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Local Attractions

Shopping.

  • Shoppes of Scenery Hill
    In the heart of Scenery Hill, the Scenery Hill Shoppes specialize in Christmas décor, vintage and antique items and specialty gifts – (info@sceneryhillpa.com)

    • Elves Lair – Specializes in Christmas décor and fine gifts – (724)-945-6463
    • Jan’s Tea Shoppe and Second Street Coffee Roasters – Teas, coffees, teacups and pots! – (724)-945-5385
    • Two Old Crows – Specializes in rug hooking and needle punch supplies as well as home décor and gifts -(cash only)  (724)-945-6755
    • Westerwald Pottery – Old-fashioned, authentic cobalt brush pottery, personalized stoneware. Made from scratch right here in Scenery Hill!
    • Velvet Envelope– “A Boutique for the Perfect Hostess”, specializing in vintage housewares, stationary, natural cleaning products and local, handmade and re-purposed gifts
  • Antiques
    Throughout Washington County and slightly outside, we are showered with a number of antiques stores, here are a few recommendations but, this is the tip of the ice burg!

    • Route 19 Antique Mall– Only a few miles from Washington, but worth the trip! Over 23 dealers, offering furniture, glass, linens, jewelry, china and much more!
      (Washington Rd, Canonsburg, PA 2597)
    • Main Street Antiques – Located in Monogahela, about 16 miles away, 10 dealers offer furniture, jewelry, glass, linens, collectables and more.
      (800 Main Street Monongahela, PA)
    • Crown Antique Mall- Located in the Washington Crown Center Mall, with over 7500 square feet of antiques, it is the perfect compliment to your modern mall shopping spree! (1500 W Chestnut Street, Washington, PA)

Spas. Salons.

  • Spa Harmony –located at the Wilfred Cameron Wellness Center in Washington, specializing in massage, acupuncture, skin treatments, manicures and much more!
  • Studio Seven – Snuggled behind the Washington Crown Center Mall, this is the go-to place for hair, nails, make-overs and more! Voted one of the top L’Oreal Professional Salons in the country!

Sports. Recreation. Entertainment.

  • Golfing
    • Chippewa Golf Club – An 18-hole regulation course, located just off of I-70. Reservations are taken 7 days in advance.
    • Rolling Green Golf Course – Located in Eighty-Four, about a 20 minute drive from the Inn, featuring 18 holes. Tee times available with a week’s notice.
    • Tower Golf & Driving Range – A driving range for the practicing professional and 18 holes of fun miniature golf for the fun amateur! – (724)-228-2771
  • The Washington Wild Things
  • Mingo Creek Park – located 16 miles from the Inn, the perfect place to go for a stroll through historic covered bridges, have a picnic on a sunny day or challenge a friend at a game of Frisbee.
  • Little Lake Theatre Company – Since 1949, Little Lake Theatre has put on live performances in an intimate setting. Shows available May-December.
  • Washington Symphony Orchestra– Enjoy a relaxing evening while listening to Washington County’s own Orchestra. Performances take place at Trinity High School. Check out their website for performance days and times.

Historic Attractions. Beautiful Vistas.

  • The David Bradford House – The home of David Bradford from 1788-1794, built by the Whisky Rebellion leader himself!
  • Duncan & Miller Glass Museum – This museum offers a large collection of glass, glass making tools and memorabilia from 1870-1955. Check out their website for upcoming events!
  • LeMoyne House – The first National Historic Landmark of the Underground Railroad, built in 1812.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright’s House on Kentuck Knob – Completed in 1956, the Hagan House is a perfect display of Wright’s architecture proving the unity between man and nature.
  • Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water – Another testament to Frank Lloyd Wright’s phenomenal architecture joining man and nature. Built between, 1936-1939, this historic landmark offers tours daily with reservations.

Local Attractions.

  • Trax Farms – Offering fresh produce, baked goods, wine, gifts and a whole second floor dedicated to antiques! They offer some fun, family events as well!
  • Main Street Farmers’ Market – Offers the freshest of local produce, meats, dairy, baked goods, flowers and herbs.
    Every Thursday, mid-May through October 3:30-6:30. (412-316-5706)
  • Sarris Candy – A must see for the sweet tooth in you! Check out the local chocolate factory and ice cream parlor!

 

Distilleries. Breweries. Wineries.