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Lakawanna County Courthouse - © 2004 Munley, Munley & CartwrightUnder the direction of the County Arts Council, Scranton, PA, has re-invented itself. A challenge was the fact that the Scranton industrial-based economy had seen better days. Scranton has met that challenge with creativity and its location. Located in northeastern Pennsylvania, Scranton is about two hours from Philadelphia and New York City – and is fast becoming a weekend cultural getaway.. A community of visual artists, dancers, musicians and art galleries has come alive in Stroudsburg and East Stroudsburg. Entertainment offerings include dance, theater and concerts between the Ballet Theatre of Scranton, the contemporary performers at East Stroudsburg University, the epic productions at the J.J. Ferrara Performing Arts Center, or an evening at the historic Keystone Theatre.

The Radisson, formerly the local train station © 2004 Munley, Munley & Cartwright P.C. All Rights Reserved.

Scranton's Quality of Life index has shot up in the past few years. The cost of living in Greater Scranton has remained approximately equal to the U.S. average, which is significantly lower than all other Middle Atlantic metropolitan areas. Scranton boasts 13 colleges, universities, and technical schools, and an average student to teacher ratio in public schools of 16 to 1 has resulted in high school graduation rates well above state and national averages.

Scranton (pop. 81,805) is the County Seat of Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania. Scranton has not neglected its rich history. The Lackawanna Coal Mine (yes, a real coal mine) and Steamtown, U.S.A (celebrating the heyday of the Railroad in America) are open for visitors. You can ride a real steam locomotive, and then visit the Mall at Steamtown. The historic Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel is well located for exploring the history of the old and the wonders of the new Scranton. It is within walking distance of the Cultural Center and Steamtown National Historic Site, and provides a complimentary shuttle to sites such as the Masonic Temple.

The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport is nine miles south of Scranton.

Whitewater rafting, hiking, nature photography, or camping are available in and near these quiet mountains and streams. Ski resorts such as Camelback Resort, Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort offer the arts -- as well as skiing.

 

 

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