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  • 5578 Old William Penn Highway Export, PA 15668
    724-519-2145
    Our Mission...  Brew quality, craft beer using the freshest ingredients, state of the art brewing processes and sustainable packaging to deliver a distinctive craft beer experience. The Rivertowne...
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  • 2582 Rte. 30 Ligonier, PA 15658
    724-238-3666
    Idlewild & SoakZone has been named "Best Children's Park in the World" by Amusement Today Magazine. Family amusement park featuring seven theme areas of fun. Included are Story Book Forest, Mister...
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  • 147 Keslar Rd. Rector, PA 15677
    724-593-9400
    The WWM is home to a large collection of wild game specimens indigenous to North America and South America. Visitors can experience first hand a variety of animals, and records of their habits and...
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  • Route 653 Somerset, PA 15501
    814-445-6431
    King's Covered Bridge crosses Laurel Hill Creek. First built in the late 1800s, it was repaired in 1905 but today is closed to traffic. The bridge can still be seen and photographed from the road.
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  • 42 Bridge St. Dunbar, PA 15431
    724-277-8800
    Come visit Pennsylvania's newest coke oven; bike the Sheepskin Trail and enjoy the views of Dunbar Creek. Free Admission. Open year round, May - December: Friday and Saturday: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. 
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  • Route 217 Derry, PA 15627
    724-694-3210
    This park features a railroad display and also hosts the annual Railroad Days Festival in September.
  • Route 669 Springs, PA 15562
    814-442-4594
    Since 1957 we have operated a museum displaying the life of the early settlers of the Casselman Valley.  We sponsor a Farmers' Market which has just celebrated its 25th anniversary, the 60th...
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  • 300 Fraser Purchase Rd Latrobe, PA 15650-2667
    724-537-0304
    Plan a visit to Saint Vincent Gristmill, General Store, Coffeehouse, and Museum. Since 1854, Benedictine monks have been milling flour and grains in the historic gristmill built by Saint Vincent...
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  • 416 S. Main St, Rear Greensburg, PA 15601
    724-832-7904
    The Greensburg Volunteer Fire Department was organized on January 12, 1891, and included Hose Company #1 and Hose Company #2. The City's original firefighting equipment consisted of two hose carts...
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  • 9051 State Rte. 30 North Huntingdon, PA 15642
    724-863-9837
    Say CHEESE! in front of the world's largest Big Mac. The world's most popular sandwich, the Big Mac, was created 40 years ago in western Pennsylvania. With billions sold and over 900 million sold...
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