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Sports in Monroe County over the years are highlighted in the Stroud Mansion’s current special exhibit


The current special exhibit at Stroud Mansion features sports uniforms, pennants, photographs, and memorabilia from high school and league sports in Monroe County during the first half of the 20th Century.

Included in the exhibit is a Pocono High School cheerleader uniform worn by Jeanne Learn (Class of 1947), a Barrett High School baseball jersey dating to the 1920s, and a Worthington Mower Company basketball jersey worn by Phillip D. Lee.

Also included in the exhibit is a Little League uniform for the Stouts Glass Works team that was worn by Donald W. Stout, circa 1955.

Also on display is an assortment of varsity letters, baseballs signed by entire teams, and sports programs, including one for the first Interboro Classic football game played between Stroudsburg High School and East Stroudsburg High School, played on November 17, 1945.

The “Leagues of Our Own” exhibit will be on display until Saturday, December 21, 2019.

at Stroud Mansion

900 Main Street • Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
See map below
Tuesday through Friday | 10 am - 4 pm
First and third Saturday | 10 am - 4 pm
Closed Sundays and Mondays

Admission to the current exhibit and the first floor of the Stroud Mansion only | $5

The exhibit is included in the price of regular admission to the Stroud Mansion Museum, which is shown by guided tour only. Self-guided tours are not permitted.

GUIDED TOURS are offered at 11 am and 2 pm, Tuesday through Friday, and on the first and third Saturdays of each month.

Group tours (minimum of 10 people) by appointment only.

MCHA members admitted free
to Stroud Mansion museum

| $10
Seniors over 55 | $8
Children 7-17 | $8
Children 6 and under | Free
Group tours (10+) | $6
Sponsoring school groups | $4

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NOTE: The first floor of Stroud Mansion is wheelchair accessible through a ramp at the Ninth Street entrance. The Walters Research Library, Gift Shop, Victorian parlor and changing exhibit space are located on the first floor. Other floors in the historic building are not wheelchair accessible.