Easton’s unique location at the crux of the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers sets it in the center of rich history and culture. Settled in 1739 on 1,000 acres owned by Thomas Penn, this city is now home to over 27,000 people. Only about 55 miles from Philadelphia, Easton was the third site in the newly formed United States to have the Declaration of Independence read aloud. Today, Crayola crayons are still made in Easton, and visitors can check out plenty of dining and historical sites around the four districts.
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