Built in 1753 by Jacob Bachmann and his wife Katrinna, at the corner of Fermor (now Second) and Northampton Streets. This stone tavern also served as a place for local politicians to meet and exchange ideas, and from 1753 to 1766 a large room on the second floor was used as the first Court of Northampton County. The tavern was also owned by George Taylor, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, and was used as his residence. The Bachmann Publick House has been restored with 70% of the building’s original fabric is intact. This building is on the National Register of Historic Places. The building currently contains the Lenape Cultural Center, open on Saturdays from 11am to 3pm.
Discover 25 hands-on attractions, where the magic of Crayola comes to life. Use your imagination to save the adventure lab from colorful trouble, name and wrap your own crayon, create melted wax spin act, make digital art come to like and so much more!
Monday-Friday: 9:30 am-4 pm
Saturday & Sunday 10 am-6 pm
Memorial Day- Labor Day Hours:
Monday-Friday: 10 am-6 pm
Saturday & Sunday 10 am to 6 pm
The D&L Trail follows the 165-mile route that anthracite coal took from mine to market. It winds through northern mountains and along the banks of the Lehigh and Delaware Rivers through northeast Pennsylvania, the Lehigh Valley and through Bucks County. The D&L Trail passes through towns, industrial powerhouses and along remnants of the Lehigh and Delaware canals. This earthen path exposes walkers, hikers, bicyclists and others to some of Pennsylvania’s finest wild lands, waterfalls, wildflowers and wildlife.
The Easton trailhead is located at the confluence of the Lehigh and Delaware Rivers. Cross the Third Street bridge and head south on Rt. 611 to the parking lot on your left. Head south to travel along the towpath of the Delaware Canal and north to take the Lehigh Canal’s towpath. There are no restroom facilities at this trailhead.
Brochures and pamphlets about Easton and Lehigh Valley attractions and staffers to assist visitors.
Located inside the Sigal Museum.
The Easton Area Public Library is proud to be serving our community since 1811. Come see our Carnegie Building, built in 1901. The Henry F. Marx Local History Room is a great place to research local history and family genealogy. The Easton Flag, which was flown in downtown Easton at the reading of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, is on display in the Marx Room. The Library offers free Wi-Fi and is open 65 hours per week.
Visit America’s oldest, continuous open-air market.
Saturdays: 9 am – 1 pm, May thru December. Winter Market: 10 am-12 Noon, 2nd & 4th Saturday, January thru April
The market features more than 60 vendors selling locally grown produce, artisan breads & cheese, baked goods, prepared foods, crafts and more. Enjoy live music, cooking demos, kids’ activities and great festivals throughout the season. Debit & EBT accepted.
Full service artisan food hall & market; open for breakfast, lunch & dinner
Closed Mondays & Tuesdays
Wednesday-Saturday: 8 am-7 pm
Sunday: 8 am-5 pm
*Plus additional hours for some vendors.
Kids menu available!
Award-winning shop. Now offering rentals!
Open year round
Closed Tuesdays & Wednesdays
Monday, Thursday, Friday: 11 am-8 pm
Saturday: 10 am-5 pm
Sunday: 12 pm-5 pm
The Jacob Nicholas House, at the corner of 5th & Ferry Streets, is named after the original owner of this “bank” house. Built circa 1807, the home retains the original 200 year old brick entry walk, as well as a walk-in fireplace and much of the original interior woodwork. The Nicholas House has been restored, with furnishings dating from the 1830’s, and is one of few restored structures in the nation that illustrate life at home for a typical working person or family. This building is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Hop on the new Karl Stirner Arts Trail at Scott Park, located along Larry Holmes Drive. The 2.5 mile trail winds its way along the river, through downtown and then on a paved path that parallels the Bushkill Creek, ending at 13th Street. The trail provides a dog park, and, in the coming years, will host more outdoor artwork. Parking is available along Larry Holmes Drive, near the intersection of Pearl Street & Bushkill Drive and at 13th Street.
Founded in 1826, Lafayette is one of the most respected and academically competitive liberal arts and engineering colleges in America. Visitors are welcome to tour the beautiful 110-acre campus atop College Hill.
Cruise into history aboard its mule-drawn boat, then tour the Museum’s family-friendly, hands-on exhibits to learn how our coal-carrying canal led the regional role in America’s Industrial Revolution.
A short drive from Downtown Easton via Lehigh Drive, or a pleasant bike ride or walk along the Delaware & Lehigh Trail.
When the museum is open:
11:30 am -4:30 pm, each day with canal boat roads @ 12 pm, 1 pm, 2 pm, and 3 pm
June 1-9, weekends only
June 12-September 29, Wednesday-Sunday
October 5-27, weekends only
November 2-December 29 (museum only, weekends 11:30 am-3 pm)
Science on a Sphere ® science and art exhibits.
Thursday 6 pm to 9 pm
Music and Arts Venue
Monday-Sunday: 3 pm-2 am
The Parsons Taylor House was built in 1757 by William Parsons who surveyed Easton for the Penn family.
Enjoy our two beautiful parks along the Delaware & Lehigh Rivers. Kids’ playgrounds, WI-FI, concert venues and stunning views.
Visit the Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society’s Sigal Museum to explore the history, art, and culture of Northampton County.
Closed Mondays & Tuesdays
Wednesday-Saturday: 10 am-4 pm
Sunday: 12 Noon-4 pm
Live performances, Freddy Awards and a fine art gallery.
Designed as a vaudeville theatre in 1925, the stunning interior was inspired by the architecture of old Spain and Italy. Now completely restored, the 1,500-seat venue stages more than 100 performances a year, providing everything from family entertainment and opera to Broadway and comedy.
Box Office Hours:
Monday-Friday: 10 am-4 pm
Opens At least 2 hours prior to performances
Administrative Office Hours:
Monday: 9 am-4 pm
Tuesday-Friday: 9 am-5 pm
Live performances presented by Lafayette College Theater Department. Located in Buck Hall at the juncture between College Hill and Historic Downtown Easton, the Weiss Theater presents evening and matinee performances throughout the year produced by the Theater Department at Lafayette College.