The Roebling Bridge, also known as the Delaware Aqueduct located on the Upper Delaware River. The Roebling Bridge, also known as the Delaware Aqueduct.
The Delaware River Watershed provides water to over 17 million people and supports a world-class trout fishery and bald eagles.

Arts & Entertainment are Alive along the UDSB

The traveling the Byway’s 71-mile length provides an amazing amount of opportunities to witness remnants of an early time. The once-busy D& H Canal has been unearthed by some local communities. The nation's oldest existing wire cable suspension bridge, built by Brooklyn Bridge designer John A. Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct in 1848 still in use today will carry your car across the River to the Zane Grey Museum in Lackawaxen, PA., the former home of the famous western novelist. Architecture found in the villages and hamlets stand as a testament of time gone by.

live music is one of the many arts and entertainment events in the region.

Many historic sites are easily visited from the Byway one is the Minisink Battleground, the site of a bloody 1779 Indian and Tory victory over Colonials. Fort Delaware in Narrowsburg is a living re-enactment of regional frontier life.

Upper Delaware communities offer year-round sporting activities, fairs, festivals, parades, ethnic celebrations, and arts programs to appeal to people of all ages. Whether it opera, music from folk to rock or jazz, art exhibits or galleries, the Byway will put you on the door step to a new cultural adventure.

Enjoy Arts, History and Entertainment on the UDSB.

• Arts & Galleries

• Historic Sites and Museums

• Music and Theatres

 

Meet us on the Byway.

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