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  • Experience the Roebling Delaware Aqueduct, aka Roebling Bridge, the oldest wire cable suspension bridge in the U.S. and precusor to John A. Roebling's later construction of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge. Built in the mid-1800s, the Aqueduct can be found about 17 miles from Silver Birches in the town of Lackawaxen.
  • Tour the Dorflinger Glass Museum and appreciate the craftsmanship seen in the more than 1,000 pieces of cut, engraved, etched, gilded, and enameled crystal on display in the village of of White Mills, about 8 miles north of Silver Birches. About a half-mile from there, the Dorflinger Factory Museum details the history of the signature cut lead crystal, which adorned some of the most prestigious tables in America.
  • Stroll through the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts. This remarkable cultural institution preserves the site of Woodstock, which occurred in 1969. It showcases the festival's history through an exhibition of artifacts and interactive displays. Bethel Woods also hosts performances by world-class artists throughout the year.
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