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  • Explore the many annual festivals Washington, Pennsylvania has to offer. The summer brings the Whiskey Rebellion Festival, a history that is exclusive to western Pennsylvania and primarily Washington County. The festival celebrates the heritage and unique character of the region by focusing on the historical significance of the Whiskey Rebellion. Honoring America’s early days through historic reenactments, period exhibitions and demonstrations, the festival shines a national spotlight on the city, county and region.
  • Scratch the surface of the history of glass. The manufacture of glass in Washington, Pennsylvania, was stimulated by the discovery of abundant oil and natural gas in the 1880s. Located in Washington during the early 1900s, The Duncan & Miller factory was the second—and greatest—of the six factories to produce this special glass in the city. It specifically created all kinds of glass goods, from window glass to fine tableware.
  • Learn about the Underground Railroad at The LeMoyne House. The LeMoyne House, a National Historic Landmark, was built in 1812 and was a center of antislavery activity in southwestern Pennsylvania from the 1830s through the end of slavery.
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