In the Area

Pittsburgh Attractions

One of America's most livable cities is just 30 miles from campus! Check out some of the amazing things to see and do there in our Pittsburgh Connection. Need to get to the city? We've got a Pittsburgh Pipeline for that.

Washington Attractions

Bradford House

Built in 1788, this home was the original residence of David Bradford; a successful lawyer, businessman, and Deputy Attorney General of Washington County.  Bradford was involved in the Whiskey Rebellion, which started right here in the Washington area!

KeyBank Pavilion

A popular destination to see concerts and live performances.

LeMoyne House

Pennsylvania’s first national Historic Landmark of the Underground Railroad and museum featuring period artifacts. This home and museum is dedicated to Dr. Francis Julius LeMoyne; successful doctor, reformer and builder of the first crematory in the western hemisphere.  The Lemoyne House also serves as the headquarters for the Washington County Historical Society.

Main Street Farmers Market

Spend time at this seasonal market where you can purchase locally grown produce, specialty items such as handmade pastas and cheeses, and hear from the area’s talented music scene. The Main Street Farmers Market runs from 3-6pm every Thursday from mid-May to late October.

Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village

The rockshelter features the earliest signs of human habitation dating back 16,000 years! Visitors can also explore a rural 19th century village, and 16th century prehistoric Indian village.

Mingo Creek County Park

Over 2,600 acres for guests to enjoy hiking, biking, picnic areas, and many seasonal events, including the Covered Bridge Festival.

The Tanger Outlets

Over 75 brand name outlet stores including Coach Factory, Adidas, Calvin Klein, Bose Factory Store, Harry and David, and many more!

Sarris Candies

Specialty chocolate and candies company. Stop by to check out their 1,500 pound chocolate castle, or enjoy an ice-cream treat in their old-fashioned ice cream parlor.

The Spring House

This family-owned and operated dairy farm and restaurant features country comfort food at it's best, as well as a from-scratch bakery, and seasonal events.

The Washington Wild Things

Washington County's local Frontier League baseball and beautiful ballpark is an entertaining evening for a lot of our students!