The “Bird Boy of Scottdale” is a perfect stop to make when
paying your respects to the veterans of our community.
You’ll find the monument on Pittsburgh Street in downtown
Scottdale. And don’t forget to visit the Veteran's Memorial
located at the corner of Pittsburgh Street and Broadway.
If history is what you like, then be certain to see the newly
re-formed Scottdale Historical Society at Loucks (Laux)
Homestead located on North Chestnut Street. There is also
the West Overton Museum www.westoverton.org, which is only a short drive from
downtown. There you may tour Henry Clay Frick's birthplace
and museum. You can browse the shops located in the Village
Shops and even hold an event at the refurbished barn.
You can’t visit Scottdale without shopping! Downtown
Scottdale has something for everyone.
Perhaps while you are in town you will attend a show at The
Geyer Performing Arts Center at 111 Pittsburgh Street. Check
their website at
www.geyerpac.com or call the box office at 724-887-0887 for
more details. Other cultural hotspots in the surrounding
areas include the Palace Theatre, located in Greensburg.
Downtown Scottdale offers several dining options. Dine at any
of Scottdale's fine establishments such as Carson's Tavern,
Wise's Restaurant, or the Scottdale Firemen's Club. Or you can
just order a pizza from Doughboy's Pizza, Fox's Pizza Den, or
Scottdale is close to many family fun
options that offer enjoyment for everyone.
Are you planning an overnight stay? Consider staying in
downtown Scottdale. You could enjoy the elegant accommodations
at Linden Hall (1-800-944-3238) or stay the night at Holiday Inn
Old Hanna's Town
Pirate Game at PNC Park
Shanksville, United 93 Memorial
Pittsburgh at Night
Doughboy Statue in
Downtown Mt Pleasant, PA