Duration: Three days and three nights
Your first day of road tripping begins in Butler County. Wondering what’s in store for you on this journey? Of course there’s a bit of Pennsylvania history and walks through the woodlands. But, most importantly (and scarily), there are ghost tales from centuries past, cemetery strolls, and overnight stays in haunted hotels. You’re about to go on an adventure through some of this region’s most historic haunting grounds. If you’re still reading, then this is the road trip for you. Hop in and hang on. You’re in for a heart-pounding ride.
Much like the rest of Harmony, this place is rumored to have ghostly visitors wandering the halls. The inn was built way back in 1856, so who knows what spirits decided to make this their home. The Harmony Inn serves American cuisine with Mexican and German specialties. But you just can't go wrong with a steak.Read More >
For more than 200 years the Century Inn in the Village of Scenery Hill, just 15 minutes from Brownsville, has been known for its fine dining and gracious hospitality in a tranquil, romantic setting. Don't miss the show at the Zephanie Riggle's House of Entertainment — located directly across the street.Read More >
When you're ready to kick back and get some sleep, head over to this hotel just a short drive from Butler. Unlace your road-tripping boots and unwind in your guest room with some cable TV and internet access. And, if you need a bite to eat, just head down to the River City Grille and Lounge for some Authentic American cuisine. After a day on the road, you've probably worked up a mighty appetite.Read More >
Get a taste of the Steel City while watching sports and munching on appetizers, soups and sandwiches. Try the chili. It's legendary.
The super-comfortable accommodations of the elegant Omni William Penn Hotel have been attracting distinguished guests since 1916. During your overnight stay here, you’ll be tempted by award-winning food. But keep your eyes peeled — the hotel is rumored to be haunted.Read More >
On Pittsburgh's North Side, you'll find this gathering of classic houses from eras past. The Historic District served as a residential area for steel and lumber millionaires in the mid to late 1800's. These days, it's a monument to the architecture and lifestyle of Pittsburgh's good ol' days. Stop by and take a stroll through history.
A lot of birds are flying south this time of year. But at the National Aviary, there's no better time to catch up with the flock. Drop in and take a gander at their Raptors exhibit or spend some time with the flamingos. Also, it's built atop an old Civil War burial ground. Two words: ghost birds.
An old mansion with spooky stories galore and a haunted house to boot. Hundred Acres Manor is Pittsburgh's largest haunted attraction featuring five separate layers of creepiness. Lace up your running shoes and get ready for 45-minutes of scream-packed adventures.
This 17-room mansion was built in the late 1800's. It was then abandoned in 1894 after ghostly activities caused its inhabitants to flee. The mansion was left shuttered until 2004 when it was renovated and reopened for your investigation. Maybe you can get to the bottom of this creepy case.
Take a spooky thrill on the world’s first haunted hayride. Travel through the countryside on what some consider to be the most frightening trip of their lives. Journey through the woods, corn fields and into the authenticated "Haunted Barn.” And if that is not enough, they even have carnival rides, games and concessions for all to enjoy.