Fee:Adult (ages 12-61) $55.00; Senior (ages 62+) $50.00; Youth (ages 3-11) $33.00; Child (ages 2 and under) $1.00
Dates & Times
Type of Event
Train ride will last approximately 3 hours; departing Steamtown at 9 a.m. and arriving to Delaware Water Gap at 12 p.m. There will be a 3-hour layover at the Delaware Water Gap Station to allow folks time to explore the village. Returning train ride will last approximately 3 hours; departing Delaware Water Gap at 3 p.m. and arriving to Steamtown at 6 p.m.
Join us for the annual Delaware Water Gap Founder's Day celebration! Visitors will be transported by bus to the event to enjoy arts, crafts, music, and other activities. Visitors will have approximately 3 hours on-site to be able to enjoy activities being offered.
Delaware Water Gap Station Description and Details:
History: The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railway (DL&W) first arrived at the Delaware River in 1856 with a train to New York City. The terrain from Scranton had been mountainous and isolated; the route traced the course of major streams, crossed the Lehigh's headwater at Gouldsboro, and bisected Pocono Summit Lake on DL&W's land bridge.
Amenities: There are limited amenities at the station itself; grilled food and cold beverages will be available for purchase. There will also be bus transportation into town where visitors can enjoy local vendors and restaurants.