About WashingtonThe Washington & Jefferson College U. Grant Miller Library was founded by a gift from Benjamin Franklin; phone (724) 223–6070. The school, which started in 1781, is said to be the oldest college west of the Allegheny Mountains.
The Duncan Miller Glass Museum, 525 Jefferson Ave., exhibits fine pressed and hand-blown glass made 1893-1955. It is open for guided tours Thurs.-Sun. 11-4 (except holidays), early Apr.-Dec. 31 and by appointment year-round. Phone (724) 225-9950. There is also an annual glass show and sale held at the nearby Washington County Fairgrounds in late July.
Self-guiding ToursWashington County is home to 23 of the state's nearly 200 covered bridges. A brochure highlighting their history is available at various information stands in the area, including Courthouse Square.
ShoppingTanger Outlet Center, .5 mi. e. off I-79 exit 41 (Racetrack Rd.) at 2200 Tanger Blvd., features more than 75 stores, including Ann Taylor Factory Store, Coach, Gymboree Outlet, Michael Kors, Nine West Outlet, Old Navy and Nike Factory Store.
Things to Do David Bradford House
GAMBLING ESTABLISHMENTS The Meadows Racetrack & Casino
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