Easton is a community in Northampton County, Pennsylvania, as well as the county seat. The city's population as of the 2020 census was 28,127. Easton is situated at the confluence of the Lehigh River and the Delaware River, a 109-mile-long river that forms the city's eastern boundary with Phillipsburg, New Jersey. Learn more about the history of Easton, PA.

Crayola Experience Easton

Discover the magic of color at Crayola Experience, the company's most popular and unique family attraction! Just a short drive from Philadelphia and New York City, Easton, Pennsylvania, offers families dozens of colorful and creative activities and a full day of excitement. Bigger, brighter, and more daring than ever before, Crayola Experience's colorful adventures encourage children and adults alike to explore art and technology, express their creativity, and experience color in an entirely new manner. Prepare to create colorful family memories that will last a lifetime by booking your trip today!

Easton Farmers' Market

In 1752, the year of the city's founding, the Easton Farmers' Market (EFM) was established, establishing it as the nation's earliest continuously operating outdoor market. As a producer-only market, the EFM is committed to providing a secure, transparent atmosphere in which consumers can shop with confidence and purchase products from reputable sources. Every item sold at the EFM is locally grown and manufactured. The vast majority of produce is grown naturally or organically. No livestock or dairy products contain antibiotics or hormones. Animals are reared on pasture. When possible, prepared cuisine and ready-to-eat vendors source ingredients from local farms. Every farm is subject to an extensive on-site inspection.

National Canal Museum

Hugh Moore Park is a picturesque extension of Easton, where the golden era of canals in America is on full display. With more than two miles of restored Lehigh Canal, a canal boat attraction unlike any other in Pennsylvania and the rest of the Northeast, and one of the country's largest canal heritage museums, the 520-acre park nestled between the Lehigh Canal and Lehigh River is a throwback to the days when mules pulling canal boats on narrow towpaths were a common sight throughout much of the United States east of the Mississippi.

Santander Arena

The State Theatre is proud to claim a ghostly legend… FRED the Ghost has made multiple appearances to patrons, volunteers, and personnel over the past few years.

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