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245 Meadowlands Blvd, Washington, PA, 15301, US
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180 Gamma Drive, Building B, Pittsburgh, PA, 15238, US
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Part of the Pittsburgh Metro Area, Washington, PA, refers to the county seat of Washington County, which is the first county named in honor of the first President of the United States. George Washington abolished the Whiskey Rebellion in this town in the 1790s. The town of Washington offers the location of the rebellion and other historic landmarks for travelers to check out, including Washington & Jefferson College. And when booking a room at one of the Choice Hotels in Washington, you can feel at home in relaxing rooms with a wide variety of amenities.
The town has a yearly average temperature of 51.7 degrees Fahrenheit and encompasses 3 1/3 square miles. It receives an average snowfall of 41 inches and an average rainfall of 40.8 inches yearly. Operated by the City of Washington, Washington Park covers 225 acres of woodland property. The city’s only park offers picnic pavilions, playground areas, tennis courts, a log cabin and a swimming pool with a waterslide. During the 1700s, Irish and Scottish settlers established the town. The Whiskey Rebellion followed in disapproval to the government demand to tax whiskey refinement in the region. Washington and his men arrived in the town and put an end to the uprising. Historic homes commemorate this battle, along with other post-Revolutionary War actions. The David Bradford House—built in 1788—was the epicenter of the rebellion. Nowadays, the home offers reenactments of the infamous event. And the F. Julius LeMoyne Home functioned as a stop along the Underground Railroad. The renowned Dr. F. Julius LeMoyne and the rest of his family helped runaway slaves escape to freedom.
You’ll also find museums devoted to the town’s arts and history. The Duncan & Miller Glass Museum displays molds, glassmaking tools and memorabilia dating from the 1870s to 1955. The Pennsylvania Trolley Museum offers shows of railroad equipment, vintage trolleys and old photographs. The trolley tour comprises of a four-mile look at trolleys throughout time. The Olin Art Gallery showcases works of regional, national and local artists that’s also worth checking out.
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- Number of hotels in Washington47
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