Classic Burlesque & Comedy Show ‘Pink Carousel’ Heads to Poconos’ Sherman Theater on June 2

Classic Burlesque & Comedy Show ‘Pink Carousel’ Heads to Sherman Theater on June 2
Join the Premier Classic Burlesque Troupe, The Looking Glass Revue, as they take you on a glamourous ride on the Pink Carousel on Friday, June 2 at the Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg.
Enjoy this professional burlesque experience by award-winning performers who are set to heat up the evening with this special show. Sit back and journey back to a simpler time when showgirls reigned supreme.
The Troupe boasts international award-winning Burlesque Performers who have traverse the globe honing their craft while immersing themselves in all things vintage. This burlesque experience is created with high glamour to set your heart ablaze. They are masters of the slow tease and the toast of the Burlesque stage.

Show:  Pink Carousel – Classic Burlesque & Comedy Show

Date:  Friday, June 2
Time:  Doors – 7:00; Show – 8:00
18+ to Attend // 21 to drink with ID
Reserved Seating available for this event – PL1 $30 | PL2 $20
For more information, call 570-420-2808 or visit shermantheater.com

Ace Frehley at Pocono Sherman Theater – Original KISS guitarist and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee performs at the Sherman Theater October 28

Original KISS guitarist and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Ace Frehley will perform classic rock hits at the Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg on Saturday, October 28 at 8:00 PM.
The success of Ace Frehley’s solo career, as both a recording artist and performer, has easily outpaced his former KISS bandmates. His 2014 release Space Invader was the only post KISS solo album to crack the Top 10 on Billboard’s Top 200 albums chart, and his acclaimed 2011 autobiography No Regrets went on to become a New York Times best-seller.
Ace’s current album, Origins II, was released on September 18, 2020 and features guests Robin Zander (Cheap Trick), Lita Ford, Bruce Kulick and John 5. With KISS on their farewell tour, Ace is in the news just about every day – mentioned in every article referencing KISS as the original lead guitarist with most writers commenting that KISS is not the same without Ace. 
Show:  Ace Frehley
Date:  Saturday, October 28
Time:  Doors – 7:00; Show – 8:00
For more information, call 570-420-2808 or visit shermantheater.com.

Cinderella’s Tom Keifer Band, Winger and John Corabi head to Poconos: Penn’s Peak July 6

Cinderella’s Tom Keifer Band, Winger and John Corabi head to Poconos: Penn’s Peak July 6 2023 at 8pm. 

2023 will mark #keiferband’s ten year anniversary. The band will be celebrating the milestone this year on their “LIVE LOUD TOUR” with plenty of high energy, eardrum-shattering shows combining all the classic, chart topping hits of Cinderella with new faves from #keiferband releases.

Tom Keifer remains a resilient, relevant figure in the rock world through constant reimagination and renewal.

His story begins as the singer-songwriter, guitarist and front man of hard rock heavyweights Cinderella.

His signature voice and guitar, and bluesy, no-BS arena-shaking songwriting, were integral in moving 15 million records worldwide. Over the past decade, Keifer transitioned his talents to a solo career, enjoying continued success recording and touring with #keiferband. #keiferband is Tom Keifer, Savannah Keifer, Tony Higbee, Billy Mercer, Jarred Pope, Kory Myers, Tanya Davis. Two critically-acclaimed albums have been released to date: THE WAY LIFE GOES (2013) and RISE (2019).

2023 will mark #keiferband’s ten year anniversary. The band will be celebrating the milestone this year on their “LIVE LOUD TOUR” with plenty of high energy, eardrum-shattering shows combining all the classic, chart topping hits of Cinderella with new faves from #keiferband releases.


“Winger’s musical pedigree was practically unmatched in 80’s metal…the band crafted a debut album that combined hard-pop melodies with plenty of proggy, technically dazzling instrumental work” – Rolling Stone Magazine One of the most misunderstood Hard Rock bands to emerge from the late 1980’s are back with their Billboard Top 100 album “Better Days Comin'”.

From the opening riff of album opener “Midnight Driver Of A Love Machine” to the final outro lick of “Out Of This World”, it is clear Winger is back and better than ever. Hard rocking songs like “Queen Babylon”, adrenaline fueled rocker “Rat Race”, the inspired progressive rock of “Tin Soldier”, and touching ballad “Ever Wonder” display the band’s diversity whilst always centering on great songs.

Comprised of original members Kip Winger on vocals/bass, Reb Beach on guitar, Rod Morgenstein on drums, plus long-term guitarist John Roth, Winger’s latest album and worldwide tour schedule showcases the band firing on all cylinders.

“Stone Cold Killer sounds like the day’s first big moment. Headed For A Heartbreak feels even bigger” – Metal Hammer Magazine

“A hard-hitting album…Winger’s blood is still pumping…so are the tunes” – Kerrang Magazine! Formed in 1987, Winger soared to immediate success with their 1988 self-titled release. The album spawned the hit singles “Seventeen” and “Headed For A Heartbreak” and achieved platinum sales status. Winger also stayed on the Billboard Top 200 chart for over 60 weeks where it peaked at #21. Their next album, “In The Heart Of The Young”, also achieved platinum status and contained the singles “Can’t Get Enuff” and “Miles Away”. The change in musical climate of the mid-90’s, compounded with unprovoked ridicule on MTV’s popular Beavis and Butthead, led the band to go on hiatus in 1994 following the release of their critically acclaimed third album “Pull”. In 2001, the band reunited and have not looked back since.

Winger continues to make a name for themselves with relentless touring, and recent studio albums “IV”, “Karma” and “Better Days Comin’” shows the band on top of their game, winning back fans and critics alike because of their exceptional musicianship, Kip Winger’s powerful vocals, and the band’s incredible songwriting. Winger’s resurgence in popularity has seen the hard rock four-piece break back into Billboard’s Top 100 and in 2016 Grammy nominee Kip Winger hit #1 on Billboard and iTunes charts with his debut classical music album “Conversations with Nijinsky”.
“This is a band who refuse to merely glide on past glories…Winger push their own boundaries” – Classic Rock Magazine

John Corabi

Journeyman vocalist John Corabi had already been cutting his teeth in the hard rock world for nearly a decade when he landed the high-profile gig of replacing Mötley Crüe frontman Vince Neil in 1992. Although his tenure with the group proved to be a brief one, Corabi earned a reputation as a go-to frontman and collaborator, amassing a solid résumé as a singer and guitarist with acts like The Eric Singer Project (ESP), Union, and The Dead Daisies.

Born on April 26, 1959, in Philadelphia, Corabi, like many musicians from his generation, was drawn into music by seeing The Beatles on television as a child. After graduating high school, Corabi worked various odd jobs while singing lead for his band, Angora. A visit to Los Angeles during the height of the ’80’s metal scene convinced him to relocate there in 1986, and soon Angora had joined him. The band managed to attract a following but, aside from some interest from Gene Simmons, internal dissension wrecked the group before it could land a recording deal. With guitarist Bruce Bouillet and bass player John Alderete, both from the recently defunct Racer X, Corabi formed The Scream in 1989. They released Let It Scream through Hollywood Records two years later and managed to garner airplay on rock radio with the track “Man in the Moon.”

In early 1992, Corabi accepted an invitation to replace the fired Vince Neil in the platinum-selling Mötley Crüe. With Corabi on vocals, Mötley Crüe released the eagerly awaited follow-up to their career-making Dr. Feelgood; however, in the wake of grunge and with Corabi not embraced by the band’s faithful, Mötley Crüe was an unmitigated bust despite a Top Ten placement on the album charts. When Neil returned to the fold, Corabi was left on his own and formed the band Union with ex- Kiss guitarist Bruce Kulick. Although not a major commercial success, the pedigrees of the band’s members ensured a following in the hard rock world, and their self-titled 1998 release did well with its limited audience. Corabi would unite with drummer Eric Singer (Kiss) and guitarist Karl Cochran (Kiss, Ace Frehley) to release an eponymous album under the moniker ESP in 1999 and would also tour with an incarnation of Ratt in the following years. After two more outings with Union, he joined with Ratt drummer Bobby Blotzer to form the short-lived project Twenty 4 Seven, which released one album in 2002.

Throughout the remainder of the decade, Corabi largely split his time between playing with Ratt, Union, and ESP, releasing live albums with the latter two in 2005 and 2007, respectively. Corabi made his solo recording debut in 2012 with the acoustic set Unplugged. In 2015, he joined Australian musician David Lowy’s hard rock supergroup, The Dead Daisies, as lead vocalist, recording their second album, Revolución. Following several tours supporting Kiss throughout Europe and Australia, the band followed up with 2016’s Make Some Noise, which made a strong showing globally and reached number 11 in the U.S. on Billboard’s Top Hard Rock Albums chart. Corabi’s career renaissance continued as The Dead Daisies remained highly visible, turning out a 2017 concert set, Live & Louder, and a studio follow-up, Burn It Down, a year later.

On August 30th, Corabi will be releasing his brand new single “Cosi Bella,” produced and co-written with Marti Frederiksen (Aerosmith, Ozzy Osbourne). “Cosi Bella” is the first of several new singles coming.

Tickets on sale Friday, March 3rd  at 10:00AM at all Ticketmaster outlets, the Penn’s Peak Box Office and Roadies Restaurant and Bar.  Penn’s Peak Box Office and Roadies Restaurant ticket sales are walk-up only, no phone orders.

General Admission

Advance: $40.00

Day of Show: $45.00

About Penn’s Peak

Penn’s Peak, a beautiful mountaintop entertainment venue located in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, can comfortably host 1,800 concertgoers.  Enjoy a spacious dance floor, lofty ceilings, concert bar/concession area and a full service restaurant and bar aptly named Roadie’s. Complete with a broad open-air deck for summertime revelry, Penn’s Peak patrons enjoy a breathtaking overlook of nearby Beltzville Lake, plus a commanding, picturesque 50-mile panoramic view of northeastern Pennsylvania’s Appalachian Mountains. Choose Penn’s Peak for your next wedding, banquet or special event and treat your guests to an event truly “Above the Rest”.

Geographically convenient to residents of major population zones in Hazleton, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Stroudsburg, the Lehigh Valley, Philadelphia and New York City, Penn’s Peak is an ideal location for any event.  It is located only four miles from Exit 74 of the northeast extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. 

For more information on Penn’s Peak, go to www.pennspeak.com or call 866-605-7325.

RAEL: A Peter Gabriel Experience performs their ‘Music Box’ at Sherman Theater on March 24

RAEL: A Peter Gabriel Experience performs their ‘Music Box’ at Sherman Theater on March 24

The band RAEL will share their “Musical Box” of songs at the Sherman Theater at 524 Main Street, Stroudsburg, on March 24, playing the music of Peter Gabriel and early era Genesis.
RAEL is a New York and Northern New Jersey-based tribute band that captures the energy and originality of the 1970s live stage performances of Peter Gabriel and Genesis.

RAEL pays homage to the most groundbreaking and influential band in the progressive rock genre by incorporating the musical excellence, lyrical storytelling, and theatricality that brought Genesis to a position of prominence in the rock world.

RAEL brings older listeners back to the day, while introducing progressive rock newcomers to the sights and sounds right along with other legendary bands such as Pink Floyd, Moody Blues, Yes, Rush and King Crimson.

RAEL is focused on faithfully reproducing full album versions from the Peter Gabriel days of Genesis. Performances include tracks from Nursery Cryme, Foxtrot, Selling England by the Pound, The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway and A Trick of the Tail along with solo Peter Gabriel hits.

The members of RAEL are Lloyd Gold providing lead vocals and flute, Mike Blemonte on bass, Paul Sheehan on drums, Michael Labuono on keyboards, and Sal Locascio on guitar.

Show: RAEL: A Peter Gabriel Experience

Date: March 24, 2023

Time: Doors at 7:00 PM, Show at 8:00 PM

Tickets available online through poconofest.org, shermantheater.com or at the Sherman Theater Box Office (570) 420-2808.

The Sherman Theater is Monroe County’s only nationally ranked, non-profit theater and performing arts center.  Located in downtown Stroudsburg, PA, the Sherman Theater has proudly served the Pocono region for 90 years.  The Theater and Performing Arts Center is committed to strengthening the community by producing culturally-diverse, nationally-known professional acts and festivals at the theater and at satellite locations throughout Monroe County for people of all ages, by providing an opportunity for local artists to perform, and by creating economic development in the region.

The Sherman Theater projects and events attract over 100,000 visitors to the Pocono Region annually.

For more information call 570-420-2808 or visit www.shermantheater.com.

Haunted Poconos Park Set for Halloween Scares Oct 28-29

Haunted Poconos Park is set to scare Lehigh Valley families this Halloween – one weekend only – Fri Oct 28 – Sat Oct 29.

After 14 years in operation at Lehman Park, the annual Halloween-themed, family-friendly event Lehman Haunted Park, which draws approximately 10,000 visitors per year, is expanding and relocating to POCONOS PARK (located at 265 Tom Ridge Drive, Bushkill, PA in the Lehman Township, just 2 miles North of Bushkill Falls).

Halloween is “creeping up,” so, unless you’re scared, be sure to order your tickets today at HauntedPoconosPark.com.

Haunted Poconos Park is set to scare Lehigh Valley families this Halloween - one weekend only - Fri Oct 28 - Sat Oct 29.

Haunted Poconos Park is set to scare Lehigh Valley families this Halloween – one weekend only – Fri Oct 28 – Sat Oct 29.

HAUNTED POCONOS PARK is open for ONE WEEKEND ONLY (Friday, October 28 – Saturday, October 29) and will offer different “scare-level” experiences based upon age:

KID’S TRICK OR TREAT TRAIL, 4 – 7 P.M.— (Children Ages 12 & Under):
Prior to sunset, children will be sent along a fright-free, wooded trail to gather candy treats, participate in interactive games, and meet a host of kid-friendly characters—with plenty of photo opportunity stations for parents along the way. Cost is $5 per child with an accompanying adult. 

PLAYHOUSE OF HORROR, 6 – 10 P.M.— (Ages 13+):
Beginning at twilight, our “braver” and older guests can explore the more eerie dwellings of an authentic haunted house. Meet POCONOS PARK’s playful specters, murderous villains, and ghoulish monsters. Take in our wonderful macabre displays and get a few jump-scares along the way. (Note: ONLY those in line before 10 P.M. will be admitted. Children aged 12 and under MUST be accompanied by an adult)  Early Bird Cost is $19.99 plus fees, Week Of Cost is $24.99 plus fees, and Day Of Cost is $29.99 plus fees. Grab a Skip The Line admission for only $39.99.

BLACK LAGOON BANQUET, 5 – 8 P.M.—(All Ages):
Say “Bone-Appetit!” as we serve no tricks, just treats, at this otherworldly upscale dinner buffet. Enjoy delicious culinary treats and only the finest, delightful “spirits” curated especially for you by Event Hospitality Solutions. This family-friendly dinner will be served with paired wine from Blue Ridge Winery and distinguished ghostly guests. Tickets are LIMITED at $59.99 per guest (plus fees) and include “skip the line” admission to the Playhouse of Horror, access to the buffet, and one alcoholic or non-alcoholic drink per person. (Note: Additional alcoholic beverages cost extra.)

“SCREAM! AT THE LAKE” 90’s Throwback Dance Party, Friday, Oct. 28,  9 P.M. – 1.A.M. (21+):
Calling all ghosts and ghouls to scream with delight as we turn off the lights and on the 90s tunes! Join us down at the Lake House to enjoy some scary libations at the Bloody Bar and graze on some skull candy (aka yummy bar food). Dress to kill, as we’ll be giving away prizes for the most spine-chilling, the most scandalous, and the most striking costumes!  (Must show valid ID to enter) Tickets are LIMITED at $49.99 per guest (plus fees), and includes “skip the line” admission to the Playhouse of Horror.

“CURSED CAMPGROUND” Electronic Music Dance Party, Saturday, Oct. 29, 9 P.M. – 1.A.M. (21+):
After you’ve had your pants scared off inside the Playhouse of Horror,  join us at the Cursed Campground at the Lake House! If you dare to venture through the cursed trails of this abandoned summer camp, you will reach the most electrifying dance party in the Poconos! Costumes are encouraged, as prizes will be given away for various spooky categories. (Must show valid ID to enter) Tickets are LIMITED at $49.99 per guest and include “skip the line” admission to the Playhouse of Horror.

Haunted Poconos Park is set to scare Lehigh Valley families this Halloween - one weekend only - Fri Oct 28 - Sat Oct 29.

Haunted Poconos Park is set to scare Lehigh Valley families this Halloween – one weekend only – Fri Oct 28 – Sat Oct 29.



Guests can also enjoy additional activities, such as a Haunted Hayride and Fire Pits with S’mores Stations, or wander through the PUMPKIN PATCH to select the perfect pumpkin to decorate at the Pumpkin Painting & Carving Stations. Also, bring your appetite—there will be plenty of Food Vendors and treats from Event Hospitality Solutions to enjoy!!

“We are so pleased to partner with POCONOS PARK to expand Lehman’s traditional haunted park and meet the rising demand for this popular event,” stated Rob Rohner, Chairman/Secretary Treasurer at Lehman Township Municipal. “It is wonderful to see the growth of this event and the community come and celebrate fall in such a fun and unique way.”

“We are so excited to be a part of this well-established and well-loved event,”stated John M. Oakes, CEO of From the Roots, the real estate and venue management company that operates POCONOS PARK. “We look forward to making HAUNTED POCONOS PARK a must-do Halloween event for everyone in the community to enjoy for years to come!”

POCONOS PARK™, located only 18 miles north of Stroudsburg in the Bushkill Falls region near Delaware Water Gap National Park, will operate as a boutique festival site and play host to world-class tours and productions, as well as special events. The complex includes two sizable venues: the Amphitheater at Poconos Park and the Lake House Theater. The amphitheater is a 10,000+-capacity, open-air venue with thousands of seats near the stage and a beautiful grass lawn for thousands more to enjoy entertainment in the great outdoors. The amphitheater can also be converted to a 2,600- capacity, fully-enclosed venue for year-round performances. The Lake House Theater at Poconos Park, is a 10,000-square-foot banquet hall, located on a scenic 90-acre lake. The theater can seat up to 400 people for private events such as banquets, corporate retreats, weddings, etc., and serve as a facility for first-class VIP experiences for concerts, festivals, and other large events. For general information, or to inquire about holding your next event at POCONOS PARK, please visit poconospark.com.

Lehigh Valley’s Top Halloween Events in 2022 (Updated)

October is here!  Time for Lehigh Valley’s Top Halloween Events in 2022

There’s plenty of ways to celebrate the spooky season this year in the Lehigh Valley, from ghost stories and walking tours, to family friendly fun, and of course, some adult-level screams and scares.

We’re listing them all out for you, and updating them as we discover more.

Lehigh Valley's Top Halloween Events in 2022

Lehigh Valley’s Top Halloween Events in 2022

Bethlehem’s Death & Dying Cemetery Tour 

Take a walk – if you dare – on Bethlehem’s historic cemetery tour! 

Your certified, costumed guide will meet you inside the oldest building in Bethlehem, from the 1700s.  Witness death and destruction.  Then escape outdoors to hear the story of the Corpse House and more morbidity. End your tour at the oldest (and some say haunted) cemetery in the city 

More info and tix: https://store.historicbethlehem.org/tickets-donations/


Nazareth’s Spooky Lantern-Led Historic Walking Tour

Head to Nazareth for a Spooky Lantern-Led Tour (October 21-22 & 28-29) which features ghost stories of Nazareth.  Their costume-guided tour provides an overview of the historic city and the spookiest stories about the area.

More info and tix here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spooky-lantern-led-historic-nazareth-walking-tour-tickets-418063317637

Lehigh Valley's Top Halloween Events in 2022

Lehigh Valley’s Top Halloween Events in 2022

Hellertown’s Crystal Cave Ghost Lantern Tours

See Crystal Cave (October 14-15, 21-22 & 28-29) by a different light! 

Experience the spooky, the sinister, the ghostly as this haunted cave.  Their guides, dressed in Victorian clothing, reveal the unexplained and mysterious incidents that have occurred at the caves.

More info and tix here: https://crystalcavepa.com/events/


Downtown Bethlehem’s Historic Haunts of Downtown Bethlehem Ghost Tour

For a night of scares and thrills, take a journey into the past and the paranormal on Moravian Book Shop’s original candle-lit walking tour! 

Learn the legends and lore of over a dozen locations, from ghostly soldiers, to a spirited songstress who continues to entertain. You’ll hear tales of unrequited love, ladies seeking justice, and spooks who have saved the day! 

Tours run weekends throughout October. 

For more information and tix: https://www.painns.com/events/bethlehem-historic-haunts-of-downtown-bethlehem-ghost-tours

Lehigh Valley's Top Halloween Events in 2022

Lehigh Valley’s Top Halloween Events in 2022

Easton’s Ghost Tours

This Halloween, things are getting Eerie in Easton!

Take a tour about murder, mischief, and misadventure in the Downtown Easton Historic District.

From a mobster’s murder to the witches of Hexenkopf Hill, Easton’s history is filled with dark tales of suspicious disappearances, strange coincidences (or are they?), and disastrous journeys.

This year’s tour features four new locations, as well as the return of six of their most popular stories. 

For more information and tix: https://sigalmuseum.org/event/eerie-easton-walking-tours/

Easton’s Haunted Hugh Moore Park 

Running October 20, 21, 27, 28

​​Enjoy an evening of spookery in the park.  

A special Halloween ride on the Josiah White II canal boat, a ghost walk to the locktender’s house, ghost stories, hay ride and lots of fun activities and snacks.  

For more information and tix: https://canals.org/events/haunted-hugh-moore-park


Dorney Park’s Great Pumpkin Fest

All fun and no fear for your family 

Great Pumpkin Fest offers one-of-a-kind Halloween events for kids throughout the park! Located in Wildwater Kingdom, you’ll find family-friendly activities, games, play zones, costume contests, dance parties and more! Around every hay bale you can catch toe-tapping, live entertainment and grab a comfy seat to just kick back and take it all in.

Activities include: Daisy Hill Tractor Stomp, Charlie Brown’s Craft Corner, Peanuts character meet and greet.

For more information and tix: https://www.dorneypark.com/events/great-pumpkin-fest


Dorney Park’s Halloween Haunt is back! 

Be scared and hold on tight.  Hundreds of terrifying ghouls and ghosts soar into the park, all ready to turn your nightmares into reality.

Haunted mazes, scare zones, and live entertainment bring your blood to a boil at this not-for-kids event.

More info here: https://lehighvalley.flavrreport.com/dorney-park-halloween-haunt-sept-16-oct-29/


Hersheypark is preparing for A Spooky Season this year

Hersheypark’s  “Dark Nights” will feature both scare zones and full haunted house experiences.

The event will include midways that transform from enchanting to unnerving with three Scare Zones, eerie to intense, included with a general admission ticket to Hersheypark Halloween.

Also included in Dark Nights are four horrifying haunted houses.

Besides the new haunted experiences, Hersheypark has extended its Halloween season to include seven weekends, starting on Sept. 17 and running until Oct. 30.

More info here; https://lehighvalley.flavrreport.com/hersheypark-anncs-new-2022-halloween-experiences/


Lehigh Valley Zoo’s Boo at the Zoo

Boo at the Zoo is a three weekend event!

October 15, 16, 22, 23, 29 & 30

Trick-or-treat each day from 10AM-3:30PM at candy & treat stations throughout the Zoo! 

Enjoy music and dancing with DJ Ray from Fling-a-Things from 12-2PM on the final weekend, October 29 and 30! 

Plenty of themed crafts and activities plus pumpkin patch and more!

More information here: https://www.lvzoo.org/boo/


In Easton Crayola’s Screamin’ Green Hauntoween

This event is CHALK-full of spooky happenings: a themed scavenger hunt, spook-tastic crafts, character photo ops, and more! 

All included with admission. Have a Screamin’ Green good time while exploring Crayola’s 29 creative attractions. Plus every weekend they host trick-or-treating.

September 24th-October 31st!

For more information: https://www.crayolaexperience.com/easton/things-to-do/screamin-green-hauntoween


Pocono’s Electrifying Jack O’ Lantern experience

This spooky season come out and experience the area’s coolest, most unique Halloween event. 

Created for kids of all ages, this walk-through Jack O’ Lantern experience is sure to become a family tradition. 

A family friendly walk through experience on the grounds of The West End fairgrounds, featuring thousands of hand-carved pumpkins displayed in a creative and artistic exhibit. 

There’s nothing “scary” about it.  Very family-friendly.

The average walk time to walk through is about 45 minutes, but you can take as long as you’d like – it’s ideal for the ‘gram, to stop and take pictures.

Warning: Tickets must be pre-purchased online. All tickets have a timed reservation entrance time, and no one will be admitted without a pre-purchased ticket. Children two and under are free.

For more information and tix: https://www.poconomountains.com/event/the-electrifying-jack-o-lantern-experience/20752/ 

Museum Must-Sees in the Poconos

Poconos has history and culture; and what a great way to explore both by visiting these museums.

Old Jail Museum

Located in Jim Thorpe, the amazing museum is a bucket list item for sure.

The coal mining history of the Poconos and the painful story of coal miners who were given death sentences will raise your eyebrows. The 7 coal miners were collectively known as Molly Maguires who were hanged to death in 1877.

Cold hallways. Strange handprints on the walls.  All reminders to visitors of the pain of the prisoners.

Love mysterious places?  It’s a must visit during your trip to the Poconos.

Antoine Dutot Museum & Gallery

Curious about the early education system of America?

Antoine Dutot Museum & Gallery is perfect to witness a school made of bricks, an old classroom and a vintage bell that looks just like a liberty bell. The former art school was later converted into a museum.

It was named after the great Antoine Dutot who discovered the town Dutotsville later renamed Delaware Water Gap. Their gallery exhibits old rifles, documents and rare art pieces.


Shop Lancaster, the Antiques Capital of the U.S. a treasure trove for those who love vintage furniture, decor and other wares from a time gone by.

Pocono Indian Museum

Pocono Indian Museum is a quaint yet intriguing visit in Poconos.

The main theme of Delaware Indians exhibits amazing artefacts, tools and weapons from the Delaware Indian era. Delaware Indians were the first people to come into contact with Europeans. The greatest peacemakers of their time and hence honored with the title “Grandfather” by the tribes.

See close-up views of Pottery, American jewellery, gifts, pottery, moccasins and shirts.

Asa Packer Mansion Museum

Asa packer mansion was the residence of Asa Packer.

Asa Packer the famed humanitarian, founder of Lehigh University and railroad magnate. This 3 story mansion with 18 rooms and a large living area is one of the legacies left behind by the local legend. The mansion was opened to the public in 1956 and has since become national importance.

Daughter Mary Packer, a doting daughter of Asa Packer led transforming the home into a memorial to her father.

Mauch Chunk Museum

Learn how Mauch chunk flourished with the coal age and declined afterwards before being renamed Jim Thorpe.

The museum shows beautiful artefacts through all the stages of development in Mauch Chunk. Showcasing victorian era through every corner of the museum.

The museum is a 2 story building. It has a museum on the first floor whereas the second floor has a magnificent ballroom which can be rented for corporate events, wedding receptions and museum events.

Poconos museums are a fun family visit.


Poconos’ Mountain Spring Lake Resort Delights with Cottages and Cabins

Poconos’ Mountain Spring Lake Resort Delights with Cottages and Cabins

This beautiful resort is a famous event and wedding location, but it’s also an excellent spot for a romantic weekend retreat for two. There are splendid cottage and cabin rentals available. Guests will have access to a substantial calm land and a fantastic private mile-long lake when they stay here. In the summertime, they can enjoy a walk around it or ride in a rowboat for an exceptional experience.

  • Location: 1246 Mountain Springs Drive, Stroudsburg, PA 18360, United States of America.
  • Cost: $471 per night for two adults in a king suite.

Wedding Packages

The Lodge at Mountain Springs Lake Resort is an intimate wedding venue situated amid the splendor of the Pocono Mountains. Whether you prefer a traditional elegant wedding, rustic chic wedding, or a magical romantic wedding, the Lodge is the perfect location to make your wedding dreams come true.

On-site wedding planners will help you choose the perfect all-inclusive mountain wedding package for an unforgettable wedding!

The Lodge stands out as one of the best wedding venues in the Poconos,  due to amazing accommodations and wellthoughtout, all-inclusive wedding packages that make your wedding planning easier and your big day even more special.

Privacy & Exclusivity
They cater to one event at a time, ensuring that your wedding is truly yours.

The exclusive use of The Verandah Reception Room, Historic Inn, Gathering Suite, Cocktail Courtyard & surrounding grounds provide unparalleled privacy for you & your guests throughout your wedding at The Lodge.

Complimentary Pre-Wedding Photo Opportunities
You and your chosen photographer are welcome to our gorgeous 325-acre private estate for unforgettable photo memories. Winding country roads, sun-kissed meadows, lush mountain backdrops, sparkling waters, old-fashioned rowboats, and sandy beaches – the possibilities are endless.

Exceptional Cuisine & Service
The Lodge culinary team has over 60 years of combined experience and will execute your selected menu flawlessly.

Courteous, professional, attentive staff see to each and every detail of your gathering to ensure that your special Poconos wedding day will be unforgettable.

Wedding Planning & Coordinating
Experienced, professional team of planners and coordinators will guide you through every detail for a stress-free wedding day.

When you choose The Lodge at Mountain Springs Lake as your wedding venue, you’ll be able to select from several wedding packages that will make the planning phase of your wedding that much easier and enjoyable.

Pocono’s Cove Haven Couples-Only resort Perfect for pleasure and relaxation

Pocono’s Cove Haven Couples-Only resort Perfect for pleasure and relaxation

As the second-largest lake in the region, it’s hard to believe it’s man-made – but its lakeside pastimes could easily fill a week’s vacation time.

Cove Haven is a couples-only resort in the Poconos.


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It’s located on the coast of Lake Wallenpaupack and is ideal for both pleasure and relaxation. Its spa offers several services, including wraps and massages. Exclusively for couples, a champagne glass whirlpool spa for two was built with Cupid’s Corner for drinks. Moreover, every night, live entertainment is available, alternating from DJs to comedians.

  • Available activities: tennis, horseback riding, golf, speed boat trips, swimming.
  • Location: 194 Lakeview Drive, Lakeville, PA 18438, United States of America.
  • Cost: $279 per night for two adults in the Harbor Tower suite.

Poconos adults only resorts welcome you to relax and renew.

Imagine sinking into a soothing spa bath or curling up, undisturbed, beside a crackling fire. Our adult-only properties provide a range of amenities from the rejuvenating to the romantic.

Whether you’re hitting the town on a girlfriend getaway, hitting the links on a summer golf trip, or rekindling romance on a quiet vacation for two, you’ll find ideal adult-only accommodations below, including adults only all-inclusive resorts, in the Pocono Mountains.

Woodfield Manor Poconos’ Charm and Luxury make for the Perfect Peaceful Getaway

Woodfield Manor Poconos’ Charm and Luxury make for the Perfect Peaceful Getaway

Woodfield Manor Poconos is a small resort ideal for couples looking to escape the crowds and stress of everyday life.

Experience an unforgettable escape in the heart of the Pocono Mountains at our all suite hotel nestled in Swiftwater, Pennsylvania.

Take pleasure in a serene stay in one of our elegant cottages or suites complete with seating rooms, flat screen TVs, and kitchenettes.

After an invigorating day of outdoor fun no matter what the season, come back to Woodfield and savor a unique and creative cuisine at the on-site restaurant, The Frogtown Chophouse, which is one of the top ranked restaurants in the area.

Several charming cottages, luxurious suites, and cozy apartment-style rooms make up this peaceful getaway surrounded by thick forests. The resort also has barbecues, a restaurant, and two splendid outdoor swimming pools (one dedicated only to children, leaving the other in a more serene setting).

  • Location: 472 Red Rock Road, Cresco, PA 18326, United States of America.
  • Cost: $210 per night for two adults in a king suite.
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