1. Roy Whitman

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    The Everhart Museum collection is small but quaintly eclectic. Their bird collection is second to none and their special exhibitions are constantly changing and are very creative. The nice thing is that you can enjoy the peace and quiet of a museum setting without big city crowds or people pushing and shoving or making noise. The Museum is clean, peaceful, serene, sober, family-friendly, and even has a gift shop and children’s corner where toddlers can play. The Museum even has a few surprises like the mummified remains of a cat. Their is a smattering of American folk art, African art, ancient sculpture and art and nineteenth-century American and Pennsylvania art. It is just enough to wet your appetite without overwhelming the senses.

  2. A Google User

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    Funky little museum. The permanent collections are fairly small and don’t change, but are still fun to view. They make up for this by getting excellent traveling exhibits during the year: I’ve seen an amazing collection of Vietnam War photography as well as a very cool Lego art exhibit there. I tend to go about once a year- it makes a great, low-cost date and is always fun.

  3. A Google User

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    Big fan of the Museum of Science and Industry. The campus itself in Hyde Park is beautiful and an easy access straight shot down Lake Shore. I usually take my kids here on the weekends. It is not crowded and parking is usually easy to find. It’s a perfect place to spend our weekend!

  4. A Google User

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    We had always enjoyed the Park and Everhart Museum with our children and now want to share what the museum has to offer with our grandson. The Art of the Brick show looks great (saw preview on the news), however, we had great difficulty finding the Museum listed. We had always associated both the park and the museum as one (and since unfortunately the zoo has been closed), I’m glad to see the museum is still open and has still has shows fun for the children. Please keep this museum open as Scranton continues to make its mark on PA.

  5. rocco cianflone

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