Sightseeing in Johnstown


$25 for a Hayride, Wine Tasting, and Appetizers for Two or Four at Christian W. Klay Winery ($50Value)

Christian W. Klay Winery

Christian W. Klay Winery

After exploring the vineyard via a hayride, guests enjoy a light appetizer buffet and wine tasting

$50 $25

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$45 for an Urban Dare Adventure Race for a Two-Person Team (Up to $90 Value)

Urban Dare

McFadden's

Fast-paced competition challenges teams of two with trivia, photo hunts, and mental and physical challenges

$90 $45

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$23 for a Weekday Pedal-Powered Trolley Tour for Two from Pedal Power Tours ($50 Value)

Pedal Power Tours

Pedal Power Tours

Up to 14 guests tour notable Pittsburgh attractions from a pedal-powered trolley, captained by a knowledgeable guide

$50 $23

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$12 for a One-Hour Sightseeing Tour or Good Ship Lollipop Cruise with Gateway Clipper Fleet ($20Value)

Gateway Clipper Fleet

Gateway Clipper Fleet

During one-hour sightseeing tour, guests learn about landmarks and history, or bring the kids abroad a good ship lollipop cruise with pirate

$20 $12

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$10 for Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum Entry for Two ($16 Value)

Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum

Shanenadoah Valley Discovery Museum

Covering everything from dinosaurs to gardening, the museum is a place for children to exercise their brains in a fun-filled environment

$16 $10

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Visit for Two, Four, or Six to The Unofficial LEGO Museum (50% Off)

The Unofficial LEGO Museum

The Unofficial LEGO Museum

Pose with intricate LEGO sculptures of Darth Vader, Spiderman, and Bart Simpson

$16 $8

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Admission for 2 Adults and 2, 3, or 4 Kids, Plus a Tote Bag, to Children's Museum of the Ohio Valley (68% Off)

Children's Museum of the Ohio Valley

Children's Museum of the Ohio Valley

Kid-centric space features interactive activities and exhibits that teach topics in science and art in hands-on ways

$24 $8

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  • Altoona Railroaders Memorial Museum
    Altoona Railroaders Memorial Museum celebrates one of the country's oldest transportation systems. It's no surprise then that the museum itself has moved from one location to another. It first opened in 1980, but soon outgrew its original space, and in 1998 took over a former PRR master mechanics building. Here, visitors immerse themselves in the rich history of the rail. Size: The museum's collection stretches over three floors of exhibits, plus a movie theater Eye Catcher: A replica of the K4-1361?known as the "official steam locomotive of Pennsylvania"?stands in the lobby. The original is slated for full restoration by museum staff. Permanent Mainstay: How to Run a Railroad, which features model trains and teaches visitors how difficult it was to keep a network of trains running smoothly in the era preceding satellite communications Don't Miss: Maintenance Division, which honors the workers who built and maintained the tracks, and dealt with disaster on the rails Hands-On Experiments: At Transportation Division, visitors can attempt to master the fast-paced skill of track switching to see first-hand why the brakeman's job was the most treacherous Pro Tip: Though snacks are available in the gift shop, there is no food service on site; visitors can, however, bring their own food and enjoy a picnic on the museum's grounds Special Programs: In the summer, the museum hosts live local bands in its [Alive@5 concert series]9http://www.railroadcity.com/alive5-concerts/) Leave Your Mark: If someone you know was a railroad worker, you can have them included in the museum's database, The Call Board. The database is available online and in the museum.
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    1300 9th Ave.
    Altoona, PA US
  • Westmoreland Museum of American Art
    The Westmoreland Museum of American Art's collection of American and Pennsylvanian art orbits around works created during the mid-18th to the mid-20th centuries and also incorporates newer work by contemporary artists such as Joyce Werwie Perry into its sophisticated company. Today's deal lets museumgoers choose between individual ($40) and family ($60) memberships. All members benefit from confidence-boosting access to exclusive events and exhibition previews, as well as discounts on museum classes and gift-shop goods. Art aficionados flying solo will snag two passes to Art on Tap ($14), including two drink vouchers to transform a sedate happy hour into a cavalcade of beer swigging, wine sipping, music enjoying, and awkward acquaintance leaning. Family members receive twice as many passes and vouchers ($28) to facilitate double dates and imaginary-friend fieldtrips. A family membership also includes one Second Saturday Studios class ($20) for favored firstborns to create fridge-ready self-portraits, collages, and paintings. Both deals get you a $5 voucher to the gift shop to grab Scenes of Industry posters ($7) with which to plaster the bedroom ceiling, encouraging highly productive REM cycles.
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    221 North Main Street
    Greensburg, PA US
  • Corks And Canvases
    At Corks and Canvases, local artists demonstrate how to paint vivid scenes while students sip their favorite wines. After passing out canvases and supplies, teachers guides attendees aged 15 and older stroke-by-stroke through the process of creating projects such as a Van Gogh–inspired starry night over Pittsburgh or a sailboat as it floats at sunset. At BYOB classes, they invite guests to uncork a vintage and nibble snacks brought from home. The studio also hosts bachelor or bachelorette parties, fundraising events, and family nights that let kids and their smartest stuffed animals paint alongside adults.
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    4059 Route 22
    Murrysville, PA US
  • Senator John Heinz History Center
    Rising six floors above the historic Strip District, the Senator John Heinz History Center's handsome, red brick exterior houses 275,000 square feet of exhibits devoted to Western Pennsylvania history. Long-term exhibits include From Slavery to Freedom, which traces the quest for equality from the anti-slavery movement to the modern struggles for Civil Rights. Pittsburgh: A History of Innovation highlights the men and women behind the 250-year history of the region, whereas the Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum delves into the history and lore of local athletics, from the Steelers? Immaculate Reception to Bill Mazeroski's title-clinching home run in game seven of the 1960 World Series. The museum also hosts nationally renowned traveling exhibits; click to see a list of current exhibits.
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    1212 Smallman St.
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • ToonSeum
    Perched in the Steel City's Cultural District downtown and staffed by passionate volunteers, the nonprofit ToonSeum pays homage to the art of the cartoon with rotating exhibits, kids' classes, and hands-on entertainment for all ages. Exhibitions have ranged from collections of original work to special displays honoring artists such as Pennsylvania native, Keith Haring. Contributing to the museum's ongoing educational mission, local cartoonists often donate their own time to teach fun-filled workshops or share the bleak realities of living with a talking cat.
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    945 Liberty Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA US
  • August Wilson Center for African American Culture
    Though having only recently celebrated its second birthday, the August Wilson Center commands a striking architectural confidence. Its two-story steel-and-glass sail juts into the night sky with the bravado of a toddler who just lassoed his first neighborhood cat. Within the steal and glass, a 486-seat theater hosts plays, dance performances, and lectures while multiple exhibition galleries display art and cultural treasures for the community. The center draws on the legacy and culture of African Americans from Western Pennsylvania, infusing each curation with a celebration of rich history.
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    980 Liberty Ave
    Pittsburgh, PA US
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