Attractions & Activities in The Alleghenies PA

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  • On Corbin Road over the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River Huntingdon, PA 16652
    Corbin's Bridge is a one-lane bridge with a unique suspension structure. It underwent reconstruction in 1998.
  • 110 Webster Hill Rd. Cresson, PA 16630-1782
    The Cresson Area Historical Association sponsors many events throughout the year that focus on preserving the heritage of the Cresson area.
  • Route 96 New Paris, PA 15554
    This rustic and weathered bridge has open sides and is of Burr truss design. It crosses Dunnings Creek.
  • 41 Water St Allensville, PA 17002
    Welcome to Dayze Gone Bye Carriage & Sleigh Rides located in Allensville, Pennsylvania. Our horse drawn carriages feature a unique look into life in days gone by. Enjoy our scenic "Big Valley"...
  • 4352 E. Pleasant Valley Blvd. Tipton, PA 16684
    DelGrosso's Park & Laguna Splash Water Park - Family Fun & Famous Food!...
  • Bedford County Visitors Bureau Schellsburg, PA 15559
    Located in Bedford County, this bridge contributes to the deep heritage in the southwest part of the state.
  • 112 W. Foster Ave., Ste. 1 State College, PA 16801
    Discovery Space of Central Pennsylvania is an exciting new museum where children ages two to 12 can experience science first hand. With 4,000 square feet of interactive exhibits, Discovery Space...
  • 116 Deike Bldg., Penn State University University Park, PA 16802
    The Museum contains exhibits on science and art . The art focuses on early to mid 20th century mineral industries (coal mines, steel mills, quarries, oil & gas, etc.). The science gallery has...
  • GHOST TOWN TRAIL Vintondale, PA 15961
    The Eliza Furnace is a National Register site regarded as one of Pennsylvania's best preserved iron furnaces. Dating from 1846 the Eliza Furnace is one of only a few iron furnaces remaining in the...
  • Route 22 Williamsburg, PA 16693
    Built in 1808, the Etna Furnace was one of the earliest iron furnaces in the region. Today visitors can view many of the remaining structures.
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