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  • 520 N. Main St. Meadville, PA 16335-3903
    814-332-6755
    A unique place where students embrace the college's total educational experience.
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  • 16709 Conneaut Lake Rd Meadville, PA 16335-3747
    814-333-1258
    At Titusville, consider a stop at Drake Well Museum just south of town before setting out. From Titusville, follow Rt. 27 to Meadville. Take Rt. 102 from Meadville to Harmonsburg, turn onto Rt. 618...
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  • 50 N. Water Ave. Sharon, PA 16146-1344
    From the town of Mercer (just off I-80 in the southeast corner of the county), take Rt. 258 west to Rt. 18 north. Immediately on the north side of the Rt. 18 Shenango Reservoir causeway, turn right...
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  • 2619 E. State St. Hermitage, PA 16148-2719
    First installed during the Iranian Hostage crisis, today the 444 banners along the Avenue of Flags serve as a tribute to freedom and patriotism.
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  • 316 Elliott Rd. Grove City, PA 16127-6708
    724-458-8550
    When Norman Staub purchased 12 animals from South Dakota just over ten years ago, he created a ranch that has become a great, intriguing attraction. If you long to peer into the past to see an icon...
  • Diamond Park Meadville, PA 16335-2694
    A monument to all the soldiers who died in the Civil War.
  • 160 E. Front St. Erie, PA 16507-1554
    Mortally wounded during his brilliant defense of Little Round Top during the Battle of Gettysburg, Vincent was honored with a monument in 1995. This life-sized statue, a rendition of courage and...
  • Bicentennial Park at Mead Ave. Bridge Meadville, PA 16335
    814-724-6000
    Visit a replica of David Mead's log cabin, the first permanent settlement in northwestern Pennsylvania.
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  • Route 8 Near Woodlawn Cemetery Titusville, PA 16354
    814-827-2797
    The man who first sank an oil well is buried in Woodlawn cemetery and is commemorated by Niehaus's bronze figure The Driller.
  • Bounded by the Allegheny River, Kerr Ave. Hickory, and Center Streets Emlenton, PA 16373
    814-432-5823
    The Emlenton Historic District features buildings and loads of history from the time when this area was the center of the oil industry in the country. Emlenton has plenty of antique shops and...
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