Since 1980, the nearly 600-acre grounds of the Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary have preserved the natural beauty and wildlife of northeastern Pennsylvania.
The Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary is dedicated to the preservation of woodlands and open spaces…and so much more.
The Sanctuary is home to the Dorflinger Glass Museum, a museum dedicated to preserving the magnificent glass made in White Mills from 1852 to 1921. With over 900 pieces of cut, engraved, etched, gilded and enameled crystal, the museum proudly displays the nation’s largest collection of Dorflinger glass.
During the summer months, the tranquil Sanctuary gives life to the Wildflower Music Festival. This annual outdoor music festival brings the finest musicians to the area, performing classical, jazz, folk, bluegrass, and chamber repertoires. There is no better place to be on a Saturday evening than under the majestic pines, listening to quality music while enjoying a picnic supper and glass of wine.
Miles of well-maintained walking trails clear the mind and refresh the soul. During winter months, there is a special solitude in the slish of cross-country skiis breaking through the snow.