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Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau


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310 East Grandview Avenue
Zelienople, PA 16063
United States

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Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau


(??.? miles from you)

310 East Grandview Avenue
Zelienople, PA 16063
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Located 20 minutes north of Pittsburgh, Butler County, Pennsylvania, is easily accessible from the PA Turnpike, I-79, I-80, and Route 422, 19, and 8.

The county is delightfully diverse, with the busy hub of Cr

Moraine State Park is a top attraction with its 3,225-acre Lake Arthur offering many land and water activities.

Enjoy self-navigated trails which include the Butler County Beer Circuit, Sweet Tooth Trail, and the Butler County Coffee Connection. 

Another huge draw is seasonal festivals and events. All year long, you can flock to events like the Big Butler Fair and the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival that celebrates Butler as the birthplace of the Jeep.

With many outdoor activities, golfing, shopping, dining, camping, arts, history, and award-winning lodging, Butler County, PA, offers an affordable getaway for all ages and interests.

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Why You Should Go...

Located 20 minutes north of Pittsburgh, Butler County, Pennsylvania, is easily accessible from the PA Turnpike, I-79, I-80, and Route 422, 19, and 8.

The county is delightfully diverse, with the busy hub of Cranberry Township and contrasting rolling farmland. In between, find charming small towns and quirky places such as Slippery Rock, Saxonburg, and Mars.

Moraine State Park is a top attraction with its 3,225-acre Lake Arthur offering many land and water activities.

Enjoy self-navigated trails which include the Butler County Beer Circuit, Sweet Tooth Trail, and the Butler County Coffee Connection. 

Another huge draw is seasonal festivals and events. All year long, you can flock to events like the Big Butler Fair and the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival that celebrates Butler as the birthplace of the Jeep.

With many outdoor activities, golfing, shopping, dining, camping, arts, history, and award-winning lodging, Butler County, PA, offers an affordable getaway for all ages and interests.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round; Closed on: Sunday, Saturday

Hours: Closed Today. Opens Mon

Closed

8:30am - 4:30pm

8:30am - 4:30pm

8:30am - 4:30pm

8:30am - 4:30pm

8:30am - 4:30pm

Closed

Cost: Free

Payment: Cash, Check, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover

Access: Wheelchair, Service Animals

Parking: Free On-site, Street, Bicycle

Available: Self-Guided Tour, Wi-fi

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Insider Info

Before you visit, request a free Official Visitors Guide which includes maps, itineraries and a discount card. If you find yourself in Butler County without one, there are 30+ brochure racks for your convenience.

Be sure to check the hours of museums and galleries. Times may vary seasonally, and many locations are volunteer-operated.

When visiting Moraine State Park, don’t miss Preston’s Pearl. This enclosed pontoon boat with an upper deck for viewing is the best way to experience the park.  It is low cost and a very refreshing experience.

Fun Facts

The original zombie flick, Night of the Living Dead, was filmed in Evans City. The town takes its “ghoul” history seriously, with special events and decor in October.

A sizeable replica of the Brooklyn Bridge can be found in the charming town of Saxonburg. The town’s founder, John Roebling, designed the bridge and invented the wire rope used to build it.

Find two spaceships in Butler County, one in the aptly-named town of Mars, and one on Route 8 north of Butler which is actually a toy store called Playthings, Etc., The World’s Coolest Toy Store.

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Why You Should Go...

Located 20 minutes north of Pittsburgh, Butler County, Pennsylvania, is easily accessible from the PA Turnpike, I-79, I-80, and Route 422, 19, and 8.

The county is delightfully diverse, with the busy hub of Cranberry Township and contrasting rolling farmland. In between, find charming small towns and quirky places such as Slippery Rock, Saxonburg, and Mars.

Moraine State Park is a top attraction with its 3,225-acre Lake Arthur offering many land and water activities.

Enjoy self-navigated trails which include the Butler County Beer Circuit, Sweet Tooth Trail, and the Butler County Coffee Connection. 

Another huge draw is seasonal festivals and events. All year long, you can flock to events like the Big Butler Fair and the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival that celebrates Butler as the birthplace of the Jeep.

With many outdoor activities, golfing, shopping, dining, camping, arts, history, and award-winning lodging, Butler County, PA, offers an affordable getaway for all ages and interests.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round; Closed on: Sunday, Saturday

Hours: Closed Today. Opens Mon Closed
8:30am - 4:30pm
8:30am - 4:30pm
8:30am - 4:30pm
8:30am - 4:30pm
8:30am - 4:30pm
Closed

Cost: Free

Payment: Cash, Check, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover

Access: Wheelchair, Service Animals

Parking: Free On-site, Street, Bicycle

Available: Self-Guided Tour, Wi-fi

How You Can Follow...

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Insider Info

Before you visit, request a free Official Visitors Guide which includes maps, itineraries and a discount card. If you find yourself in Butler County without one, there are 30+ brochure racks for your convenience.

Be sure to check the hours of museums and galleries. Times may vary seasonally, and many locations are volunteer-operated.

When visiting Moraine State Park, don’t miss Preston’s Pearl. This enclosed pontoon boat with an upper deck for viewing is the best way to experience the park.  It is low cost and a very refreshing experience.

Fun Facts

The original zombie flick, Night of the Living Dead, was filmed in Evans City. The town takes its “ghoul” history seriously, with special events and decor in October.

A sizeable replica of the Brooklyn Bridge can be found in the charming town of Saxonburg. The town’s founder, John Roebling, designed the bridge and invented the wire rope used to build it.

Find two spaceships in Butler County, one in the aptly-named town of Mars, and one on Route 8 north of Butler which is actually a toy store called Playthings, Etc., The World’s Coolest Toy Store.

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