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Area Attractions
Playthings Etc Playthings Etc.
At Playthings Etc. you will find toys and hobbies for all ages. Located in Butler, PA and only one hour North of Pittsburgh, this stealth bomber shaped store is filled with all of the coolest, most unique and fun toys you will ever find! From classic toys to futuristic toys, from toddler toys to science kits, from hobby products to educational toys, there are toys for everyone. Inside you will experience a space-age atmosphere where you can try many of the toys. Employees also do demonstrations of items such as R/C Cars, Unicycles, Rockets, Pogo Sticks, Magic and more! With over 3,000 toys to choose from, and new toys always arriving, you will find something for everyone. It is more than just a store…It is a FUN experience for the whole family. You have to see it to believe it!
Pullman Park Kelly Automotive Park Kelly Automotive Park (Pullman Park)
Kelly Automotive Park (formerly Pullman Park) is a baseball stadium located in Butler, Pennsylvania. Constructed in 1934, and rebuilt in 2008, the ballpark hosted minor league teams that were affiliated with the New York Yankees, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, and the Pittsburgh Pirates. Today, the ballpark hosts the baseball teams of Karns City High School, Knoch High School, Moniteau High School, as well as Butler High School. The largest tenant at KAP is the Prospect League's Butler BlueSox.
Orchestra Butler County Symphony Orchestra
The Butler County Symphony Association provides a quality orchestra within a community framework, generating pride among Butler County residents while enriching their cultural lives. The six concerts per season showcase music chosen from all periods with seasonal favorites at the holiday concert. Each concert features a vocal or instrumental solo performance.
Maridon Museum The Maridon Museum
The Maridon opened on May 8th, 2004. It is the only museum in the Western Pennsylvania region with a specific focus on Asian Art and Culture coupled with German Meissen porcelain. The museum — both the objects and the buildings that house them — is the gift of Mary Hulton Phillips. Patricia Lowry, writing in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, pronounced the Maridon a “gleaming little gem of a museum.”
Butler Little Theater Butler Little Theatre
Butler Little Theatre has entertained the community since February 1941. This continuously-operated, non-profit, all-volunteer organization offers area actors, directors, production staff and audiences five shows each season and annual workshops for children and youth. Located just off Main Street in downtown Butler, the converted carriage house theater seats 155 people and accommodates members, guests and the general public.
Succop Nature Park Succop Nature Park
Open from dawn to dusk, with dog-friendly walking trails, two ponds, and natural spaces used for outdoor activities and education, Succop Nature Park has a longstanding history in the Butler community. While still owned by the Succop family, the public was invited to use the property for picnics—and even to collect fresh eggs from the onsite hens. Today, the property is managed by ASWP and its serene environment attracts visitors of all ages who seek to connect with birds and nature.
All About Golf All About Golf
Whether it's your way of working out stress, enjoying a day with friends or completing a business deal, we know the importance that a good round of golf can have on your life. And that's why All About Golf Mount Chestnut Golf Course and Driving Range takes such pride in providing a complete practice facility. Come see the difference we offer.
Freedom Farms Freedom Farms
In 2009, Joe, Tim, and Pete founded Freedom Farms and reunited the family. Now, all of the siblings—nine brothers and one sister—work alongside “Mama Bear” Lisa to run a growing family business. We believe that the family farm is on its way to regaining its pivotal role in American culture. The times where people went down the street to buy food directly from a local farmer are on their way back. Our family has committed itself to being that source for fresh food in Butler, Pa. and to inspiring farmers everywhere to rethink the way they serve their communities.
Fun Fore All Fun Fore All
There’s truly something for everyone at Fun Fore All – one of the largest year-round family entertainment centers in the area. As the weather turns colder they have a lot to offer inside as well; from our huge video arcade, to a kid’s play area, there's something for all ages to enjoy everyday no matter what the weather. Enjoy an extensive food menu with great items like delicious pizza, wraps, salads and other great food favorites as well. Fun Fore All is a great place to have your birthday party or special group event. The outside attractions are kept open as long as the weather permits, so even though summer is over the fun keeps going at Fun Fore All.
Family Bowlaway Fun Center Family Bowlaway Fun Center
40 lanes of bowling fun await you with automated flat screen scoring. Our variety of “state of the art” Brunswick and AMF Glow-in-the-Dark bowling equipment to enhance your experience makes us proud to be one of the most modern centers in Western PA. Come in and see all the excitement. It's not your Grandfather's “Bowling Alley” anymore.
Parties and Playthings Studio Parties and Playdates Studio
Our studio's activities are aimed at engaging one's creative side. The activities and events will help stimulate critical thinking skills, cognitive skills, and social skills. Art projects and play will help further develop gross and fine motor skills. We at Parties and Playdates have a vision and mission of providing a place for all children and families to come and strengthen family and social relationships through art and creative play. Parties and Playdates Studio has a wide selection of art media and play stations for children between the ages of 2-10 years old (However, Imagination is timeless and all age groups are welcome!).