Region: Pittsburgh & Its Countryside
Saxonburg's Main Street retains much of its original character and features 32 buildings that are more than 100-years old. The street was named to the National Register of Historic Places. As you browse through the shops, don’t miss the plaques along the way that tell the historic significance of the structures. Despite its small size, Saxonburg is big on charm. The community hosts several events and festivals each year that bring thousands of visitors to its tree-lined streets. Include the Saxonburg museum on your visit for an in-depth look at the town’s history including exhibits on communications, blacksmith, and the general store.