The historic Stroud Mansion, built in 1795 on Main Street in Stroudsburg, offers many opportunities for educational field trips for students of all ages. The focus of the field experience can be customized to the classroom curriculum and student developmental levels.
Photo: Volunteer Connie McCool welcomes a group of students at the front door of the Stroud Mansion.
The Stroud Mansion features the Stroud room, Victorian parlor, tool and weapon room, antique toy room, an extensive collection of Native American artifacts, Colonial kitchen and research library.
Our regular student tour visits the entire Stroud Mansion. Our “Colonial America” tour, suitable to younger students, features a visit to the Colonial kitchen and the Stroud parlor only, and includes an appropriate activity.
The MCHA Education Committee will work with you to design student tours to meet specific needs.
Tours may be scheduled Tuesday through Friday, between 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
Tours last two hours, so please plan accordingly.
STUDENT TOUR FEES:
$3 per student for MCHA-sponsor schools/districts
$4 per student for non-sponsoring schools
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