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Washington County Attractions

Visit some of the great places and historic attractions of Washington County, Pennsylvania, including parks, museums, sports arenas, concert venues and covered bridges.
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C. T. Miller Vineyards
Located in southwestern Pennsylvania, just 45 minutes south of Pittsburgh, Ted and Janet Miller produce wines solely from the grapes harvested from their seven-acre vineyard. Vineyard open for tastings and tours on weekends April through December. Retail location open year round.

Iceoplex @ Southpointe
Full service recreation facility features ice skating, ice hockey, inline hockey, soccer, basketball, lacrosse, figure skating school and birthday parties. Coffee bar, health club and restaurant on site. Canonsburg, Washington County.

Little Lake Theatre Company
Community theater founded in 1949 offers mainstage productions, the summer Looking Glass Theatre and Fall Family Matinees. Plus, Theatre Arts Summer Camp for teens and "I Can Do That" acting classes for adults.

The Meadows
Outstanding harness racing track in Washington County is a popular part of Pittsburgh's professional sports scene. Year-round live horse races, plus fine and casual dining.

David Bradford House
Learn about the famed Whisky Rebellion at this 18th century home of David Bradford, a prominent attorney and leader in the rebellion. David Bradford and his family lived in this Washington County house -- a mansion by frontier standards -- from 1788 to 1794.

LeMoyne House
Pennsylvania's first National Historic Landmark of the Underground Railroad, LeMoyne House is one of only seven such sites in the United States. The stately stone house in Washington County is open for tours.

Meadowcroft Museum of Rural Life
This wonderful, off-the-beaten-path destination recreates the story of life in Western Pennsylvania over the past 16,000 years. Explore a charming 19th century village or the internationally-known archaeological dig at the Meadowcroft Rockshelter, where the first Americans lived over 16,000 years ago.

Nemacolin Castle
This tudor style house with octagonal tower and battlements has 22 furnished rooms showing the stages of change from trading post to castle. Learn about tours and upcoming events.

Pennsylvania Trolley Museum
Just 30 minutes south of Pittsburgh, you can climb aboard a restored streetcar and head out for a scenic 4-mile ride into the past. Almost 50 historic trolleys from various eras are on display in the museum.

Post Gazette Pavilion
Home to great outdoor concerts by national acts, Post Gazette Pavilion is located in Burgettstown, Washington County.

Quaker Ridge Winery
Located in historic Washington, Pennsylvania, this family run winery offers free wine tasting and free local delivery. Their wines have won more than 20 awards since 1993, and they create a wide variety from dry reds to fruit flavored dessert wines.

Washington Wild Things
The Washington Wild Things professional baseball, the way it's supposed to be...affordable and fun! The Wild Things challenge other Frontier League Teams between Memorial Day and Labor Day at Falconi Field.

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