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Fenton History Center Admission
"The Fenton Mansion built in 1863 was the home of New York State's 25th Governor Representative and Senator. The twenty-nine rooms of the elegant mansion are filled with themed and seasonal exhibits along with Victorian period rooms that tell Jamestown N.Y.'s story. A ""Welcome to Jamestown"" exhibit will introduce new visitors to the City's rich history and provide ""I remember that!"" moments for residents and returning visitors alike. From the famous people born and raised in Jamestown - Lucille Bal naturalist and illustrator Roger Tory Peterson and Justice Robert H. Jackson to the industries and discoveries that made it the largest city in the most western county in the State
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Private Pittsburgh City Tour
"Your private guide will lay all of Pittsburgh at your feet and take you anywhere you want to go! A typical Itinerary begins with a climb up Mt. Washington on the Duquesne Incline for an unexcelled view of one of the world's most perfect city settings. Ne Pittsburgh's medical and educational center. In the time remaining you can go to the top of Schenley Park for a different vista or return to your starting point via the Monongahela Valley.About Your GuideYour guide was chosen by St. James Pal many Fortune 500 Corporations tour companies familes and individuals. He is a proud direct descendant of one of the leaders of The Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers who fought in the Battle of Homestead (1892)."""
From $50.00
 
Private Pittsburgh City Tour
"Your private guide will lay all of Pittsburgh at your feet and take you anywhere you want to go! A typical Itinerary begins with a climb up Mt. Washington on the Duquesne Incline for an unexcelled view of one of the world's most perfect city settings. Ne Pittsburgh's medical and educational center. In the time remaining you can go to the top of Schenley Park for a different vista or return to your starting point via the Monongahela Valley.About Your GuideYour guide was chosen by St. James Pal many Fortune 500 Corporations tour companies familes and individuals. He is a proud direct descendant of one of the leaders of The Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers who fought in the Battle of Homestead (1892)."""
From $50.00

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Washington House - Fryburg

About five miles from Lucinda along a narrow country road is the village of Fryburg. Here you will find a church similar to St Joseph's, a few little stores, and one bar/inn called the Washington...
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Meet new people

Wayside Inn -- OK, so you can't meet new people here unless you are new to Lucinda, but it is a popular place to grab a beer. Located in Huefner on the Lucinda/Fryburg road, 1 mile west of Lucinda....
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Don't Drop In on Sundays

Dew Drop Inn -- On Route 66, 1 mile south of Lucinda, this is the nicest and newest of the three Lucinda bars. A good place for pool, darts, and music.
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Boss's Kid at the Bar?

BK's Bar -- Actually in Snydersburg, on Route 66, about 1 mile north of Lucinda. This is a large bar, but rather dark. BK is short for "Boss's Kid" owner Bill Callahan's childhood nickname.
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