Hilton Scranton & Conference Center

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

100 ADAMS AVENUE, Scranton, PA 18503
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Very Good
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Average
7%
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Poor
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Terrible
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  • Families91
  • Couples84
  • Solo85
  • Business90

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Travel Tips for Scranton

Finding your family & friends

by Rhondaj

Crazy hats and apparel are favorite ways for families to dress so that their relatives can spot them on the slopes.

My family prefers walkie-talkies over crazy hats though! Sharing airwaves with other walkie-talkie users can be quite interesting...

Exterior of Trolley Museum

by annk

It's bleak out but it was mid-December when I visited.

Once you pay your admission, you will be handed a 2-page self guided tour through the Trolley Museum.

I'd recommend viewing the 8 minute film about the history and development of the electric trolley car first as a good basis for the museum.

Two trolleys are displayed outside:
-The white trolley to the left was built in 1931 and ran on the Philadelphia & Western Railway, now known as SEPTA, between Upper Darby & Norristown, PA. At the time it was a state of the art design and was able to attain speeds of over 80 MPH.
-The Orange Trolley Car #401 was built by the St. Louis Car Company and had a long and productive career, retired by SEPTA in 1990.

Scranton - Coal, trains and trolleys

by mikelisaanna

Scranton is a city of approximately 100,000 people located in northeastern Pennsylvania in the United States. It had its heyday in the late 1800s and early 1900s, when the area's anthracite coal mines were among the most productive coal mines in the United States. Mike's grandfather worked in a mine about 20 miles south of Scranton. Scranton's primary attractions today are the Steamtown National Historic Park, which is a museum dedicated to steam-powered trains, and the Electric City Trolly Museum, which is located next to Steamtown. Nearby, there is also a coal mine that offers tours.

Scranton: Northeast Pennsylvania's Railroad City

by Easty

"Scranton"

Scranton is located in Northeastern Pennsylvania at the western edge of the Pocono Mountains. This city is the center of the Anthracite Coal region. It was largely built as a result of the railroads. This was the primary hub of the Lackawanna Railroad.

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Address: 100 ADAMS AVENUE, Scranton, PA 18503