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Easton Map, Pennsylvania

If you feel like you need some help to find your way in your destination city, you are in the right place. This Easton Map will certainly help you to seek out the best restaurants, clubs and sights in town. You want to know what is the best place for a walk? Or what you should be watching out for during your visit? Learn more about the best things to do in the city reading our travel tips and then get around in Easton with Travelgrove's map. While searching for places, you can also check some cheap flights or deals or you can take a look at our user's galleries about the city. We hope you will find our city map of Easton useful. Enjoy your trip and come back to share your travel experience about Easton!

Easton History

After many crises, including the Civil War, the Library was renovated and given a new name of Easton Public Library Association. Easton School District got the financial responsibility of this library. Easton has still preserved many historical monuments and buildings including Herman Simon Mansion, Jacob Nicholas House, Lafayette College, Larry Holmes Drive, Northampton County Museum and Parson Taylor House etc. read more

Easton Sightseeing

Easton is a city situated in Northampton County, Pennsylvania. Easton, Allentown and Bethlehem make up the Lehigh Valley region. The city of Easton is sitting on the confluence of Delaware River and Lehigh Valley River. The city is divided into four primary sections including Historic Downtown, The West Ward, The South Side and College Hill. Easton is home to many popular sight and attractions. Some of the most popular... read more

Easton Nightlife

Easton nightlife is popular throughout Pennsylvania. There are stylish nightclubs, luxurious hotels and beautiful theaters that offer theatrical performances and live musical shows throughout the year. The most popular nightlife entertainment spots in Easton include the following. read more

Easton Travel Guide

In 1736, William Penn’s sons, Thomas Penn and Benjamin Eastburn, surveyed around a thousand-acre territory of land between River Lehigh and Delaware. In 1750s, Nicholas Scull and William Parsons again performed the survey to worn out a town known as the Place-at-the-Forks. The newly introduced town was then renamed as Easton. The central square renowned today is the place where a large number of residents as well as... read more

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