Explore Washington County

No matter what you want to do, you can do it right here. Shop until your heart’s content, or spend your days outdoors. Whether you like
history, sports or arts & entertainment, we are ready to share the energy. And we have the facilities and services to make you feel at home.

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Historical Societies

Duncan & Miller Glass Society

Tour a stunning collection of glass, glassmaking tools and memorabilia from 1870-1955. Duncan & Miller was called “the loveliest glassware in America.”

100 Ridge Avenue
Washington, PA 15301

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Monongahela Area Historical Society

To promote the interests of the public in the history of Southwestern Pennsylvania with emphasis on the City of Monongahela, Carroll, and Forward Townships and the Borough of New Eagle and to provide a place where items of local history may be stored and displayed.

711 West Main Street
Monongahela, PA 15063

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Washington County Historical Society

Dedicated to teaching and preserving Washington County’s history, the Society is headquartered in The LeMoyne House, Pennsylvania’s first National Historic Landmark of the Underground Railroad.

49 East Maiden Street
Washington, PA 15301
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Amwell Township Historical Society

Preserving Amwell Township history in the restored Cook-Dodd Cabin. Open first Saturday Noon-5 p.m.; May-September. Participant in Hughes Covered Bridge Festival and Whiskey Rebellion Festival.

668 Amity Ridge Road
Amity, PA 15311

California Area Historical Society

Specializing in local history and genealogy, the research center at the Gallagher House is open to the public Tuesday-Thursday 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

429 Wood Street
California, PA 15419

Charleroi Area Historical Society, Inc.

The Goaziou Print Shop is a historic tour facility in the National Register of Historic Places. Hometown of Gov. John K. Tener, 1911-1915. Free to the public.

807 Fallowfield Avenue
Charleroi, PA 15022

Donora Historical Society & Smog Museum

Preserving Donora’s history while focusing on the Smog of 1948 and its environmental impact. Free admission. Open Monday - Saturday 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. or by appointment.

595 McKean Avenue
Donora, PA 15033

Family History Center

The Family History Center is a great resource for genealogical research.

525 Fairway Drive
Washington, PA 15301

Genealogical Society of Southwestern PA

Headquartered at Citizens Library, the society discovers and preserves information on area families while recording and preserving the ancestral heritage of Southwestern Pennsylvania.

55 South College Street
Washington, PA 15301

Jefferson Township Historical Society

Bringing together those who seek to preserve history, especially for Jefferson Township and the surrounding area.

11 Fire Road
Burgettstown, PA 15021

Monongahela Area Historical Society

Preserving the past for the future!

230 West Main Street
Monongahela, PA 15063

National Road Heritage Corridor

Today, overlaid in part by Route 40, the 90-mile Historic National Road reveals the culture and scenery of America's first federally-funded highway.  County landmarks include the "S Bridge", Madonna of the Trail and historic obelisk markers located every mile.

65 West Main Street
Suite 103
Uniontown, PA 15401

Peters Creek Historical Society

Preserves the heritage and historic sites of the township. The society operates at the Wright House, an 1815 Georgian brick house museum.

815 Venetia Road
Venetia, PA 15367

Washington County History & Landmarks Foundation

Headquartered in the 1806 John White House at the Washington County Fairgrounds, the foundation promotes preservation/restoration of historic structures through tours, publications, and seminars.

2151 North Main Street
Washington, PA 15301