Here you can find interesting sights in Stroudsburg, United States. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Stroudsburg, United States.List of cities in United States Sightseeing Tours in Stroudsburg
1. East Stroudsburg Armory
East Stroudsburg Armory, also known as the Captain George M. Kemp Memorial Armory, is a historic National Guard armory located at East Stroudsburg, Monroe County, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1928, and is a "T"-plan building consisting of a two-story administration building and attached one-story drill hall executed in the Tudor Revival style. It is constructed of brick and sits on a concrete foundation. It measures approximately 56 feet by 128 feet. Since class warfare was no longer a concern, the function of the armory took a new turn, and armories were often used as community centers and for public gatherings. No longer were these facilities built to look intimidating; they were now designed in styles that were not visually associated with defense. Armories designed in the Art Deco and Moderne styles were now in vogue, mostly funded by the WPA to create jobs for both skilled and unskilled laborers during the Depression. The following list of architects, engineers and contractors was compiled from various sources including Robert M. Fogelson’s American’s Armories, State inventories and National Register of Historic Places Nominations. https://www.dot7.state.pa.us/CRGIS_Attachments/Survey/FINAL%20Historic%20Context%208Jun08%20(2).pdf
2. Dansbury Depot
East Stroudsburg is an historic train station built by the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad in 1856. The station served as the local stop for both East Stroudsburg and Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. The depot, recently known locally as the Dansbury Depot for the restaurant that used the building, is located on Crystal Street in East Stroudsburg. Service to East Stroudsburg ended on January 6, 1970, when the Erie Lackawanna Railway discontinued the Lake Cities. A proposal is currently in place to extend NJ Transit service to a rebuilt East Stroudsburg station. In spring 2021, Amtrak announced plans for potential New York-Scranton route. It is currently used by some of Steamtown National Historic Site's excursion trains.
3. Stroud Mansion
Stroud Mansion is a historic home located at Stroudsburg, Monroe County, Pennsylvania. It was built about 1795, and is a 3+1⁄2-story building with pedimented gable roof and a 2+1⁄2-story rear wing. The main section measures 50 feet by 40 feet, with the rear wing measuring 28 feet by 24 feet, 4 inches. It was built by Stroudsburg's founder Jacob Stroud for his son John. It remained in the Stroud family until 1893, although leased for use as a store and as a boarding house. It now houses the Monroe County Historical Association.
4. The Old Holland Thread Mill
Kitson Woolen Mill, also known as the Holland Thread Company building, is a historic woolen mill complex located at Stroudsburg, Monroe County, Pennsylvania. The complex consists of four brick buildings built between 1893 and 1904. They are arranged in a "U"-shape and consist of the "East Wing," "West Wing," boiler house, and office. The Kitson Woolen Mill was in operation until 1928, after which the mill was occupied by the Holland Thread Company until 1978.
5. Monroe County Courthouse
Monroe County Courthouse is a historic county courthouse located at Stroudsburg, Monroe County, Pennsylvania. The original section was built in 1890, and is a three-story, ashlar sandstone and limestone building measuring 65 feet (20 m) wide and 180 feet (55 m) long. It is in the Romanesque Revival style. An identically sized addition was built in 1934, as a Public Works Administration project.
6. Academy Hill Historic District
Academy Hill Historic District is a national historic district located in Stroudsburg, Monroe County, Pennsylvania. Bordered by Sarah, 8th, Fulmer, and 5th streets, the district encompasses 180 contributing buildings in a primarily residential section of Stroudsburg.
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