm dating back to Victorian times.
Victorian Wilkes-Barre & Jim Thorpe
All Victorian in Northeast Pennsylvania including the Pocono Mountains. Tie in two regions for its Victorian styling throughout its homes and attractions. Visit two of Wilkes-Barre most famous Victorian buildings; the Wilkes-Barre Courthouse and the Frederick Stegmaier Mansion. Tour a Victorian era dairy farm complete with a sampling of homemade ice cream. Continue on to Jim Thorpe, an entire town of Victorian architecture that adorns Main Street. Tour the many attractions of the town including a one hour train ride in a 1920's era open window coaches.
Wine & Dine!
Everyone loves food, especially treats. When visiting Luzerne County experience various tastings and learn how chocolates, baked goods, homemade ice cream and wines are all produced in these local unique facilities.
Christmas and Kringle
Enjoy the holidays in a different manner. Take a break from the busy schedules and come back refreshed with all your shopping done. Scranton, nicknamed the Electric City, offers one of the best Christmas Light Displays in the area. Get your holiday shopping done at traditional and unique stores while taking in some the area's attractions.
History, Heritage & Fun!
An interactive itinerary including a ride on the Electric City Trolley to lunch at a transformed rail station to a magic show commemorating the Great Houdini. Spend the evening having fun at the Mohegan Sun Pocono; dinner, slots, table games, entertainment and shopping.
History, Heritage & Fun Itinerary
This was a really great trip. I was a little worried just looking at the intin that there was enough to do, but I was wrong. About a third of the guests had been on last years mystery trip and even the year before last. They are hooked and they were saying every year it seems to get better. We might be in trouble next year. They were a great bunch of people.
Last comment: The Stegmaier Mansion with Joe Matteo and his chef Jody were definitely the biggest hit. They were still talking about it on the way home. And the Barbershop Quartet was a hit also. They performed above and beyond what they had to. They hated to leave. Very personable. Whoever thought of that was a genius. We might want to incorporate it into another tour if possible.
Anyway thanks for giving me this trip. It was a winner.
Marie - Group Leader