Attractions & Activities in Pittsburgh & Its Countryside PA

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  • 310 Fifth Street Ellwood City, PA 16117
    Our goal is to "collect, protect and preserve the history of Ellwood City and the surrounding area". Our museum contains many artifacts including glass pieces from Northwood and Rock Point Park. We...
  • 1084 Main Street Enon Valley, PA 16120
        The home of the Enon Valley Community Historical Society was the lone survivor of a 1920 fire which destroyed an entire block. It is currently being renovated. When completed, it will house and...
  • Erskine Road West Alexander, PA 15376
    Built in 1845 by William Gordon, this is the oldest bridge in the country. It sits only one-tenth of a mile from the West Virginia border, which makes the Erskine Bridge the bridge farthest west in...
  • 204C S. Jackson St. Evans City, PA 16033
    The Evans City Area Historical Society features its very own museum, containing artifacts and memorabilia of the area's oil boom and railroads. Local history museum includes oil boom, railroads....
  • 540 Fairground Hill Rd. Butler, PA 16001
    One of Western Pennsylvania's premier party, meeting, and family entertainment stops with regular or cyber bowling, laser tag, an arcade, or adult guests can stop in to Spare-Time Lounge.
  • I-279 at the Allegheny River Pittsburgh, PA 15219
    The Fort Duquesne Bridge is an essential like in downtown Pittsburgh as it crosses the Point and connects to the Fort Pitt Bridge. Completed in 1968, the bridge is one of many you will find in the...
  • River Rd. & Insurance St. Beaver, PA 15009
    History lovers can visit Fort McIntosh, U.S. military post and the site of Treaty of Fort McIntosh, 1785. Visitors can see partial restoration of fort site. Also, historic artifacts from the...
  • 101 Commonwealth Pl. Pittsburgh, PA 15222
    The Fort Pitt Block House is Pittsburgh's oldest architectural landmark and is located in Point State Park. Constructed in 1764, the building served as a military redoubt of Fort Pitt during...
  • 601 Commonwealth Pl. Pittsburgh, PA 15222
    The Fort Pitt Museum, located in historic Point State Park in downtown Pittsburgh, is a two-floor, 12,000-square-foot museum that tells the story of Western Pennsylvania's pivotal role during the...
  • 7227 Reynolds St. Pittsburgh, PA 15208-2919
    The Frick Art and Historical Center is open to the public thanks to the generosity of Helen Clay Frick. Throughout her life, Helen retained a fondness for "Clayton", her childhood home. It was her...
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