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  • 711 Edgehill Dr. Johnstown, PA 15905
    Ride the world's steepest vehicular inclined plane railway with its 71.9% grade. Built in 1891 after the Great Johnstown Flood. Offers a panoramic view of the valley. Visitor center, restaurant,...
  • 242 Lake Rd. Saint Michael, PA 15951
    The Miners Memorial Museum preserves the region's coal mining heritage. The museum features coal mining exhibits, artifacts, and more. 1.4 miles from the Johnstown National Flood Museum.
  • Covered Bridge Rd. Tire Hill, PA 15959
    The Shaffer Covered Bridge was built in 1879 and is open to light traffic.
  • 450 Schoolhouse Rd. Johnstown, PA 15904-2912
    The Johnstown gallery is housed in the Pasquerilla Performing Arts Center at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, and, working in partnership with the University, develops an exhibition...
  • 418 Broad St Johnstown, PA 15906-2717
    Built around 1860, the Wagner-Ritter House & Garden was home to three generations of an immigrant steelworker's family. Today, it is a restored house museum that tells the story of the domestic...
  • 601-15th Street Windber, PA 19633
    The museum is the original house in Windber owned by the Shaffer Family before Berwind Coal Co. came and developed the town.
  • Graham Avenue & 15th Street Windber, PA 15963
    The only Eastern U.S. interactive coal museum featuring the Rescue @ Quecreek exhibit and telling the stories of everyday lives of miners and their families. Hours: May - Oct: Tues. - Sat. 10 a.m. ...
  • 501 15th Street Windber, PA 15963
    The Windber Coal Heritage Center is the only interactive museum in the eastern U.S. dedicated to telling the story of the everyday lives of miners and their families, the evolution of coal mining ...
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