Attractions & Activities in Laurel Highlands PA

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  • 7083 National Pike Smock, PA 15480
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  • 2430 Pittsburgh Rd Smock, PA 15480-2024
    724-677-2589
    The world's first Haunted Hayride! For most people the hayride lasts 30 minutes, for others, it lasts a lifetime! Travel through the country side on what some consider to be the most frightening...
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  • 140 Church Camp Trl. Bolivar, PA 15923
    724-238-3677
    The Antiochian Heritage Museum is located at Antiochian Village Conference & Retreat Center in the Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania on Route 711 North of Ligonier. The museum features a permanent...
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  • Off Rt 281 to Ream Road to Covered Bridge Road Rockwood, PA 15557
    814-445-6431
    Built around 1845, the two-span Barronvale Bridge is the longest covered bridge in Somerset County. The wooden arches were added when repairs were made to the bridge in 1907. It spans the Laurel...
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  • East of Rt. 136, Northeast of West Newton West Newton, PA 15089
    Bells Mills is the last remaining covered bridge in Westmoreland County and connects Sewickley and South Huntingdon Township and Route 136 to I-70.
  • 400 Vine St Berlin, PA 15530-1118
    814-267-5987
    Center has 350 genealogy files on area families, including 5,000 obituaries. Log house on Main Street is a museum.
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  • 9061 Route 30 West North Huntingdon, PA 15642
    Tastiest Museum celebrating The Big Mac                                             ...
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  • 9051 State Rte. 30 North Huntingdon, PA 15642
    724-863-9837
    Say CHEESE! in front of the world's largest Big Mac. The world's most popular sandwich, the Big Mac, was created 40 years ago in western Pennsylvania. With billions sold and over 900 million sold...
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  • 69 Market St Brownsville, PA 15417-1777
    724-785-9331
    The Brownsville Area Revitalization Corporation is dedicated to the revitalization of the greater Brownsville Area.
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  • 69 Market St. Brownsville, PA 15417-1777
    724-785-9331
    Experience Historic Brownsville during National Road Era-westward migration-early 1800s and Industrial era of coal and coke-early 1900's. Must visit, first Cast Iron Bridge in America-Nemacolin...
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