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Pocono Snake and Animal Farm - A perfect "starter zoo" for the little ones, who can bottle-feed the deer, goats, and pot bellied pigs, or feed the monkeys and pet the rabbits, all in an area they can visit within an hour's time.

Carousel Water & Fun Park - A family amusement park offering water slides, bumper boats, go-karts, mini-golf, batting cages, kiddie kars, a game room and lots more.

Costa's Family Fun Park - Offers bumper boats, go karts, miniature golf, water slides, laser tag, a golf driving range, batting cages, video games, dining and more.

Everhart Museum - Founded by Dr. Isaiah Fawkes Everhart in 1908. Dr. Everhart held a fond interest in natural history and conceived the idea of assembling a comprehensive collection of Pennsylvania's native birds and animals. A skilled taxidermist, he started a collection of mounted specimens which soon expanded into one of the finest and largest collections in the United States.

F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts - Presents the best of the performing arts and entertainment in northeast Pennsylvania. Famous musicians, comedians, and more come to perform here.

Pocono Environmental Education Center - This center has the distinction of being one of the largest and longest running residential environmental education centers in the northeastern United States.

S&S Speedways - Indoor go-kart racing at its best. Come zip around the track against your family and friends. Video games, pool table, air hockey, and snack bar available.

Bushkill Falls - The "Niagara of Pennsylvania", Bushkill Falls is among the Keystone State's most famous scenic attractions. This unique series of eight waterfalls, nestled deep in the wooded Pocono Mountains, is accessible through an excellent network of hiking trails and bridges which afford fabulous views of the falls and the surrounding forest.

Lackawanna Heritage Valley - Tells the story behind the difficult lives of mineworkers and their families, fourteen levels of mine tunnels, thousands of miles of railroad tracks, hundreds of industrial sites, distinctive architecture, and countless ethnic communities, organizations and institutions that remain from the anthracite time.

Adventure Sports - Specializing in river trips through the spectacular Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area located in the Pocono Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania. The crystal clear water and many islands and beaches offer unlimited opportunities for swimming, snorkeling, fishing, hiking and picnicking.

Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark - Features a total of eight waterslides, from small slides, all the way up to the Ultimate Waterslide! So the whole family can have a great time! Camelbeach also includes The Titan which is still the world's largest slide of its kind!

Claws 'N' Paws Wild Animal Park - A "Zoo-in-the-Woods" where natural trails wander beneath the evergreens. Animals are in large naturalistic enclosures some of which have a glass-fronted section where you can get nose-to-nose, so to speak, with wild and beautiful creatures such as white tiger, wolf, bear, and snow leopard.

Antoine Dutot Museum and Gallery - This museum is in the town's original school (circa 1860). It features art exhibits presented in showcases throughout the year (with an opening-night reception). Upstairs is an exhibit of artifacts from the town's history back to its beginning in 1793. It also presents an audiovisual show of the development of the Gap from its earliest history to the present.

Harry Houdini Museum - Houdini Tours and magic shows are great fun for the family. The Houdini Museum has been called one of the most unique museums and attractions in the world. The show also includes two of the best, nationally known magicians, Dorothy Dietrich and John Bravo.

Lahey Family Fun Park - Offers numerous activities, perfect for groups of all ages and sizes. Bringing your family to Lahey Family Fun Park ensures that everyone will have a great time!

Ritz Company Playhouse - A local Theater for the performing arts. The playhouse puts on six productions per season for audiences that come from near and far.

Old Jail Museum - Wander the Old Jail's cold hallways, past Cell 17 with its mysterious handprint on the wall, under the gallows on which seven of the accused Molly Maguires were put to death, and down into the eerie dungeon.

Wallenpaupack Scenic Boat Tour - Sit back and relax on a 28-foot or 32-foot patio boats. Enjoy a breath-taking hour-long cruise on beautiful Lake Wallenpaupack as your tour guide describes the area and the history behind this charming lake region.