Shop, tour or watch a magic show in Scranton
From the mesmerizing waterfalls at Nay Aug Park to the mind-boggling magic shows at Houdini Museum, downtown Scranton offers you an array of exciting things to do during your stay at Radisson Lackawanna Station. Our hotel is close to I-80, I-81, I-380 and the PA Turnpike, providing easy access to the Mall at Steamtown and other prevalent destinations like Elk Mountain Ski Resort. Sports fans appreciate our location near PNC Field, home to Minor League Baseball's Rail Riders, and history buffs are grateful for our proximity to a number of museums, including the Electric City Trolley Station and Museum, where you can take a trolley ride.
Visit these nearby attractions during your stay:
- Scranton Iron Furnaces (0.2 miles)
Learn about iron production and its impact on the nation when you visit this attraction, site of the Lackawanna Iron and Coal Co. and featuring four stone furnaces in a historic park setting.
Phone: +1 (570) 963-4804
- The Marketplace at Steamtown (0.5 miles)
Shop all your favorite retailers, from Express and Bath & Body Works to Radio Shack and Hot Topic, at the Marketplace at Steamtown. When you need a break, stop for a bite to eat at one of the on-site restaurants.
Phone: +1 (570) 343-3400
- McDade Park (0.5 miles)
Get some exercise and fresh air at this 180-acre park that features an Olympic-sized swimming pool, basketball and tennis courts, picnic areas with grills and pavilions, two miles of trails and more.
Phone: +1 (570) 963-6764
- Nay Aug Park (0.5 miles)
Fun for the whole family, Nay Aug Park has something for everyone, from scenic waterfalls and waterslides to a children's sprawling playground and two Olympic-sized swimming pools.
Phone: +1 (570) 348-4186
- Steamtown National Historic Site (0.5 miles)
Everything you ever wanted to know about locomotives can be discovered at this famous Scranton attraction.
Phone: +1 (570) 340-5200
- Catlin House (1 mile)
Linger in the rooms and stroll the hallways of this three-story Tudor that once served as the home of George H. Catlin, one Scranton’s early financier’s. The structure now houses a museum.
Phone: +1 (570) 344-3841
- Electric City Trolley Station and Museum (1 mile)
Carve out time for a trolley ride excursion at this nearby attraction. Browse the museum to learn why Scranton was once called "Electric City."
Phone: +1 (570) 963-6590
- Everhart Museum (1.5 miles)
If you love browsing galleries, be sure to stop by the Everhart Museum, where you can find collections of natural history and art from around the world.
Phone: +1 (570) 346-7186
- Houdini Museum (2.5 miles)
Don't miss an opportunity to tour this unique museum, dedicated to the world-famous Harry Houdini. During your visit, catch a magic show.
Phone: +1 (570) 342-5555
- Anthracite Heritage Museum (3.5 miles)
Take a trip back in time to learn about the immigrants who traveled to the U.S. to work in the coal-mining industry during the early 19th century when you visit this museum.
Phone: +1 (570) 963-4804
- Lackawanna Coal Mine Tour (3.5 miles)
Brave the depths at this nearby attraction that transports you 300 feet below the surface for a glimpse of mining life in the 1800s.
Phone: +1 (800) 238-7245
- Montage Mountain Ski Resort & Waterpark (7.5 miles)
In the winter, ski, tube or airboard down the slopes of this ski resort, and then come summer, you can cool off at the water park or race down the mountain on a zip line.
Phone: +1 (570) 969-7669
- Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Rail Riders at PNC Field (7.5 miles)
Participate in America's favorite pastime at PNC Field, home to Minor League Baseball’s Rail Riders.
Phone: +1 (570) 969-2255
- Shoppes at Montage (7.5 miles)
Add to your wardrobe at the Shoppes at Montage. This shopping plaza features a variety of retail stores and restaurants.
Phone: +1 (570) 341-3271
- Elk Mountain Ski Resort (28 miles)
Be sure to tote your snowboard and skis for a day at Elk Mountain, featuring nearly 30 thrilling trails.
Phone: +1 (570) 679-4400