HONESDALE- The Greater Honesdale Partnership is inviting the public to tour historic Honesdale and give thanks for the rich history that makes Honesdale and Wayne County the place that it is.
Numerous activities will be offered Nov. 23 and 24, go to visithonesdalepa.com for details. But on, Nov. 25 there will be an additional opportunity to experience Honesdale’s rich history.
From 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., people can tour the Wayne County Historical Society, 810 Main Street, for a small fee, the Honesdale Fire Museum, 1205 N. Main Street, and The Old Stone Jail, located on the corner of 10th Street, next to the Wayne County Court House, by the river.
Honesdale is known for its churches and synagogue, with classic architecture, stain glass and history. Four of the historic houses of worship will open their doors from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and the public a chance to take a short tour.
People will be able to visit St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, 107 7th Street, Temple Beth Israel, 615 Court Street; Grace Episcopal Church, 827 Church Street; First Presbyterian Church, 201 10th Street. There is no charge for the church tours.
For additional information, contact the Greater Honesdale Partnership, (570)253-5492.