Time has a way of making us more aware of our surroundings. Take a journey along Route 40, the National Road Heritage Corridor. Experience incredible history and take in the fineries that make PA's Laurel Highland's destination worthy.
Places to Eat
Things to do
Neubauer's Market House
Some places are simply meant to be and this reenergized U.S. Livery Building is a must stop! Whether you are a shopper or have a group wishing to create, the friendly folks at Neubauer's will be happy to have you visit.
State Theater Center for the Arts
Whether an evening entertainment activity with a scheduled national or touring performance, or one we add-on as part of your journey, this grand theatre with beautiful architecture is a Vaudeville era 'picture palace', originally opened in 1922.
Frank Lloyd Wright's House on Kentuck Knob
The genius of Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture is prominently displayed in PA's Laurel Highlands region. 'The Hills Come Alive' when you take the path overlooking the phenomenal view of the Youghiogheny River Gorge.
Christian W. Klay Winery
From the lavender patch to the vineyard and historic barn, your visit is going to be amplified, not only from a tasting or special event that takes place here, but also by an amazing view if you take a hayride to the top of the vineyard.
Where to Rest
Historic Summit Inn Resort
Now for charming, quaint, and grand! This historic grand porch hotel, one of the few remaining, is nestled onto the hillside overlooking Uniontown. The view from the grand porch is worth the trip, particularly at sunset or in the autumn.
The Historic Stone House Restaurant and Country Inn
Where does one stop for relaxation, great hospitality, delicious food and drinks? From beer tastings to barbecue, from casual to fine dining, The Stone House Restaurant and Tavern is a long standing host for travelers who venture across Route 40.