Historic Trout Hall

414 W. Walnut St.
Allentown, PA 18102- Map It
(610) 435-1074

AAA Editor Notes

Historic Trout Hall, 414 W. Walnut St. at Fourth St., is a Georgian-style colonial stone mansion built as a summer retreat in 1770 for James Allen, son of community founder William Allen. The Allens, a Loyalist family, sought refuge here during the Revolution. It was restored in 1918 by the Lehigh County Historical Society. The home is furnished in period. Entrance is by guided tour only.
(includes Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum) $5; $3 (ages 5-12).
Hours: Sat.-Sun. 1-4, May-Sept.