- TripBuzz found 53 things to do indoors in the Lake Harmony area. From Big Boulder to Penn's Peak, Lake Harmony offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 50 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 45 different types of things to do inside in or near Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Resorts, History Museums, Theaters and Movie Theaters.
- There is 1 indoor activity in Lake Harmony, and 52 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Scranton, Stroudsburg, Wilkes-Barre and Jim Thorpe.
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1340 Alder Street, Scranton, PA MoreLess Info
The Marine Corps League NE Detachment Museum, located in Scranton, Pennsylvania, features over 1,500 artifacts, including dioramas, depicting Marine Corps engagement from the Revolutionary War to now. Entry into the museum is accessed by way of the adjacent Leatherneck Lounge.
The Everhart Museum has an extensive collection of taxidermy birds from the local region. The museum also contains art from 12 African nations, mixed media collages from around the world, American paintings and a large collection of Dorflinger glass.
First opened in 1971, the Frank Frazetta Museum displays many original art pieces created by the owner. This quaint museum is nestled into the woods and sits next to a small pond surrounded by a few unique statues.
With 34 lanes to choose from, South Side Bowl, Inc. hosts leagues, tournaments, and open bowling sessions. Bumper bowling can be enabled for all lanes. In addition to bowling, the facility has a pub, snack bar, and pro-shop.
A small town within a city, the University of Scranton is a refreshingly slower paced school in the heart of busy Scranton. Students appreciate the ever improving facilities, nightlife, and safe environment that the university provides.
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195 Hanover St., Scranton, PA MoreLess Info
The Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic presents the patrons of Scranton, and all those who visit, with a quality entertainment experience. The centers mission is to educate those who experience a show with the highest level of artistic excellence that will enrich and engage.
83% 671 votes
4 Lackawanna Ave, Scranton, PA 18503 MoreLess Info
At the Steamtown National Historic Site, visitors can ask questions at the Visitor Center, watch an 18-minute documentary of steam trains in the Theater, visit the Technology Museum and walk along a time line of steam trains at the History Museum. Visitors can also take train rides.
84% 116 votes
Steamtown National Historic Site, Scranton, PA MoreLess Info
Scranton was the first Pennsylvania city to have trolleys, and The Electric City Trolley Station and Museum offers photographs and other memorabilia from the trolleys. Visitors can take a trolley ride through the Crown Avenue Tunnel, one of the longest interurban tunnels ever built.