History Museum · Downtown Scranton · Cliff St (at Lackawanna Ave), Scranton, PA
WDW Tour Company: With so many exhibits and programs, give yourself at least two hours to walk through the whole museum. A railroad buff could spend a whole day with the different tours and train rides available.
Courthouse · Downtown Scranton · 200 N Washington Ave (Courthouse Square), Scranton, PA
Neil Trama: Courthouse Square has a lot of history but the real draw is the annual "La Festa" on Labor Day weekend and the March St. Patrick's Day parade that passes by the courthouse and it's surrounding bars!
Pizza Place · 1040 S Washington Ave (South Side Shopping Center), Scranton, PA
Brian Riedmiller: Alfredo's is a great place to sit down or take out some famous get Old Forge style pizza, as well as other subs and sandwiches. Nice atmosphere, with televisions. Sit down, grab a beer, and enjoy.
Church · South Side · 529 E Locust St, Scranton, PA
Brian Riedmiller: St Stanislaus Cathedral,formed in 1897, is the 1st Parish of the Polish National Catholic Church, which separated from the Roman CC. Although originally organized by Polish people, it now serves all.
Pizza Place · Downtown Scranton · 303 N Washington Ave (btwn Mulberry & Linden), Scranton, PA
Brian Riedmiller: Pappa's is Scranton's downtown pizza joint, known for their famous personal size pizza. Inside or outside seating, the pizza and grinders here make for a quick and great lunch or dinner.
Baseball Stadium · 235 Montage Mountain Rd, Moosic, PA
Brian Riedmiller: Home of the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Railriders, the AAA affiliate of the Yankees. You can't come to Scranton in summer without seeing a baseball game. Root with us though; the fans are passionate.