For your safety, our trails will be CLOSED from November 25th through December 9th for Hunting Season.
The Museum and Gift Shop are closed for the season and will reopen on May 1, 2024. We thank you for a great season.
Memberships for the Sanctuary can be purchased on line by using the Donate button above. It is the gift that gives all year!
Dorflinger-Suydam is a non-profit organization with a mission to offer our region and its guests unique experiences to connect with nature, the arts, history, and each other. We offer the region a 600-acre wildlife sanctuary, a glass musuem home to one the nation’s largest collection of Dorflinger Glass, concerts in July and August, and the preservation of historic sites and buildings in White Mills.
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Sanctuary Members and Wildflower Contributors can now pay member and contributor payments online. You can visit our online store at dorflinger.org/shop/
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 offers approximately five miles of nature trails for observing indigenous wildlife and waterfowl.
The museum maintains elegant displays of fine cut, etched, engraved, gilded and enameled crystal produced in Christian Dorflinger’s factories between 1852 and 1921. An on-site gift shop features an array of wares including glass jewelry and handcrafted ornaments, mostly created by hand by artists and studios in the U.S.
Wildflower Concert Series
For more than 41 years, the Wildflower Concert Series has presented quality music in a natural amphitheater, surrounded by majestic pines and sweet breezes.
Historic White Mills
From the restoration of a worker’s house to the relocation of the fire hall, work continues to save the glass heritage and history of the people of White Mills.