Connellsville is a city in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, United States, 50 miles (80 km) southeast of Pittsburgh on the Youghiogheny River, a tributary of the Monongahela River. It is part of the Pittsburgh Metro Area. The population was 7,637 at the 2010 census, down from 9,146 at the 2000 census.
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5 based on 2 reviews
Perched on a rock above a gushing waterfall, this historic house was built for a Pittsburgh family by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1930s, ingeniously designed to blend harmoniously into the tranquil and beautiful woods around it.
Designed by one of the US’s most iconic architects this place really was one of his masterpieces and a turning point in architecture around the world.
Not cheap to get in and also very popular I recommend you book a tour well in advance especially in the busier seasons.
Well worth a look around both inside and from the grounds around it.
Interesting house with great guides to tell you all about the who’s and whys things were done as they were.
4.5 based on 501 reviews
Honestly found this property more compelling a creation than the famous Fallingwater.
Once discovering that Wright actually never saw the finished product makes it that much more brilliant.
Filled with custom furniture and otherworldly interactive details, it’s an absolute marvel!
Take the opportunity to photograph yourself amongst the beautiful mountainous backdrop in the rear of the property
4 based on 8 reviews
We visited West Overton Village & Museums over the past weekend. It is located in Scottdale, PA, easy to find off of 119 or through Mt. Pleasant. The admission for adults is $8.00. "Entertainment" books usually have a coupon for this attraction.This local history attraction is an example of a Pre-Civil War industrial village, and is a stop on the American Whiskey Trail. There is a very interesting museum depicting the whiskey industry in this little town, created and run by Abraham Overholt. There is a small film, tour through the museum, the Overhold Homestead and a couple of the outbuildings. The Springhouse is where Henry Clay Frick was born. The village had some very successful enterprises back in the day, weaving coverlets, distilling Rye Whiskey, coking coal, farming, coopering and livestock husbandry. Museum was well done with an informative tour guide thoughout and through the mansion on the property. There is a small gift shop in the museum and other non-tourable brick buildings along the street to view along with a couple of shops set up in original buildings of the town. This site also is popular for wedding ceremonies and receptions. We witnessed one outdoor ceremony at the end of our visit. A nice little outing for Western PA natives looking to learn more about their history.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
First time to the Evergreen Drive-in. Very nice place. Great place to take the kids. Two movie showings for only 9 dollars a piece for adults. All three of my kids were free (under 5). Very nice concession stand, that was pretty inexpensive. Clean bathrooms, and a lot of room for your vehicle. a lot better than going to the movie theater. Also, they show new movies. will go again.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
We spent an enjoyable evening watching the play "RUMORS." The actors were very good for a small-town venue.
I was surprised at the audience participation. The locals really support this establishment. They served free refreshments during intermission (ice cream and iced tea) which was so hospitable!
Sorry I wasn't aware of this theatre soon enough to catch "Cats." West Side Story and Little House of Horrors are scheduled for the fall so we'll catch those instead.
(The Geyer Opera House was built in 1900 by Andrew Geyer. The Geyer Opera House was later converted into a movie theater and renamed the Strand Theater. The Strand Theater closed around 1971.
The building was renovated in the 1980’s and reopened in 1988 as a community theater. In 1995 the name was changed to the Geyer Performing Arts Center or GPAC for short.
Contributed by Ridgewood Ken)
4.5 based on 357 reviews
Ohiopyle based full service outfitter, whitewater rafting on 15 rivers in Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia. Youghiogheny River, Cheat River and Savage river rafting trips. Learn to kayak, mountain bike or fly fish with us in Ohiopyle. Inn to Inn Bike Tours throughout the US.
Wilderness Voyageurs has been taking river & cycling trips out for the past 40+ years and it shows. We travelled all the way from Australia to ride the GAP Trail. Frank & Rich were not only wonderful guides but solid, friendly people. The ride itself was great but enhanced substantially by the guides, their culinary ability and the magnificent accomodation on offer.
The GAP Trail is an iconic journey - the only way to do it is as a guest of WV! Thanks WV.
2.5 based on 2 reviews
Monopoly, anyone? A train ride through beautiful southwestern Pennsylvania along the former B&O and Pennsylvania Railroads, made famous from their appearance on the Monopoly game board.
No longer in operation for the past year or two. There is a tourist rail in Uniontown with its last run this year.
4.5 based on 223 reviews
White Water Adventurers is the leading rafting outfitter in Ohiopyle Pennsylvania. Come and feel the roar of the river beneath your whitewater raft. Taking a whitewater adventure with your friends and family will help you to forget the stresses of everyday life. Come have a true whitewater get-a-way with White Water Adventurers, right here in Ohiopyle Pa.
From the start, we weren't exactly sure where to check-in. After being told directions in the gift shop, we were still unsure, but there was another White Water employee there, that was nice enough to explain it again. Guides were amazing with a great sense...MoreThank you for choosing White Water Adventurers for your rafting adventure. Please come back to see us again soon.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Used to be a much more frequent shopper when we lived closer, but only get around once or twice a year now. Wish I could come much more often - love the ever-changing selection, prices, and the friendly, helpful staff!
5 based on 142 reviews
I called over a month prior to my reservation to cancel due to an expected medical condition. I had made my reservation by phone and was not told of any cancellation policy. When I called to cancel my reservation, I was told that they will only refund 90% (they kept $9) due to the $1.50 charge they get for running a credit card and because it costs them money when people call their 1-800 number. I explained that no one had told me this when I booked the reservation on the phone and that I never called their 1-800 number; I had called their local number. The woman assured me that the man I spoke to told me the policy (was she there when I made the reservation? No!) even when I told her that he had not. What a horrible business practice. If you can't afford a 1-800 number then don't have one. I would never sign up for this again or recommend it to anyone. I only cancelled due to a medical condition and they refused to fully refund me and then called me a liar on top of it.
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