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Historic Towns in Laurel Highlands PA
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  • Frank Lloyd Wrights Fallingwater
    1491 Mill Run Road Mill Run, PA 15464
  • Addison Toll House Addison, PA 15411
    Native Cut Stone Structure.  Tollgate #1 on the Historic National Road.  Built in 1835 when the sites became responsible for maintaining the road.
  • PO Box 144 Confluence, PA 15424-0144
    Nestled in the Laurel Highlands, between Laurel Ridge and Mt. Davis, Confluence is at junction of the Casselman and Youghiogheny Rivers, and Laurel Hill Creek.  Close-by is a multitude of outdoor...
  • Main Street Donegal, PA 15628
    Donegal is a quaint town located in the Laurel Highlands. A quick stop at the Old General Store & Country Pie Shoppe will set you up with home-style baked goods and nostalgic candy. Grab a quick ...
  • Market Street Ligonier, PA 15658
    Ligonier is a beautiful town tucked away in the foothills of the Laurel Highlands. Abigail's Coffeehouse is a great pit stop for a hot drink and a sweet treat. Once you're energized, hit the s...
  • One Washington Parkway Farmington, PA 15437
  • Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association Member
    7690 Somerset Pike Jennerstown, PA 15547
    Fine dining in enchanting natural setting, next door to historic Mountain Playhouse. Wine Spectator Award winner in 2005-2007. Offering events such as First Friday Wine Tastings, Second Friday Beer...
  • Front and 3rd Streets Brownsville, PA 15417
    The three most important factors in the growth of America were its rivers, its roadways, and finally its railroads. Brownsville, Pennsylvania profited from all three. Its rich and diverse history...
  • 809 Forbes Trl. Rd. Greensburg, PA 15601
    Visit Historic Hanna's Town, a partially reconstructed late-18th century village that was the site of the first English courts west of the Allegheny Mountains. It was attacked and burned by Native...
  • 216 S. Market St. Ligonier, PA 15658-1242
    In 1758, during the French and Indian war, General John Forbes ordered the construction of a "Post at Loyalhanna," fifty miles from Fort Duquesne, which sat on the forks of the Ohio River (in...
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