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  • Southeast of Avella Avella, PA 15312
    Wilson's Mill Covered Bridge spans Cross Creek in Cross Creek Township.
  • 1998 Hemlock Acres Rd. Smicksburg, PA 16256-2808
    814-257-8797
    Award-winning winery produces and bottles more than 8,000 gallons of wine every year. A spectacular Amish-built timber-framed building houses the winery, tasting room, gift shop and a frontier museum.
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  • 1026 Winfield Rd. Cabot, PA 16023-3104
    724-352-9589
    WinField Winery, Butler County’s newest, award winning winery. Recently recognized at a Pennsylvania wine competition in Harrisburg by winning a gold, silver and three bronze awards, John...
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  • P.O. Box 15439 Pittsburgh, PA 15237
    412-977-9313
    The mission of The Woiner Foundation is to fight melanoma and pancreatic cancer by increasing awareness, supporting patients, survivors and families and fundraising for research.  The Woiner...
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  • 1375 Washington Pike route 50 Bridgeville, PA 15017-2821
    412-221-0348
    Step back in time at Woodville plantation, the home of John and Presley Neville, Western Pennsylvania's principal link to the late 18th century. See how Pittsburgh's wealthiest citizens lived...
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  • RIDGE ROAD Eighty Four, PA 15330
    724-228-5520
    The Wright Bridge has a tin-covered gable roof with vertical plank siding that is painted barn red inside and out. The deck, abutments, wingwalls, and timber supports resting in the stream are...
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  • TEMPLETON RUN ROAD West Finley, PA 15377
    Originally located in West Finley this 1915 Queenpost bridge was moved to East Finley Park in 2001. The vertical plank siding is painted red both inside and out and festures a tin covered gable...
  • 111 W. New Castle St. Zelienople, PA 16063-1151
    724-452-6610
    The Zelienople Historical Society is located in Buhl House, one of the homes of Zelienople's founders, built in 1805. The society displays artifacts of the town's past and has a research library.
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  • 243 S. Main St. Zelienople, PA 16063-1151
    724-452-9457
    The Passavant House is a Federal style home built in 1808 for Zélie Basse Passavant, the town's namesake. ...
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