Art gallery and museum in the town of Delaware Water Gap. The gallery presents top regional artists while the museum relives the history of Delaware Water Gap, a town so popular a century ago that it was second only to Saratoga Springs in New York as an inland tourist destination in the United States.
The museum and gallery are housed in a charming brick school house circa 1850. The building served as the borough’s school for 99 years until 1969, and that history is recalled with a recreated 1920s classroom on the second floor.
Open Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 5 pm, May to October (Memorial Day weekend to Columbus Day weekend).
Donation $2.00, children under 12 Free.