Cooper’s Catering is proud to work with The Tripp House for bridal showers, engagement parties, REHEARSAL dinners, wedding receptions and private parties.
The Tripp House is Lackawanna County’s Oldest Home a Federal house built by early New England settlers. It has been described by the National Heritage Corporation as, “more than any building in Scranton, an expression of the City’s history. Few houses outside the metropolitan areas of the Eastern seaboard posses so many of the finest characteristics of the period.”
The Main Room
Situated on the left of the Foyer, the Main Dining Room, with six round tables for eight, comfortably seats 48 guests.
A beautiful double marble fireplace graces the wall between two archways that lead into the adjoining Smoking Room.
The Smoking Room, as it is traditionally referred to, although smoking is no longer permitted in the Tripp House, is on the left of the Foyer and can be set up as an extension of the Main Dining Room for larger parties or events.
The Foyer, with Victorian embellishments and a beautiful staircase, offers guests their first glimpse of the Tripp House’s elegant, historical, atmosphere. The centrally situated Foyer offers access to all the rooms of this gracious home-like setting.
The Reception Room
The Reception Room, on the right of the Foyer, has a set of windows overlooking the front porch and a beautiful marble fireplace. Two separate doorways into the Sunroom, which is often set up as the Bar, offer guests easy circulation.
The Dining Room
The Dining Room, with access from both the Reception Room and the Foyer, is often set up for buffet dining.
The Sunroom, with two walls of tall windows, is situated off the Reception Room and is often set up as the Bar.
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the Tripp House
1011 N. Main Ave
Scranton, PA 18508 USA
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