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Historic Scranton Iron Furnaces, Scranton
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  • The Iron Furnaces kind of grow out of the land. You can view from top looking down or from the bottom. It would be neat if you could walk around inside but it's probably a liability to let people do t...  more »
  • Just outside the downtown area, this site is well worth taking a few minutes to see. This is a giant furnace used to make iron a long time ago and it's interesting to see the fortress like structure. ...  more »
  • I have been to Scranton many times. This was the first time I went here. To see the massive structures used to make Iron back in the day, it's simply amazing. Coming from Bethlehem Steel town to see h...  more »
  • Very interesting historic structure. When we visited we where the only people there.
  • Nice park, really cool to see.
  • A wonderful historic site to visit in Scranton, but perhaps the best things about the Iron Furnaces are the events they host throughout the year. Arts on Fire, Bonfire at the Furnaces, and the South Side Farmers Market are just a few of the gems that can be found at the Furnaces. It's a beautiful spot to get views of Roaring Brook, and the history of the place is something worth reflecting on.
  • Coming from out of state, this provided an informative, cheap (free) attraction to visit.
  • Local government seems dedicated to ruining this through development, but I love it for the sleepy oft-overlooked creekside park it is. It hosts occasional events throughout the year and a small Saturday farmers market in the summer.