Our goal is simply to create delicious ales, available fresh & local to our customers, friends, and neighbors. We are doing what we love and hope you enjoy the fruits of our labor as much as we do.
Dry, sweet, fruity, and late harvest wines from the finest fruits available.
National/International award-winning wines. Family-run winery; tasting room in Tunkhannock.
Events and entertainment; rustic country setting.
Grovedale Winery and Vineyards is a producer of premium wines grown in our eight acres of vineyards and from the surrounding area. The vineyard has 11 different varieties of red and white winegrapes including Riesling, Chardonnay, Vidal, Frontenac, Frontenac Gris, Louise Swenson, St. Croix, St. Pepin...
A family owned and operated business serving a variety of red and white wines. Come join us and enjoy our picturesque scenery by the ponds. Second Location: 317 Linden St., Scranton, PA. (570) 703-0798.
Tasting room, events. Range of fruity/sweet and dry whites/reds.
Tasting room, events. Award-winning Francat blush, Traminette tropical white, more.
The Eagles Mere Friends of the Arts is an organization dedicated to presenting professional musical programs and other cultural events of a high quality for the community of Eagles Mere, Pennsylvania, and the surrounding area.
Non-profit organization for arts-minded people. Classes, workshops, auctions, exhibits, games.
Bringing the excitement of live theater to the communities of Susquehanna County. In the process, we encourage those who would not otherwise get a chance to participate with us in presenting our shows to the public.
Custom picture framing. Exhibits, gallery receptions, displays, starving artist festival.
Music in the Mountains is a chamber music camp in August, for young musicians ages 13 - 20, directed by Deborah Reeder and Barbara Sonies,
members of The Philadelphia Trio, which performs in the Eagles Mere Friends of the Arts series in July and August.
The Sullivan County Council on the Arts is an organization that fosters and preserves the artistic and cultural lives of residents of Sullivan County, PA. Art exhibits, workshops, festivals, activities, live performances. Rural arts community.
The Wyoming County Cultural Center/Dietrich Theater is a 501C3Non-profit four-screen movie theater and cultural center.
Our vision is helping others as a nonprofit human services organization that assists American Indians with basic daily living needs, promotes their art and culture, and inspires others to join our efforts; and supports quality education for the children of Belize with resources and materials.
Open by appointment; featuring exhibits and lectures on history of NEPA.
Located on a bend in the Susquehanna River near present-day Towanda, Pennsylvania, Azilum provided refuge for a group of French exiles in the autumn of 1793.
Visit a restored one room school and view area historical artifacts, sign our black board, read alumni stories and receive a free brochure of the Hoover School's history.
Oldest house in four counties; genealogy history events throughout the year.
Clifford Township Historical Society, Inc., is a non-profit organization and its mission is the collection, documentation and preservation of historical information and memorabilia relating to the early settlement of Clifford and the surrounding areas with the goal of fostering in our residents an appreciation...
Two museums with vast collections of rare and antique automobiles and aircrafts.
Eagles Mere is on the National Registry of Historic Places, and our museum, created by a world-class museum designer, illustrates its unique development. Come visit "The Town Time Forgot" and immerse yourself in our rich 200 year history.
Old Mill Village was founded in 1960 to preserve the history and heritage of the Endless Mountains Region of Pennsylvania. Throughout the Spring, Summer, and Fall, the Village brings history to life during weekend events.
The Sullivan County Historical Society is committed to the education of the people in the county and extended communities of the necessity and significance of preserving and presenting data, artifacts and historical lessons for all people.
The Susquehanna County Historical Society, established in 1890, offers an extensive museum collection, as well as a genealogy and local history research library.
Preserving the heritage of Northeastern Pennsylvania for future generations.
Nineteenth century jail converted into county museum. Specs O'Keefe of the 1950 Brinks robbery was incarcerated here. Exhibits in original jail cells featuring Civil War, Native Americans, log cabin, rural life, jail dungeon cell, and much more. Genealogical research center.
Since its opening in 1951, The Corning Museum of Glass has had one mission: to tell the world about glass. The Museum has grown exponentially over the years. Its history is a story of innovation, perseverance and immense community and corporate support. Today, the Museum’s scholarship and outreach is...
Hands-on museum offering Saturday programs and weekday workshops May-August.
Exhibits highlighting southwestern Bradford County. Rated five stars on TripAdvisor.
Train rides and museum exhibits preserve the era of steam.
Interactive fun for all ages - open year around. Groups welcome.
Serves to educate, preserve, and interpret rich history of Wyalusing.
Spans the Loyalsock Creek in the village of Forksville.
Spans the Loyalsock Creek.
Spans Muncy Creek south of Sonestown.
Follow signs to reach the vista from Double Run Road (SR 3009).
Take High Knob Road from Worlds End Road or Dry Run Road from Rte. 87 south of Hillsgrove.
A magical and tranquil highway through northern PA that ties together towns big and small, generations of people and wondrous sights often forgotten.
From Rte. 220, south of Laporte, take old Rte. 220 to the pull off.
Commemorates the nine pioneers who settled what is now Harford Twp.
A bronze statue of baseball hall of famer Christy Mathewson, who was born in Factoryville in 1880.
A memorial to remember Montrose resident Danny Crisman, who perished in the September 11, 20101 attacks on the World Trade Center. The park honors Danny and all the others who lost their lives that day.
Dedicated to the soldiers and sailors of the armed services from Sullivan County who gave their services and lives for our country in the Korean War, World War I, World War II, Civil War, and Vietnam War.
This Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints site includes a visitors center and meetinghouse, reconstructed homes of Joseph Smith and Isaac Hale, historic woods where John the Baptist restored the priesthood, baptismal site at the Susquehanna River, a trail system, and new sanctuary.
A superb and moving tribute to the miners who toiled in the anthracite fields.
A memorial stone plaque of Sullivan's expedition against the Iroquois American Indians in 1779.
Stone tablets surrounding this monument list the names of local soldiers who died between 1861 and 1865.
In memory of the soldiers and sailors from Wyoming County who fought for the preservation of the Union from 1861-1885.
This viaduct predates its big sister, the Tunkhannock Viaduct. Construction began in 1912 as part of a modernization of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western line from Clark Summit to Hallstead.
This 1848 railroad landmark is an internationally recognized structure of native stone that is noteworthy for its slender piers and arches. It is the largest bridge of its type in the world. Located off Rte. 92 to Rte. 171 in the village of Lanesboro.
Also called the Nicholson Bridge. It is the largest poured concrete railroad bridge in the world. This 2,375-foot long viaduct, completed in 1915, served as the centerpiece of an advanced improvement that greatly reduced grades and curvature along a 39-mile portion of the Lackawanna Railroad's New York...
Head to Toe Salon & Spa is a Full Service Salon & Spa dedicated to providing Tunkhannock and the surrounding areas with the most up to date techniques & products.
Spruce Hollow Farm is a great B&B to rest, relax, and enjoy activities such as knitting, golfing, mountain retreats, skiing, and summer camping.
Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau, 5405 State Route 6, Tunkhannock, PA 18657
1-800-769-8999 or 570-836-5431 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright © 2018 Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau. All rights reserved.