Friendship Hill National Historic Site was the home of American politician Albert Gallatin. It is maintained by the National Park Service and overlooks the Monongahela River. The original structure of the building was constructed in the Federal style with a Flemish bond. This house was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 15, 1966.
The Ohiopyle State Park is a dream come true for nature lovers who will revel in the 37 limestone trails and the Youghiogheny River which is one of the best for white-water rafting. A day picnic is in order at this park where one can indulge in an adventurous bout of horse-riding, fishing, biking, skiing, hunting, swimming and jogging. It's perfect for families who can avail of the camping ground facilities like barbeque grills, snack bars, looking posts and the cute gift shop.
Meadow Run Natural Waterslides is a popular natural attraction in the Ohiopyle State Park. Created through many millenniums of erosion out of a rock, it is a fun way to cool off in summers. Slide from the top to the splash pool at the bottom of the Meadow Run stream. Though it certainly doesn't have a smooth surface like those in water parks, you can still enjoy the water-slides with some protection.
Carnegie Free Library opened in 1903, Philanthropist Andrew Carnegie contributed funds for construction of the library. The two storied sandstone edifice is built in the Italianate style. In 1981, the library was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Frank L. Melega Art Museum was conceptualized by family friend Norma Ryan who decided to set up a lasting home for the works of Frank. This was how it was born in May 1999 when the residents of Brownville awoke to one of the finest museums dedicated to collecting, preserving and showcasing artworks. Lovers of landscapes, portraits, cities, logos, drawings, still life and Impressionism will have lot to look forward to at this museum which also has a good range of educational events lined up.