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Pocono Indian Museum: Your Guide to a Hidden Gem in the Poconos

The Pocono Indian Museum is a treasure trove of cultural history waiting to be explored. Nestled in the heart of the Pocono Mountains in Stroudsburg, this museum offers a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the Delaware Indians who once called this region home. So, you can explore the museum and learn about their way of life going back thousands of years. From ancient artifacts to interactive exhibits, the museum provides an enriching experience that appeals to history buffs, families, and anyone interested in indigenous cultures and museums.

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Everything You Need to Know for an Amazing Time at the Pocono Indian Museum

The Genesis and Offerings of the Pocono Indian Museum

The Pocono Indian Museum is dedicated to showcasing the history and culture of the Lenape, also known as the Delaware Indians, who were the original inhabitants of the Pocono Mountains. Established to preserve their specific heritage, the museum has a variety of exhibits that focus on the Lenape’s ancient tools, pottery, art, and crafts. So, it is an educational platform to enlighten visitors about the Lenape way of life, traditions, and their significant contributions to the Poconos region.

Location: A Convenient Cultural Escape

The Pocono Indian Museum is in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, a charming city known for its scenic beauty and outdoor activities. The museum’s address is 5425 Milford Rd, East Stroudsburg, PA 18302. It’s approximately a two-hour drive from New York City and about an hour and a half from Philadelphia. However, the museum is conveniently located just a 20-minute drive away for guests staying at Mountaintop Lodge at Lake Naomi.

Hours and Admission


  • The museum is open seven days a week, from 10 am to 5 pm.


  • Adult admission – $7.00.
  • Children aged 6 to 16 -$3.50 + free arrowhead with a paid ticket.
  • Children under 6 are free.

The self-guided tour of the museum is designed to last around 30 minutes. As you explore, you’ll be equipped with an audio device that provides narrated details about the exhibits. For groups of 20 or more, you can call ahead and arrange a guided tour.

Exhibits that Captivate

Step back in time as you explore rooms with artifacts such as prayer pipes, clay pottery, and vintage photographs. The building, refurbished in the ’70s, adds to the historical ambiance. Therefore, you can discover the indigenous tribes, their traditions, and their lasting influence on the Poconos in a full experience.

Your Perfect Stay at Mountaintop Lodge at Lake Naomi

After a day of exploration and learning at the Pocono Indian Museum, come back to the cozy comforts of Mountaintop Lodge at Lake Naomi. Indulge in our made-to-order breakfast to kick-start your day or unwind on our wrap-around porch with coffee from our on-site coffee and pastry shop.

Our lounge areas offer the perfect setting to relax and reflect on your day’s adventures. Retreat to your luxurious room, complete with comfortable linens and private bathrooms, for a restful night’s sleep.

Our accommodations are the epitome of rustic elegance, offering a range of suites and guest rooms to suit your needs. Take advantage of our specials packages and top-notch amenities to make your stay unforgettable.

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