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Historic Houses around Easton, PA
 
 
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Bachmann Publick House
169 Northampton Street, Easton, PA, 18042, United States
The 1753 Bachmann Publick House is a living history house museum dedicated to the education of colonial life and early American history. Enjoy a visit this quaint, restored tavern. The room in the 1753 Bachmann Publick House that served as the Kings Court has been...
0.2 miles Historic House
Sun Inn, Pennsylvania
564 Main Street, Bethlehem, PA, 18018, United States
The Sun Inn has served townspeople and visitors to Bethlehem with unsurpassed hospitality since greeting its first guests in 1760
10.2 miles Historic House
Shippen Manor Museum
8 Belvidere Avenue, Oxford, NJ, 07863, United States
The Georgian-style stone mansion was built in 1753 by Joseph and William Shippen, owners of the Oxford Furnace, and at one time the estate consisted of 4000 acres. Here, at the home of the ironmaster, the Shippens stayed when they visited their investment; the house...
13.6 miles Historic House
George Taylor House
35 South Front St., Catasauqua, PA, 18032, United States
A National Historic Landmark, the George Taylor House is the 18th century summer residence of the Durham Furnace’s talented iron master. Taylor was also a signer of the Declaration of Independence. The Taylor House was restored under the direction of John K. Heyl...
13.8 miles Historic House
Trout Hall
414 Walnut Street, Allentown, PA, 18102, United States
Impressive Trout Hall, a colonial stone mansion built in 1770 and Allentown's oldest home, was the summer estate of James Allen, son of Allentown's founder. Allen's British sympathies cost him his wealth, his freedom, and possibly his life. Beautifully furnished to...
14.8 miles Historic House
Solitude House Museum/Union Forge Heritage Association
7 River Rd., High Bridge, 08829, United States
Built in 1710, the center piece of the Taylor Iron and Steel Company. Homestead of five generations of company presidents. Civil War General George W. Taylor, was born at Solitude. Visitors to Solitude included George and Martha Washington, Col Charles Stewart, Aaron...
17.1 miles Historic House
Troxell-Steckel House
4229 Reliance Street, Egypt, PA, 18052, United States
The region's only authentically complete Pennsylvania-German farm house, built in 1756, resembles its medieval ancestors and gives a captivating glimpse of the area's farm history.
17.1 miles Historic House
1803 House
55 Keystone Avenue, Emmaus, 18049, United States
This Federal style house once belonged to descendents of the town's founder. Today visitors can see what life was like in the early 18th century through period furnishings and other artifacts.
18.0 miles Historic House
Stroud Mansion Museum
900 Main Street , Stroudsburg, PA, 18360, United States
The historic 1795 Stroud Mansion is the finest example of Georgian-style architecture in Monroe County. The 12-room hours, an imposing structure for its time, was built by Jacob Stroud, founder of Stroudsburg and a Revolutionary War colonel, as a home for his eldest...
20.3 miles Historic House
Walnutport Canal & Locktenders House
309 Lehigh Street, Walnutport, PA, 18088, United States
A restored 1829 Locktender’s House with period furnishings of the early 19th century. There are canal locks, a four-and-one-half-mile towpath, picnic areas and watered canal where you can fish and enjoy nature.
20.9 miles Historic House
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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