Grey Towers, the home of Gifford Pinchot, America's first Chief Forester, conservationist and Pennsylvania Governor, is a National Historic Site.
The estate built on nearly 100 acres, is one of the Forest Service's most significant cultural resources. In 1963, John F. Kennedy dedicated the Pinchot Institute for Conservation Studies as a historic landmark.
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American-made gifts including: Fine arts, wood, pottery, purses, jewelry wall art, paintings, photography, fabrics, metal, children's gifts, baby gifts, puzzles, soaps, lotions, stuffed animals, kaleidoscopes, glass, greeting cards and more!
Details: Milford will be buzzing with dance all over town, outside and inside. You can follow a map with a scheduled trail, to stroll around and enjoy site specific dance performances, plus participate in dance activities for both kids, family and adults. There will also be NYC based dance companies performi...
Bar Louis at the Hotel Fauchere
Details: Bar Louis is a sleek, minimalist bar and bistro offering a sophisticated menu of innovative dishes for lunch and dinner, including the famous signature Sushi Pizza, creative cocktails and house specialties.
The Columns Museum-Pike County Historical Society
Details: Official county museum offering genealogical and educational services and group tours.
Malibu Dude Ranch
Details: Glide over the ice and take in the beauty of winter at Malibu Dude Ranch.
Milford Walking Tours
Details: Self-guided tour of the Milford historic district that dates back to 1733.
Details: The historic Hotel Fauchère/Relais & Chateaux is a 16-room culinary-driven boutique hotel with three exceptional restaurants. Located in the heart of Milford, PA's National Historic District.
Details: Harrington House, a historic Victorian home built in 1860, is located just steps from the center of the quaint and historic town of Milford.
Apple Valley Restaurant
Details: Enjoy the heritage of American foods at Apple Valley Restaurant and the pleasure of companionship and entertainment at the Apple Valley Pub.