Attractions & Activities in Laurel Highlands PA

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  • 288 S.R. 711 Jones Mills, PA 15646
    724-593-8300
    A great family experience where you can pet, feed and enjoy friendly animals from all over the world.Get face to face with all types of animals for interaction; opportunities not available at other...
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  • Route 3007 Ursina, PA 15485
    814-445-6431
    Built in 1891, the Lower Humbert Covered Bridge has a king-post truss system with wooden arches.
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  • 562 Berlin Plank Rd. Somerset, PA 15501-2413
    724-443-3340
    19-hole miniature golf course located 1 mile south of downtown Somerset. Open weekends in May and daily from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Hours: Sat., Sun. and holidays: 1 p.m. - 9 p.m.,...
  • 527 Main St. Myersdale, PA 15552-1039
    814-634-5743
    Restored Western Maryland train station on the Allegheny Highlands trail. Interpretive Center, Anticipated opening Spring of 2007.
  • 839 Mill Run Rd. Mill Run, PA 15464-1050
    724-455-2929
    Experience a thrill-a-second on two 400-foot slides Located in Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Camp-Resort. Enjoy a fun filled day of water sliding then stay in one of our Luxury Cabins and sit around...
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  • Brashear and Front streets Brownsville, PA 15417
    724-785-6882
    The Brownsville Historical Society operates historic Nemacolin Castle on Front St. in Brownsville, Pa. Come and visit us! Step back in time to America's frontier period, the trading post era of...
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  • Town Hill Rd. New Baltimore, PA 15553
    814-445-6431
    Built in 1878, the New Baltimore Covered Bridge crosses Juniata Creek. It is open to light traffic.
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  • 927 Wilkins Hollow Rd., Box 106 Addison, PA 15411-2136
    814-395-5584
    Old Petersburg/Addison Historical Museum is full of history from the Confluence/Addison area. They also offer family histories. The museum is located in Southern Somerset County.
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  • Packsaddle Rd. Fairhope, PA 15538
    814-445-6431
    The Packsaddle Covered Bridge is considered the most scenic covered bridge in Somerset County. It was built in 1870 and has a multiple king-post truss system.
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  • Main Street Addison, PA 15411
    814-233-5238
    Visit yesteryear's 1835 "Beacon” and relive the pioneers' journey. Petersburg, Gate 1, is the only original, hand-cut native stone tollhouse still standing along the first federally funded...
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