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Antoine Dutot Museum and Gallery


We are an art gallery and museum, presenting work by top regional artists as well as a fascinating history of Delaware Water Gap, PA, a town so popular a century ago that it was second only to Saratoga Springs, NY, as an inland tourist destination in the United States.

The museum and gallery are housed in a charming brick school house (circa 1850). The building served as the borough's school for 99 years (until 1969), and that history is recalled with a recreated 1920s classroom upstairs.


Meg Pohe Rose

Monday, Jan. 29, 2018
A local gem with historical documents, movies, knowledgeable volunteer staff in a restored setting. Live and learn Pocono history while enjoying outstanding displays by local, and sometimes not so local, artists.

Rudolph Kornmann

Tuesday, Sep. 26, 2017
Saw nice exhibit of works by a local artist that were for sale. Catering was great.

Christine Griffin

Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013
Truly a Gem! This historic schoolhouse features a gorgeous art gallery with high calibre regional art, and upstairs, an exquisite historical collection and an old time classroom. The facility has a kitchen and is ideal for small events: Parking in the neighborhood is ample, and the grounds are lovely. Find the Dutot Museum off the eastern most PA exist on route 80, exit 309. Delaware Water Gap is a folksy, fun little village right on the Delaware River, nestled at the base of Mt. Minsi Appalachian Trail access, with fantastic restaurants and some local crafts and boutique shopping.... so there is plenty of fun nearby! In April, the Dutot hosts the Delaware River Eco Film & Earth Fest, with sustainable crafters and farmers, childrens faerie costume parade, and screenings of the most relevant ecologic films. 2013, the Fest will feature Bidder 70, Living Downstream and Gasland, and take place Sat April 20 and Sunday April 21

Hal Jalikeakick

Friday, June 26, 2015
Great museum with wonderful art exhibits and a nice selection of local history.

E Ed

Thursday, Sep. 7, 2017

Antoine Dutot Museum and Gallery is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media