Center for Anti-Slavery Studies
The Center for Anti-Slavery Studies in the AME Zion Church features documents, artifacts, as well as exhibits explaining the history of anti-slavery activity in Susquehanna County.
The Butternut Gallery features exhibits of local artists and craftsmen. Their "modest but worthy" collection of books is something that any serious reader should take the time to browse through.
The Montrose Club is a 9-hole course with a breathtaking view in the summer and fall months. Although it is a private course, The Montrose Club is accepting new members and guests of members to play. Open seasonally.
The Montrose Theatre has been showing films for over 85 years! Showing big blockbuster hits as well as small independent films, there's something for everyone at the Montrose Theatre. You can even rent the theatre for a birthday party, concert, fundraiser, and more!
Monument Square or
Susquehanna County Historical Society
Better known to locals as "The Green", Monument Square hosts farmers markets, festivals, and is a great area to just sit and relax on a nice day. Located in between The Susquehanna County Courthouse and the Post Office.
The Susquehanna County Historical Society and Free Library Association aims to support the preservation and appreciation of history around the area. Search for your favorite book or go upstairs to look at some local history that is truly amazing.
Located on Cherry Street, the park offers pickleball courts, basketball, baseball in the summer months and ice skating in the winter for the community. There is also a walking trail with warmup stations, children's play area, a pavilion, restrooms and a concession stand.