Lewisburg Attractions


Amidst the beautiful historic architecture, Lewisburg is the ideal setting for antique shopping. In fact, many people make a day of antiquing at the host of shops offering a vast selection of windows into the past.
Some stops may include:

  • Lewisburg Roller Mills Marketplace
    517 Saint Mary St, Lewisburg, PA
    (570) 524-5733
  • Silver Moon Antique Mall
    150 Silvermoon Lane, Lewisburg, PA
    (570) 568-6134
  • Wilson Ross
    404 Market Street, Lewisburg, PA
    (570) 524-1200
  • Antiques At 221 Market
    221 Market Street, Lewisburg, PA
    (570) 523-7618
  • Lewisburg Antique Mall
    105 AJK Blvd, Lewisburg, PA
    (570) 523-6255

Bucknell Golf Club

Looking to break in your new driver? How about a relaxing way to spend your afternoon? You'll love a membership to the Bucknell Golf Club! Located on the beautiful Bucknell University campus, the Bucknell Golf Club offers visitors a pristine 18-hole golf course, a variety of events and Knickers-their gourmet dining facility. To learn more about the membership opportunities at the Bucknell Golf Club, please visit 

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Campus Theatre

Easily considered a cornerstone of Lewisburg’s downtown, the Campus Theatre has been nicknamed “The Jewel of Market Street.” This amazing Art Deco-style theatre hosts a regular schedule of events and has become one of the area’s favorite places to catch the latest blockbuster favorite or to indulge in a rare independent film.

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Canoe Susquehanna

Lewisburg is a great hub to enjoy the scenic Susquehanna River. With ease of entry along the river, many Lewisburg residents make a day of canoeing or kayaking. Canoe Susquehanna is an area business offering a variety of guided river trips. Whether you are going solo or want to organize a family day or outing with your co-workers, you may want to check out their calendar of events.

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Dale Engle Walker House & Trail

Enjoyed time and time again by Lewisburg residents and visitors alike, the Dale Engle Walker House & Trail is located just outside of town and offers tours that focus on architecture, slavery, the Underground Railroad, and the immigrant experience. The house is open on Sundays from June through October. The two-mile trail is open all year around and features scenic ridge-top views of the Buffalo Valley, wildflowers, and birding opportunities within a variety of habitats including streamside (riparian) buffer, mature woodlots, and open fields.

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Lewisburg Area Recreational Park

Commonly referred to as the St Mary's Street Park, this fantastic 22 acre park offers recreation for all ages. In addition to the beautiful community pool, the park includes a skate park, climbing boulders, multiple playgrounds, a wellness path, 2 large picnic pavilions, tennis courts, a basketball court and an ice skating rink in winter.

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Packwood House Museum

Take a peek into the past with a walk through the Packwood House Museum. With various exhibits including quilts, paintings, historic moments in the region, and other interesting aspects, the Packwood House Museum attracts history buffs and other from across our region.

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Slifer House Museum

Slifer, the resident of this majestic home, was a famous politician and served at the Secretary of Pennsylvania during the Civil War. Now a part of Albright Care Services, the mansion is open as a museum where people can view beautiful Victorian-era arts and furniture. Many Slifer family artifacts can also be found in the home.

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Weis Center for the Performing Arts

For some fantastic entertainment, be sure to regularly check the events being held at the Sigmund and Claire Weis Center for the Performing Arts. Located on the campus of Bucknell University, members of the local community often come together for live music and theatre. Tickets can be bought online, on campus, or at the Barnes & Noble bookstore downtown.

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