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LHR Selfie Trail

Selfie spots have become part of the tourism industry, with some attractions promising the best locations to snap yourself. Long dismissed as a symptom of narcissistic youth culture, the not-so-humble selfie has become big business. Families and individuals love taking photographs of themselves in areas of natural beauty and interest. But often it is almost impossible to find a steady location or to know where the best shot is. LHR has created a solution. Smiles and selfie sticks at the ready! Follow the totems around the LHR to complete the LHR Selfie Trail. We’ve picked out the most interesting attractions in each of our 15 Counties so you can take sensational selfies to make your Facebook friends jealous. Use this online guide to find out more about the different locations. Post your best LHR selfies online and be sure to tag #lhrselfie on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Forest County Historical Museum

The sole purpose of FCHS is to preserve, protect, collect and display History of Forest County for present and all future generations
The Forest County Historical Society uses the Robinson house in Tionesta as the County History Museum. It is open Tues. - Sat. from 11:00 - 4:00, Wed. 1:00 - 8:00, and Sunday 1:00 - 4:00 in the summer.

(814) 755-4422

fchs@zoominternet.net

https://forestcountypahistory.org

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Penn Brad Oil Museum

Explore the exciting history of the Bradford Oilfield. The museum offers informative displays, oilfield engines that actually run and colorful stories relating to oilfield history. Visit our uniquely stocked gift shop with souvenirs and oilfield memorabilia. Historical and educational movies are shown daily in the Doghouse Theater.

901 South Avenue
Bradford, PA 16701
pennbradmuseum@icloud.com

814-362-1955

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Driftwood/Bucktail Monument

Located in the center of the square in Driftwood on Route 555 is a memorial to the Bucktail Regiment who answered President Lincoln’s call for volunteers during the Civil War. This monument pays tribute to the soldiers of the 42nd Infantry who fought in the Civil War, known as the Bucktails.

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Straub Brewery

Enjoy one of the oldest brewery in the country. Take in the flavor of the 100% natural brewing ingredients. Free tours, gift shop and samples from the Eternal Tap.

444 Brusselles Street
St. Marys, PA 15857
(814) 834-2875
www.straubbeer.com

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Pennsylvania Grand Canyon

Pick your level of adventure from mild to wild. Whether you want to hike a leisurely scenic trail, enjoy beauty during a driving tour, or you want to get some adrenaline pumping action on whitewater, single track bike trails or rock climbing, you've found the right destination in Tioga Pennsylvania.

2053 Route 660
Wellsboro, PA 16901
570-724-0635
888-846-4228
info@visitpottertioga.com

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Pennsylvania Lumber Museum

The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum educates the public about the Commonwealth’s rich lumbering history and the ongoing care, management, and recreational use of its forests. Visitors are encouraged to explore the museum’s working historic saw mill, recreated lumber camp, exhibits, public programs and collections to discover the relevance of history in their lives. The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum is administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and is actively supported by the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum Associates which is a non-profit community-based organization.

P.O. Box 239
Galeton, PA 16922
josroth@pa.gov
Joshua Roth - Site Administrator
814-435-2652

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Greater Renovo Area Heritage Park

Established in 2000, the volunteers of the Greater Renovo Area Heritage Park, began work to connect all the historical aspects of the Greater Renovo Area’s heritage together. Lumbering, coal mining, natural gas exploration, and railroading have always been a large part of the Greater Renovo Area’s heritage. The goal of our organization is to unite, preserve, and promote the history, heritage, culture, and community pride of the Greater Renovo Area.
The Greater Renovo Area’s heritage includes areas such as Clinton County, Pennsylvania, South Renovo, Tamarack, Hammersley Fork, Keating, Shintown, Kettle Creek, Westport, Cross Fork, Hyner, North Bend, Cooks Run, and Gleasonton. These areas are full of charm and history that is natural to living in a wooded environment.

530 Erie Avenue
Renovo, PA 17764
570-484-7000

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Smicksburg Heritage Museum

Heritage Society has items from the past and items made by local crafters, also deals with the history of the Sres.

Items from the past displays from Northern Indiana County, PA. With a small gift shop of locally made items.

59 East Kittanning St.
Smicksburg, Pennsylvania


johngschmick@gmail.com

(814) 257-8083

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Warren County Visitors Bureau

Warren County is located in northwest Pennsylvania, nuzzled in part of the Allegheny National Forest. The Allegheny National Forest houses many opportunities to get out and explore! If you’re looking for a place to kayak, hike, bike, relax, or more, this is the right place for you! Stop by the Warren County Visitors Bureau if you find yourself in the area!

Whether it’s chasing waterfalls, paddling down river, or enjoying the view from one of our overlooks, we have it all.

If you’re in the area, swing by one of our local restaurants. Enjoy the full experience of local hometown eats!

Looking to camp, stay in a hotel/motel, or enjoy the a bed & breakfast? Check out our Places To Stay page to see what will be right for you!

dave@wcvb.net
22045 Route 6
Warren, PA 16365
814-726-1222
800-624-7802

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Bilgers Rocks

Megalithic sandstone formations, and forest recreational area located in Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. Camping, nature education programs and events available. Weddings, reunions and responsible outdoor groups welcomed with prior scheduling.

Located near Grampian, Pennsylvania in Bloom Township, the geological formations known as Bilger's Rocks is a breathtaking scenic wonder featuring caves, cliffs, passageways, climbing routes, and other unusual features estimated to be between 316-320 million years old. Formed in 1988 by a group of local citizens to both preserve and promote the area, the Association hosts events that feature a variety of entertainment and historical education activities including Halloween Hayrides, Civil War reenactments, Bluegrass festivals, nature studies, guided tours, family reunions, weddings, and children's days.

(814) 553-5744
infobilgersrocks@gmail.com

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