Washington County Tourism Promotion Agency
We’ve got something for you. Indoors. Outdoors. History. Sports. Gaming. Shopping. This is the place for your next adventure. Share the Energy.
Washington County is one of the fastest growing destinations in Pennsylvania. Visitors, businesses and locals alike recognize Washington County as a complete leisure, recreational and commercial destination providing lasting memories, joyous experiences and unparalleled opportunities for all.
Just a few of our favorites include:
The David Bradford House - This stone house, built in 1788, was home to attorney David Bradford, a leader in the Whiskey Rebellion. Today, this beautifully restored and furnished National Historic Landmark is open year-round for group tours.
Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Museum – the oldest known site of human habitation in North America with recreated 16th, 18th and 19th century villages celebrating rural life
Pennsylvania Trolley Museum – hop on for a 4 mile ride on a vintage trolley car, and then tour the Trolley Display Building, which highlights nearly 50 restored trolleys.
The Meadows Casino ∙ Racetrack ∙ Hotel – home to more than 3,300 slots, over 80 table games and features an all-ages bowling alley and entertainment.
Tanger Outlets – enjoy shopping at more than 80 brand name outlet stores.
We’ve got something for you. Indoors. Outdoors. History. Sports. Gaming. Shopping. This is the place for your next adventure.
Located South West of Pittsburgh, Washington County