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Trout Hall, Allentown

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Historic Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Trout Hall is a historic home located at Allentown, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. It is one of the older homes in Allentown (1910 Walnut street is the oldest home in Allentown), built between 1768 and 1770, and is a 2 1/2-story, stone dwelling in the Georgian style. It was built as a summer home by James Allen, the third son of William Allen, founder of Allentown. Today, it houses the library and museum of the Lehigh County Historical Society.
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  • This was our first trip to Trout Hall after living in the area for many years. We are members of the county History Museum which owns Trout Hall (a short distance away) and while visiting found it...  more »
  • The building is beautiful but it should always be pointed out that some of the architecture has been updated. There are very beautiful hidden gem examples of the past. My favorite as a tour guide was....  more »

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