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Explore Washington County

No matter what you want to do, you can do it right here. Shop until your heart’s content, or spend your days outdoors. Whether you like
history, sports or arts & entertainment, we are ready to share the energy. And we have the facilities and services to make you feel at home.

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History

Historic Sites

David Bradford House

David Bradford, a leader of the 1791 – 1794 Whiskey Rebellion, built this National Historic Landmark in 1788; now operating as a museum interpreting 18th Century lifestyle.

175 South Main Street
Washington, PA 15301

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Duncan & Miller Glass Museum

Tour a stunning collection of glass, glassmaking tools and memorabilia from 1865-1955. Duncan & Miller was called “the loveliest glassware in America.”

525 Jefferson Avenue
Washington, PA 15301

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LeMoyne House

Built in 1812, this beautiful home is Pennsylvania's first National Historic Landmark of the Underground Railroad, which provided a safe haven for slaves finding freedom. Call to schedule a tour of The LeMoyne Crematory and Frontier History Center as well.

49 East Maiden Street
Washington, PA 15301

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Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village

History 16,000 years in the making!  Explore the prehistoric Meadowcroft Rockshelter, 16th Century Indian village life, the 18th Century frontier and 19th Century rural life.

401 Meadowcroft Road
Avella, PA 15312

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Pennsylvania Trolley Museum

Experience living history through scenic rides on vintage streetcars.  Features nearly 50 trolleys on display as well as film, exhibits, museum store and picnic area.

One Museum Road
Washington, PA 15301

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Donora Smog Museum

Showcases Donora's history while focusing on the 1948 smog disaster that resulted in over 20 lives lost and its environmental impact.  Customized group tours available upon request.

595 McKean Avenue
Donora, PA 15033

McDonald Trail Station and History Center

Located near the intersection of the Panhandle and Montour Trails, this facility preserves and displays the town of McDonald’s history.  Serves as a welcome center for trail users and site of Summer farm market.

160 South McDonald Street
McDonald, PA 15057

Monongahela Cemetery

With 160 acres, the non-sectarian Monongahela Cemetery is the largest burial ground in the Monongahela Valley.

800 Country Club Road
Monongahela, PA  15063

Monongahela River Buffs Museum

The facility is open on the second and fourth Saturdays of each month from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. It may also be visited by appointment.

175 Second Street
Monongahela, PA 15063

National Cemetery of the Alleghenies

Burials at the National Cemetery began in 2005. Notable persons buried here: "Tuskegee Airman" Charles William Tate and Dr. Roland Harding.

1158 Morgan Road
Bridgeville, PA 15017

National Road Heritage Corridor

Today, overlaid in part by Route 40, the 90-mile Historic National Road reveals the culture and scenery of America's first federally-funded highway.  County landmarks include the "S Bridge", Madonna of the Trail and historic obelisk markers located every mile.

65 West Main Street
Suite 103
Uniontown, PA 15401

Washington Cemetery

Founded by Sarah Foster Hanna, President of the Washington Female Seminary, The Washington Cemetery is a perpetual record of yesterday and a sanctuary today.

498 Park Avenue
Washington, PA 15301

Washington County Covered Bridges

Take a scenic scavenger hunt to find all of Washington County’s 23 charming, historic covered bridges. Contact us for maps and directions.

Wright House Museum of Western Expansion

Open May - December. Our time period 1760 - 1860 offers insight into area and Wright Family history. Call for hours and events.

815 Venetia Road
Venetia, PA 15367