Farmington, located in Pennsylvania's scenic Laurel Mountains, is rich in culture and history and overflowing with things to do and see.
From stunning works of architecture, charming shops and stores, historic sites and battlefields, to wineries and breweries.
Stroll along Main street of this charming town and see the quaint shops, visit a local winery and farm or visit some of the local attractions:
Laurel Caverns is a 435-acre geological park featuring Pennsylvania’s largest cave, which contains over 3 miles of passages under the Chestnut Ridge.
Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the last decade of his career, Kentuck Knob is nestled high in the western Pennsylvania mountains seven miles south of Fallingwater which was recognised as one of his most acclaimed works. Both landmarks are well worth a visit.
Take a step back in time to travel the same road that George Washington walked leading up to the the Battle at Fort Necessity. Fort Necessity is the site of the first battle of the French & Indian War.
Ohiopyle State Park is situated where the slopes of Laurel Ridge meet the Youghiogheny River to create Pennsylvania’s deepest gorge. Sightseers, hikers and bikers will enjoy waterfalls, natural waterslides, rock outcroppings, rare plant species, and amazing overlooks. Whitewater enthusiasts can test their skills on the Lower Youghiogheny or for a milder experience you can take a float trip or canoe down the Middle Youghiogheny.