Some Things to Do and See in Summer 2020
Whether you’re visiting for a few hours or spending the day, we hope you get a chance to explore our beautiful, historic city. Here’s a list of some of our summer favorites in Easton. Please note: Dates and times are subject to change. Please call or check websites or social channels to verify hours and current safety procedures.
While you’re here, grab some fresh, local fare from these spots:
Easton Farmers’ Market
(9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays, Now at Scott Park)
Find fresh produce, bread, dairy, eggs, pasture-raised meats, blooms, coffee, kombucha, baked goods and plants in an open-air setting. Masks required, on-site handwash and sanitizer stations.
Easton Public Market
Get local ingredients, prepared meals, and lots of yummy treats and farm-fresh produce at the Highmark Farmstand. Enjoy meals, libations and sweets from more than a dozen of vendors! Order online or take items to-go.
GRAB A PINT
Support our local craft brewers – make your own Ale Trail and enjoy a unique brew at each of these spots or take some to-go. (Call or check websites for tasting room options.)
- Separatist Bar+Bottle 101 Northampton St. 610-330-9114, Facebook.com/ separatist.beer
- Scratch Easton Public Market, 325 Northampton St. 610-814-7774, scratcheaston.com
- Two Rivers Brewing Co. 542 Northampton St. 610-829-1131, tworiversbrewing.com
- Weyerbacher Brewing* 905 Line St. 610-559-5561 ext. 320, weyerbachertaproom.com
- Boser Geist Brewing Co.* 1250 Simon Blvd. K100 484-293-8005, bosergeist.com
* = Outside the Downtown District
FEED YOUR CURIOSITY
Little Free Libraries
Keep your family entertained! Take a book, leave a book at one of our Little Free Libraries!
- Church Street (parking lot behind Easton Public Market, 325 Northampton St.)
- Scott Park (Larry Holmes Drive)
- Riverside Park (Larry Holmes Drive)
- Easton Post Office (201 Ferry St.)
- Centre Square
- St. John’s LFL (330 Ferry St.)
- Community Garden Library (South Fifth and Ferry streets)
- Nurture Nature Center (518 Pine St.)
- The Lot Spot (630 Northampton St.)
Discover Easton with a Self-Guided Walking Tour:
- The Sigal Museum put together Expedition Easton – a short tour in Centre Square that teaches kids about the city’s history. (Download the tour at tinyurl.com/ExpeditionEaston)
- Walk through town and marvel at the beautiful artwork that now adorns the city thanks to the Easton Murals project. (eastonmurals.org)
Karl Stirner Arts Trail
Explore an outdoor art museum with a walk on the 2.5-mile Karl Stirner Arts Trail (karlstirnerartstrail.org) or bike along the 165-mile D&L Trail (delawareandlehigh.org/map). Don’t forget a stop at Hugh Moore Park to see the canal boat and mules (canals.org)