Posts from July 2018

Down Home on the Farm An Agriculture Tour

Down Home on the Farm: An Agriculture Tour

Tuesday, July 31, 2018 10:00 AM by Stacey Magda

A 3-Day, 2-Night Trip Take the scenic route through pristine, rural areas nestled among breathtaking views. You'll enjoy simpler times as you tour local farms and orchards , taste the delight of locally-sourced meals, visit educational centers where you can learn about local agriculture and even take a piece of the area home with you. Enjoy…

Top Things to Do in the Laurel Highlands

There's so much to do in the Laurel Highlands, it can be hard to know where to start! That's why we turned to TripAdvisor to rank the top things to do in the Laurel Highlands. Check out this list as we count down the best Laurel Highlands attractions based on your reviews! 10. Living Treasures Wild Animal Park If you love getting up close…

Fresh Finds: A Farmers' Market Guide

Fresh Finds: A Farmers' Market Guide

Thursday, July 12, 2018 9:00 AM by Allyson Null

Summer is here and that means that farmers’ markets are open! This is arguably the best time of the year in the Laurel Highlands. There is something special about shopping local and buying the freshest produce possible. Learn why your local farmers’ markets are important to your community, why you should explore them this summer and…

Time Capsule Tour An Antique and Collectibles Roadtrip

A 5-Day, 4-Night Trip Travel back in time on this fun and fascinating road trip! Make stops along famous historic routes, explore antiques and collectibles around every bend, experience unique dining , visit sites that inspire and get creative with "make it and take it" projects. It's a time capsule of a good time in the Laurel…

Downtown Irwin

Exploring Downtown Irwin and Beyond

Thursday, July 5, 2018 9:00 AM by Anna Weltz

One of the best things about working in the tourism industry is the opportunity to explore new locations and get reacquainted with places you’ve been before. While I was not born and raised in the Laurel Highlands, my family has deep roots here. See, I grew up in a military family, so we frequently moved around. But the Laurel Highlands was…