Stroud Mansion MuseumThe historic 1795 Stroud Mansion, located in downtown Stroudsburg, serves as the headquarters for the Monroe County Historical Association. The Stroud Mansion museum offers four floors of exhibit space highlighting the history of Monroe County. Exhibits include artifacts that span local history from the time of the Native Americans to present-day. Featured rooms include an authentic Colonial kitchen, the Stroud Room, a Victorian Parlor, as well as a Tool and Weapons Room, Antique Toy Room and a Textile Collection.
The Stroud Mansion also houses the Elizabeth D. Walters Library, which is open to the public and available during Stroud Mansion hours. The library has an extensive and unique collection of genealogical materials, including family files, census reports, church records, cemetery listings, newspaper clippings and more. The library also houses a wide variety of general reference materials on state and local history.