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Lackawanna County Convention & Visitor's Bureau

Lackawanna County Visitors Bureau
99 Glenmaura National Boulevard

Moosic, Pennsylvania 18507

14000Largest Group
400Meeting Rooms
1500Overnight Guests
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  • Scranton - The Electric CityScranton - The Electric City
          
  • The Pavilion at MontageThe Pavilion at Montage
          
  • The Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic TempleThe Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple
          
  • Steamtown National Historic SiteSteamtown National Historic Site
          
  • The Historical Iron FurnacesThe Historical Iron Furnaces
          
  • AFA Art GalleryAFA Art Gallery
          
  • PNC Field- Home to the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailridersPNC Field- Home to the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Railriders
          
  • Radisson Lackawanna Station HotelRadisson Lackawanna Station Hotel
          
  • The Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation SocietyThe Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society
          
  • Hilton Scranton & Conference CenterHilton Scranton & Conference Center
          
  • Hilton Scranton & Conference CenterHilton Scranton & Conference Center
          
  • Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science, and ArtEverhart Museum of Natural History, Science, and Art
          
  • Montage Mountain ResortsMontage Mountain Resorts
          
  • Hampton Inn & Suites Montage MountainHampton Inn & Suites Montage Mountain
          
  • Wood WineryWood Winery
          
  • Radisson Lackawanna Station HotelRadisson Lackawanna Station Hotel
          
  • Lackawanna County Coal Mine TourLackawanna County Coal Mine Tour
          
  • Montage Mountain ResortsMontage Mountain Resorts
          
  • Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science, and ArtEverhart Museum of Natural History, Science, and Art
          
  • Montage Mountain ResortsMontage Mountain Resorts
          
  • Revello's Restaurant - Old Forge PizzaRevello's Restaurant - Old Forge Pizza
          
  • Lackawanna State ParkLackawanna State Park
          
  • Steamtown National Historic SiteSteamtown National Historic Site
          
  • Outdoor Dining in Old ForgeOutdoor Dining in Old Forge
          
  • Lackawanna River Heritage TrailLackawanna River Heritage Trail
          
  • Nay Aug Park GorgeNay Aug Park Gorge
          
  • Scranton Culutural Center at the Masonic TempleScranton Culutural Center at the Masonic Temple
          
  • Lackawanna State ParkLackawanna State Park
          
  • McDade ParkMcDade Park
          
  • Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic TempleScranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple
          
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  • Event Spaces
  • Accommodations
  • Catering
  • Dining
  • Services
  • Area Attractions
Lackawanna County in Northeast Pennsylvania is a four seasons destination that incorporates its historical and entertainment venues into unique and creative meeting or event spaces. The Lackawanna County Visitors Bureau is here to assist you in planning a fully customizable event with personlized service and an abundance of resources.
Public Transportation Options:
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Bus
Lyft
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Room Type(s):
Bed & Breakfasts & Country Inns, Cottages & Campgrounds, Limited & Full-Service Hotels
Largest Group:
14000
Number of Meeting & Event Rooms:
400
Number of Overnight Guests:
1500
Phone:
570.468.8625
Ideally suited for:
Corporate Social Events
Expo/Competitions
Leisure travel
Meetings/Conferences/Trainings
Outdoor Event Space
Reunions
Social/Special events
Wedding Ceremonies
Wedding Receptions
Youth Event/Meetings/Camps




Event Spaces

Meeting RoomDescriptionsSquare Footage
Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple Designed and built by the same architect as Radio City Music Hall and Rockefeller Center, the Scranton Culutral Center is an architectural gem in Scranton. The building is three times the size of the White House which means it can host many events at one time. Meetings and events can take place in the theatre, the ballroom/backstage, the Casey Libray, and the Women's Auxiliary Room.

40,357
Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel Originally the Lackawanna Train Station, this hotel restored the building to its original glamour with the original marble walls and floors, scratches on the walls from the trains, and newly renovated rooms keeping with the theme of the grand lobby. With the additon of 2 ballrooms and meeting spaces added, the Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel is unique to our history and for your next meeting or event.

23,989
AFA Art Gallery Located in the heart of Downtown Scranton, AFA Art Gallery provides a unique space for meetings on their 2nd floor. Host a meeting or event sparking creativity in your group by surrounding them with artwork by local artists. 

1,860
Electric City Escape The perfect place to host a small group meeting that ties into a teambuilding exercise. After cracking the tough decisions for your company, take your team into one of the escape rooms with theme designs based on Scranton folklore and history. 

500
Everhart Museum One of the oldest museums in the state of Pennsylvania, the Everhart Museum focuses on natural history, science and art. Groups can host events and meetings within certain exhibit rooms of the museum. The museum also hosts unique events such as Midnight at the Museum which features cocktails, hor d'oeuvres, and private tours of the museum and their archives. 

Lackawanna Historical Society Established in a historic home of Scranton called the Catlin House, the Lackawanna Historical Society offers meeting space in what was once the formal Dining Room, the Central Hall, and the Den. Groups can also see if they have roots tied to Scranton and get a private tour of the home/museum. 

1,370
Montage Mountain Ski & Waterpark Resort With so much space on the mountain, this venue can be completely transformed to custmoize an event. Multiple spaces offer breakout rooms or availability for different events to be taking place at the same time. The venue will also work in lift tickets or waterpark tickets to your package during their season openings. 

8700 + outdoor accommodations - tenting available
Anthracite Heritage Museum Groups can book an event or meeting in this museum's function space featuring a small stage, space for tables, and AV equipment or they can get creative and host an event within the museum and among the exhibits. With a focus on heritage brought to Lackawanna County from the immigrants that ventured to the area for work in the coal mines, the Anthracite Heritage Museum features exhibits that showcase the cultures and traditions that came to be. 

5,000
PNC Field After a $10 million renovation, the newly designed AAA Yankee Affiliate team, the Scranton Wilkes-Barre Railriders have a new home for baseball games. The renovation also benefits groups looking to host a corporate meeting or events. Multiple VIP rooms create breakout spaces while the Clubhouse offers a larger space for the entire group. 

Steamtown National Historic Site This park is a great place to create a unique event. With restored trains surrounding your group, it will surely be an unforgettable event or meeting that will spark creativity. 

Depends on the space available.
Electric City Trolley Museum A great event location that can be held inside or out. The back exhibit space can be altered to fit a large group event with trolley displays as a back drop. 

Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society Catered events are held throughout the Spring, Summer, and Fall seasons. Groups can book a private dinner or meeting event on a restored dining train car that truly offers class and uniqueness! 

Dependent on train car
Pavilion at Montage Mountain Find a theme for your next large event to host on the main stage at the Pavilion at Montage! This concert venue offers plenty of options for a private event including multiple stage locations, deck parties, and dinners on the main stage.

The Historic Iron Furnaces Customize your event with these stone structures set perfectly next to the Lackawanna River. A beautiful grassy location offers a peaceful setting while the pavilion offers cover if raining. 

University of Scranton Located in downtown Scranton, the University offers multiple meeting and events spaces while also being close to major attractions, restaurants, and shopping. 

McIlhenny Ballroom - Multi-purpose, sub-dividable ballroom at 5,500 sq. ft.
DeNaples Center Room 404 - Perfect location for your conference headquarters
DeNaples Center Room 405 - Meeting/Dining Room with fireplace and balcony
DeNaples Center 406 - Perfect breakout room with built-in projector and screen
Houlihan-McLean Center Atrium - 2,606.9 sq. ft.
Brennan Hall Pearn Auditorium - Fully integrated auditorium at 2,295.4 sq. ft.
Brennan Hall Casey Conference Room 502 - 20 seat conference room with built-in technology at 766 sq. ft. 
Brennan Hall The Rose Room - 5th floor Meeting/Dining Room with fabulous views of the city at 2,085.4 sq. ft.
Brennan Hall PNC Bank Board Room 500 - 50 seat Board Room located in the Executive Center at 1,834.5 sq. ft.
Byron Recreation Complex - Air- conditioned building at 1,834.5 sq. ft.
DeNaples Center Ann & Leo Moskovitz Theater 401  

Accommodations

Facility# of Rooms# of BedsRoom TypeBath TypeA/C
Camelot Restaurant and Inn 9 Private yes
The Colonnade 3 Hotel-Like Private yes
Comfort Inn Clarks Summit 66 Hotel Private yes
Comfort Suites Scranton 100 Hotel Private yes
Courtyard by Marriott Scranton Wilkes-Barre 102 Hotel Private yes
Four Points by Sheraton Scranton 135 Hotel Private yes
Hampton Inn Clarks Summit 68 Hotel Private yes
Hampton Inn Scranton at Montage Mountain 129 Hotel Private yes
Highland Campgrounds 3 cabins + tent campgrounds
Hilton Scranton & Conference Center 193 Hotel Private yes
Holiday Inn Express & Suites 102 Hotel Private yes
Hotel Anthracite 61 Hotel Private yes
Microtel Inn & Suites 62 Hotel Private yes
Quality Inn Scranton Dunmore 90 Hotel Private yes
Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel 170 Hotel Private yes
Rodeway Inn Moosic-Scranton 47 Hotel-Like Private yes
Scranton Fairfield Inn by Marriott 81 Hotel Private yes
Scranton Residence Inn by Marriott 78 Hotel Private yes
Sleep Inn & Suites 77 Hotel Private yes
Springhill Suites by Marriott Scranton Wilkes-Barre 102 Hotel Private yes
Towneplace Suites by Marriott Scranton Wilkes-Barre 110 Hotel Private yes

Catering

  • Cooper's Catering
    Cooper's Catering
    A Division of Cooper's Seafood House
    701 N. Washington Ave.
    Scranton, PA 18509

    570-346-6883 or 570-346-7049
    www.cooprs-seafood.com
  • Constantino's Catering
    458 East Drinker St.
    Dunmore, PA 18512

    570-963-1691 or 1-866-822-8417
    www.constantinoscatering.com
  • Stirna's Restaurant
    120 W. Market St.
    Scranton, PA 18508

    570-343-5742
    www.stirnas.com
  • Alfredo's Pizza Cafe
    1040 S. Washington Ave.
    Scranton, PA 18505

    570-969-1910
    www.alfredoscafe.com
  • Backyard Ale House
    Backyard Ale House
    523 Linden St.
    Scranton, PA 18503

    570-955-0192
    backyardalehouse.com

Dining

  • Alfredo's Pizza Cafe
    Alfredo’s Pizza Cafe offers a varied menu from Appetizers to Soups and Sandwiches to Pastas to Steaks and our “Award Winning” Square Pan Pizza, made to order, provide for a quick business lunch or full course dinner. 
  • Backyard Ale House Patio
    Backyard Ale House
    A beer garden in downtown Scranton featuring over 500 bottles and 28 rotating drafts and a handcrafted, seasonally chanigng menu. The tented garden area can also be used for parties and events. 

    523 Linden St. 
    Scranton, PA 18503
    570-955-0192
    backyardalehouse.com
  • Camelot Restaurant & Inn
    Camelot Restaurant and Inn
    Just outside of Scranton in Lackawanna County's countryside is the beautiful Camelot Restaurant and Inn featuring delicious meals in a rustic themed dining room. Also available is a separate room for larger groups. 

    17 Johnson Rd.
    Clarks Summit, PA 18411
  • Terra Preta Prime
    Located in downtown Scranton, Terra Preta Prime offers farm-to-table dining in a modern, rustic atmosphere. Private dining rooms available for groups of 10-70 are available at this location.

    301 N. Washington Ave.
    Scranton, PA 18503
  • Kol Steakhouse
    Kol Steakhouse at Hotel Anthracite
    Inside the new Hotel Anthracite is Kol (coal) Steakhouse.


    25 S. Main St.
    Carbondale, PA 18407

Services

ServiceDescription
Event/Meeting Planning We will assist a group planner to find the perfect venue site, caterer, and develop a logistical plan for multiple events or meetings.

Media The Lackawanna County Visitors Bureau has media available for a planner's use with advertising. We can also advertise an event through social media and our website. The CVB has connections to local media outlets such as news stations, radio stations, and print media. 

Itinerary Design Our sales team will help you design an itinerary that best fits your groups needs and wants. With knowledge of the entire Lackawanna County, we can narrow down travel and tour times, distance between locations, and hours of operations for venues to customize your tour. 

Area Attractions

AttractionDescription
Steamtown National Historic Site Visit our National Park to learn and experience the history of trains, the men who built them, and the industry that began in Scranton, Pennsylvania. 

Greenhouse Project at Nay Aug Park Learn how to group perennials and annuals, herbs, and veggies in the Greenhouse located at the beautiful Nay Aug Park. Make sure to take some goodies home for fresh cooking and baking.

Broadway Theatre of NEPA Broadway in Scranton is home to some of theatre's greatest shows such as Chicago, Kinky Boots, and Hair! Showcased in our historic venue, the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple, you will be able to enjoy NYC entertainment for half the cost.

Electric City Escape The escape rooms are physical adventure games where players are locked in a room and have to find clues, break codes, and open locks in a series of puzzles within 60 minutes in order to win. These puzzles will challenge your wit, patience, and problem-solving skills to beat the clock. Don't forget to look for clues based on Scranton folklore and facts within the rooms!

Pavilion at Montage Mountain Enjoy concerts from Willie Nelson to Taylor Swift at this Live Nation venue!

Houdini Museum- Tour & Magic Show Discover the mystery behind the world famous magician, Harry Houdini! Tour the museum filled one of the largest collections of his personal and professional memoribilia and be amazed with a caberet-style magic by the female Houdini, Dorothy Dietrich.

First Friday Downtown Scranton shows off it's artistic flair with First Friday. Explore the shops, listen to live music, appreciate works of art, and bring back a little souvenir.

Montage Mountain Resorts Ski, snowboard, airboard, snow tube, zip line, waterpark - all within one location! Grab your skis (or bathing suit) and make it an adventure day at Montage Mountain Resorts.

Lackawanna River Heritage Trail This 70+ mile long nautre trail wanders through cities and lush forests following the Lackawanna River through the county.

Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science and Art Founded in 1908, the Everhart Museum is one of the oldest museums in the state of Pennsylvania and features permament and temporary exhibits. Discover a world of bird and dinosaur fossils, enthnographic and archaeological artifacts, and historical and contemporary art pieces.

Electric City Trolley Museum Learn how Scranton, Pennsylvania became known as the Electric City at the Electric City Trolley Museum. Explore the beginnings of the electrc era and the end of the coal era as you wander the museum. Take a trolley ride through the city, past the Nay Aug Gorge, and up the mountain to the Restoration Show where you will see engineers restoring historical trolleys. You can even catch a ride on a trolley to see a baseball game at PNC Field!

Lackawanna County Coal Mine Tour Travel 300 miles underground to one of the country's largest coal mines! Discover the world of black diamonds and how miners worked and lived during the Industrial Revolution.

Lackawanna County Historical Society at the Catlin House The Lackawanna Historical Society offers a unique look at the area from it's beginnings as a Native American land to it's prestigious popularity during the Industrial Revolution. Tour the Catlin House to learn about the family who once lived there as well as Victorian era fashion and customs, Civil War memoribilia, and antique toys.

Scranton Iron Furnaces These stately furnaces are ready for you to explore and learn more about their purpose during the Industrial Revolution in Scranton. Throughout the year annual events such as the Bonfire at the Iron Furnaces and Arts on Fire celebreate our history.

Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Railriders at PNC Field There is nothing like watching a baseball game in the summer with a cold drink in your hand, good food in the other, and the cheers of the 10,000 people populating the minor league stadium. Relax and enjoy a game with the AAA NY Yankee Affiliate team and the 2016 Triple-A National Champions. the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Railriders! Check out the Trolley Musum for their "Trolley Excursion" to a game.

Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple Tour parts of the Masonic Temple and the theater that was designed by Raymond Hood- the same architect who designed Radio City Music Hall and Rockefeller Center in NYC. In the fall and winter seasons visitors can also enjoy a Broadway Show in the historic Harry & Jeannette Weinberg Theater.

Roba Family Farms Pumpkin patches in the fall, Christmas trees in the winter, and fresh produce and flowers in the spring and summer are just a few things you will find at Roba Family Farms. Stop by for a true country experience!

Circle Drive-In Since 1945, the Circle Drive-In has been a favorite attraction in Lackawanna County. Experience fun the old-fashioned way by watching newly released movies from your car or pack a couple of lawn chairs and blankets for a night under the stars.

Anthracite Heritage Museum Discover how a coal mining family lived outside of the mies in this display museum. Explore different settings of everyday life such as a typical family home, a local pub scene, and a traditional church scene. As an added bonus learn how Scranton/Wilkes-Barre was the premier location for Nottingham Lace and see the machine that made the finished pieces.

PA Escape Rooms

Great for teambuilding and fun for any type of group! PA Escape Rooms is a great place to get a whole lot of laughter while you try to escape their theme rooms.

Pine Hills Country Club This 18 hole golf course provides spectactlar greesn and amazing views for a day on the course.

Reaper's Revenge Haunted Attraction This seasonal attraction is a must-see during Halloween time for a good scare. Three sections make up the hayride including Sector 13, The Lost Carnival, and Pitch Black.

Skyzone Soar to new heights at Skyzone- an indoor trampoline park that's not only for the kids! Create a teambuilding challenge unique to your group that fun and productive.

Marjon Golf Course Marjon is a 9 hole course perfect for a quick outing or an all day event.

Maiolatesi Wine Cellars Head to the country for wine tasting and brick oven pizza at Maiolatesti Wine Cellars. Enjoy beautiful scenery while sipping on delicious wine! 

AFA Art Gallery Discover the work of local artists, host an art workshop, or attend a meeting/event at this local gallery.

Lahey Family Fun Park Miniature golf, arcade rooms, bumper cars, go-karts, bumper boats, and more at this outdoor fun park! 

Greenhouse Project at Nay Aug Park Learn how to group perennials and annuals, herbs, and veggies in the Greenhouse located at the beautiful Nay Aug Park. Make sure to take some goodies home for fresh cooking and baking.

Mohegan Sun Casino This casino provides slots and table play, horse racing, restaurants, shopping, and spa services! Don't forget to check their entertainment schedule for love concerts and shows plus a comedy theater.

Nimble Hill Winery & Brewery It doesn't matter if you're a beer drinker or wine drinker, Nimble Hill has both to suit everyone's taste buds. Take in the beautiful vineyards and hop fields while enjoying your drink.

Elk Mountain Ski Resort Skiing and Snowboarding in the winter, festivals in the summer -Elk Mountain Ski Resort has it all. Visit Elk Mountain to experience some of the best skiing in Pennsylvania.

Whitewater Challengers Add some adventure to your trip with a thrilling ride down the Lehigh River! Make it a teambuilding activity or keep it as a fun outing for your group.

Claws n' Paws Wild Animal Park Get close to the animals at this unique park! From snow leopards to giraffes to birds, Claws n' Paws provides an experience that is unforgettable. 

Deer Path Riding Stable Four seasons of horseback riding is available at Deer Path Riding Stables. Experience the beautiful countryside with a guided tour through lush forests and mountains.

Alpacas of Sunshine Farm & Store Tour an exclusive Alpaca farm and visit with these gorgeous animals up close and personal. Stop in the store and purchase alpaca fleece and clothing.

Pioneer Tunnel Coal Mine Venutre underground into a coal mine that was created to educate visitors on the coal industry that was prominent in the area during the Industrial Revolution. 

St. Tikhon's Monastery, Bookstore, & Museum Discover and learn the origins and history of the Orthodx religion at this ornate museum. It is truly a unique experience with beautiful details in every corner. 

Capra Collina Winery One stop along the Lackawanna County Wine Trail is Capra Collina. Located by the busy shopping district of Dickson City, this is the perfect stop after a day of shopping. Relax and unwind with their large selection of wines. 

Case Quattro Winery Named after their family homestead in Italy, Case Quattro brings a family tradition to a small town along the Lackawanna County Wine Trail. 

Lackawanna County Wine Trail With 7 wineries listed on our "trail", visitors can experience all sections of our county while following the map. Make a day of it by renting a limo and traveling on a beautiful summer day from the small towns to the city to the countryside. 

Dorflinger-Suydam Glass Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary Visit the glass museum with over 1,000 pieces of the prestigious Dorflinger glass. Surrounded by a beautiful wildlife sanctuary, visitors can gain a unique and peaceful experience at this venue.

Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society Partnering with local restaurants, the Erie Lackawanna Dining Car Preservation Society brings history to life by offering a dining experience aboard a historical dining train car. 

Lucchi Family Wine Cellars A family's tradition brought from Italy has turned into a business for all to experience. With over 35 wines to choose from, guests can get a taste of Italy and the culture.

Mucciolo Family Wines Step back in time at this venue that was once a general store. Folowing a family tradition of wine making, the store is now the Mucciolo Family Winery and is also part of the Lackawanna County Wine Trail.

Wood Winery A beautiful country escape to sit at a table with nature all around you and sip on wine and nibble on local cheeses. 

Talk to a Venue Specialist: 1-877-244-6110