• National Heritage Area

    Delaware & Lehigh

    National Heritage Corridor Pennsylvania


Getting There


We are an hour north of the Philadelphia airport. You can land in a Corridor airport by booking a flight into the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport or the Lehigh Valley International Airport.

One (ten in the future) Landing (VisitorCenter) is currently open, in Easton, Pennsylvania. It is open Tuesday through Sunday, from 10:00 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. Located on the Delaware River, Interstate 78 and 22 pass Easton and Interstate 80 passes through Carbon and Luzerne Counties, an hour to the north of Easton. Interstate 81 intersects Interstate 78 an hour's drive to the west. Call for specific directions. While visiting Two Rivers Landing in Easton, plan to visit the Crayola Factory and the National Canal Museum in the same building.

Public Transportation
Amtrak has two stations within the Corridor, one in Bristol and one in Doylestown. There is bus service from Philadelphia and New York City to various communities throughout the Corridor.

Did You Know?

Scenic vista above the Lehigh Gorge

The 30-mile Lehigh Gorge, cut into the Pocono Plateau by the Lehigh River, has a dramatic landscape of steep slopes covered in hemlock and rhododendron, rocky scarpments and side streams that end in waterfalls.