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700 Lackawanna Avenue
Scranton  PA  18503  US
LAT: 41.405704 LONG: -75.66133
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TELEPHONE: +1 (570) 342-8300 FAX: +1 (570) 342-0380

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Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel Scranton

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Convenient Downtown Scranton Lodging at Radisson

The Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel is strategically located just a few minutes from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport in the heart of the downtown historic district of Scranton. Lodging at this centrally positioned hotel affords quick access to attractions like the Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour, the Shoppes at Montage, the Houdini Museum and the Mall at Steamtown. In addition, the Radisson is convenient to I-81, I-380, I-80 and the PA Turnpike, making it easy for you to explore the area.

The Radisson is close to the following area attractions:

  • Anthracite Heritage Museum (3.5 miles)
    Learn about the coal, steel and silk industries upon which the town was built during the 19th century.
    Phone: +1 (570) 963-4804
  • Catlin House (0.8 miles)
    Visit this elegant, early twentieth-century home, which currently houses the Lackawanna Historical Society.
    Phone: +1 (570) 344-3841
  • Electric City Trolley Station and Museum (0.8 miles)
    Pay homage to the days in which Scranton was dubbed the "Electric City" because so many trolley cars operated here. Visitors can still take trolley rides today.
    Phone: +1 (570) 963-6590
  • Elk Mountain Ski Resort (28.2 miles)
    Featuring 27 sprawling trails, Elk Mountain offers some of the most thrilling and challenging skiing and snowboarding in the area.
    Phone: +1 (570) 679-4400
  • Everhart Museum (1.4 miles)
    This museum is filled with a variety of unusual collections, including Native American art, coal fossils and mounted animals.
    Phone: +1 (570) 346-7186
  • Houdini Museum (2.4 miles)
    Discover a wealth of information about the world's most well-known magician and watch exciting magic shows.
    Phone: +1 (570) 342-5555
  • Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour (3.3 miles)
    Go back in time as a "miner" guide takes you on a journey 300 feet underground to experience a glimpse of 19th-century miner life.
    Phone: +1 (800) 238-7245
  • Mall at Steamtown (0.3 miles)
    Located within walking distance of the hotel, this mall offers department stores, restaurants and more than 88 shops.
    Phone: +1 (570) 343-3400
  • McDade Park (0.6 miles)
    A perfect place for families, athletes or those who just want to relax, this park offers gardens, trails, picnic areas, a large pool and fields.
    Phone: +1 (570) 963-6764
  • Montage Mountain Ski Resort & Waterpark (7.7 miles)
    Take advantage of the area's best skiing and snowboarding all winter at this ski resort. During the summer, enjoy the large waterpark with zip lines descending the mountain.
    Phone: +1 (800) 468-7669
  • Nay Aug Park (0.7 miles)
    The City of Scranton's largest park offers picnic area, two Olympic-sized swimming pools with a water slide, park concerts, hiking, a rock-strewn gorge and waterfalls.
    Phone: +1 (570) 348-4186
  • Scranton Iron Furnaces (0.2 miles)
    These large furnaces were once used to produce iron and are now a popular attraction for curious visitors.
    Phone: +1 (570) 963-3208
  • Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Rail Riders at PNC Field (7.5 miles)
    Spend a fun afternoon cheering for the local Minor League Baseball team at their home field.
    Phone: +1 (570) 969-2255
  • Shoppes at Montage (7.4 miles)
    Enjoy a variety of retailers and dining spots at this popular open-air mall.
    Phone: +1 (570) 341-3271
  • Steamtown National Historic Site (0.6 miles)
    One of the city's most famous attractions, Steamtown is a great place to learn about locomotives, train cars and more.
    Phone: +1 (570) 340-5200

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