Delmont in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Battlefields. Discover best things to do in Delmont with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Delmont
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Bushy Run Battlefield preserves and interprets for citizens and visitors the site of this pivotal battle fought between British and Native Americans during the conflict known as Pontiac's War (1763-64). Highlights of the site include the interpretive exhibit, "The March to Bushy Run" at the site's visitor center, as well as guided and self-guided tours, special events and educational programs.
My family took an unexpected trip here one day. We walked the grounds only - no tour, no museum. We were SO very glad we did; it was a learning experience for us all. We walked the grounds, reading the placards set up along the way. It is a beautiful area, with rolling fields, and you can almost hear the winds of history whisper as you walk these hallowed grounds. It is a prime location for some beautiful photos. Alongside the one parking inlet, there is a beautiful log cabin, which made for some stunning photos. There are walking trails through the woods, which also made for some stunning photo ops. We packed lunch and drinks (it was a very hot day) and spent a leisurely few hours walking and hiking the grounds. It is not far from North Huntingdon, PA, and is well worth the mere twenty or so minutes that it takes to get there from that point. Highly recommend.
4 based on 18 reviews
Stopped in after a Pirates game for a quick dinner. The beer was average. The IPA was good enough but didn't push any limits. The blonde ale was training wheels craft beer, but my Coors drinking dad liked it. The 2014 Baltic Porter should have been better. Got three pizzas on pre-made crust that were disappointing but at least my seven year old was happy. I may go back to try more beers to check the entire selection but will definitely have other dining plans.
4.5 based on 98 reviews
The old theater has been lovingly restored and kept up very well. It has shows from concerts to plays to special local events to comedians. It has seen names such as (these are ones I attended) Kenny Rogers, George Carlin, Chi Lites, Travis Tritt, Blue Man Group, Stomp and so many more, even I have been to, that I can't even remember!
5 based on 2 reviews
Direct Jewelry Outlet Murrysville offers wedding bands in 14kt, 18kt, yellow gold, white gold, palladium, or platinum. We also offer earrings, bracelets, chains, rings, pins, brooches, and lockets - both pre-manufactured and custom made. **We also offer Repair Services** We buy: Gold, Platinum, Silver, All coins, All jewelry, Gold dental crowns & partials, Large diamonds & Sterling silverware.
The Direct Jewelry is a great place to purchase jewelry, coins, and gifts. I always enjoyed my visit to this establishment. The service is top notch and I had a problem with a bracelet i purchased for my wife and they took care of the problem ASAP.
Thank you Direct Jewelry for making it easy for me to purchase items for my wife and gifts for others.
3.5 based on 59 reviews
I took my two grand daughters to this restaurant. They played for a while in the play area. I looked around inside and read the history displays about the origination of McDonalds, the history of the Big Mac, and the different advertising and packaging used over time. I really enjoyed the information. My grand daughters were shocked it hear me say that the Big Mac cost only 15 cents. That was in 1968. They were also surprised that I could say "twoallbeefpattysspecialsaucelettucecheesepicklesonionsonasessameseedbun" in less than four seconds. The burgers and chicken we ordered were hot, fresh and very good. It was a really neat experience.
5 based on 7 reviews
Valhalla Indoor Axe Throwing, yes, you heard that right, Indoor Axe Throwing! Book a party, corporate event, date night, join a league or just walk in and let off some steam. When you come in, you will be set up with a coach who will go over the safety instructions and teach you how to throw an axe. Come in and release your inner savage!!! We also have outdoor youth archery!
I am like almost 50. My daughter wanted to give this a try. As always I said ok. First of all make a reservation, 2nd as soon as you walk into this place you can tell its a very professional, clean, saftey first and your greeted as soon as walk in. I feel its kinda cheap on the price side. I thought 20 bucks per person is very fair. You are given very detailed instructions. Then have at it. We had a blast. Do this for the first time for an hour is pretty good. I know I used muscles that are going to be sore tomorrow. I will go back for sure and I will tell everyone about it. It was a great time....
5 based on 3 reviews
Bold and powerful preaching. Super friendly folks. Great children's program! No gimmicks, no games, no gossip. Just the way church should be. A place where God is honored and where His Word is taken seriously!
5 based on 43 reviews
The Westmoreland Museum of American Art is located just 35 miles east of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in the heart of historic Greensburg, tucked amidst the breathtaking Laurel Highlands. The Westmoreland is a regional museum with a national presence. But, it's more than a museum. It's a destination that presents a unique look at American life. Built to inspire and engage, it's a place for people from all corners of the world to gather and experience American art. The Westmoreland's collection includes works by major artists from four centuries. It also captures the region's rich agrarian and industrial past by placing local history within the greater context of our nation. The Museum is home to more than 3,400 objects of fine and decorative American art, including a new collection of post-1950 artwork. And, every work of art has a story to tell. After a dramatic renovation and expansion, The "New" Westmoreland has become a true 21st century museum with increased gallery and education spaces, enhanced community-oriented programming, and an architecturally-dynamic and LEED-certified new wing to feature traveling exhibitions. Visitors to The "New" Westmoreland will build a deeper relationship with the Museum's diverse collection, and develop a deeper appreciation for American art.
It's worth seeing the updated Museum of Art for the architecture itself. And, the view from the upper level is amazing. Add an exceptional permanent collection, a variety of short term exhibits and installations, project nights, Jazz during the winter, Free days with cafe, you have a great way to spend a day or evening. One can be a member; yet nonmembers are, also, welcomed and encouraged. There are complimentary lectures as well as venues with nominal costs. Something for everyone ~ young, old, teens, and in between. I recently visited for a specialty event and was able to view the latest installation. It was amazing.
5 based on 1 reviews
Oak Hollow Park is great for walking with a nice children's playground, A covered pavilion for picnics. They have many activities throughout the year. They have a large 10,000 easter egg hunt a week before Easter
4.5 based on 47 reviews
Westmoreland Mall, located in Greensburg, PA, offers fine stores, a Carmike Cinema Movie Theater, and many specialty shops. Grab a bite to eat at one of many eateries such as Buffalo Wild Wings.
This mall has all of the normal anchor stores and small shops. It is a typical mall, though larger than most. The holiday train ride is a hit with small kids. The line to see Santa is long and takes a long time. Kids are pretty fidgety by the time they get to Santa.
There is a pretty good food court and an attached Panera that has better food.
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