Slate Belt Museum
PO Box 58
2214 North Delaware Dr.
Mt. Bethel, PA 18343-0058
(570) 897-6181

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This fine little museum interprets the culture and history of the Slate Belt area. Housed in a Landmark 1836 building, permanent displays include

  • A Slate Mining Exhibit
  • Antique Farm Implements
  • Victorian Home Furnishings and Clothing
  • Local Indian Artifacts
  • County Doctors' Tools

Throughout the season a number of special exhibits are also featured, and the several family events include a great Autumn Arts and Crafts Festival.There are no formal School Programs, but Museum staff will work with teachers to make a class visit a rewarding and memorable experience.

Hours: Open from Memorial Day to last Sunday in September, weekends 1 - 4pm. Call to confirm before visiting. Other hours for groups by appointment.
FREE. Donations appreciated.
Group Reservations: At least 2 weeks in advance.
Lunch: Nearby restaurants.
Handicapped Access: Partial. Call with your needs.
Directions: Rt. 611 North to Mt. Bethel. Museum is just north of Rt. 512 intersection. 90 - 120 minutes north of Philadelphia.

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