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Blair County > Allegheny Township


There are many things of interest to see and do in and around Allegheny Township. Below is just a sample of what this great little community has to offer.

DelGrosso's Amusement Park
DelGrosso’s Amusement Park is a modern family fun facility which includes more than 30 rides and attractions and features America’s Best Amusement Park food. You may learn more about DelGrosso's Amusement Park by visiting their website.

Lakemont Park
Lakemont Park is affordable family fun with over 30 rides and attractions, The Island Water Park, Go-Karts, Mini-Golf & The World's Oldest Roller Coaster, Leap the Dips. You may learn more about Lakemont Park by visiting their website.


Indian Caverns
Indian Caverns is Pennsylvania's largest limestone cavern. Guided tours are available to experience Pennsylvania's Native American Heritage. You may learn more about Indian Caverns by visiting their website.

Lincoln Caverns Inc. & Whisper Rocks
Lincoln Caverns has been fascinating visitors for over half a century. One hour tours of two beautiful crystal caverns are available. You may learn more about Lincoln Caverns by visiting their website.

Penn's Cave
Penn's Cave is America's only all-water cavern and wildlife park. The cavern tour is a guided one-hour tour by motorboat on an underground stream. You may learn more about Penn's Cave by visiting their website.

Seldom Seen Tourist Coal Mine
The Seldom Seen Tourist Coal Mine gives visitors the opportunity to experience the history and workings of an actual coal mine. You may learn more about the Seldom Seen Tourist Coal Mine by visiting their website.

Allegheny Portage Railroad
Allegheny Portage Railroad was the first railroad constructed over the Allegheny Mountains. There are exhibits, film, historic railroad remains and many other fun things to see and do. You may learn more about Allegheny Portage Railroad by visiting their website. 

Allegeheny Ridge Heritage Area
Allegheny Ridge Heritage Areas heritage areas those which interpret the stories of early Native American and European settler life, 19th Century industrialism, the evolution of transportation in America, the rise of modern agriculture, and modern heavy industry. You may learn more about our area's history by visiting their website.

Fort Roberdeau
Fort Roberdeau is a 230-acre tract site that features a reconstructed Revolutionary War stockade surrounding six log cabins. It also includes an 1858 barn containing exhibits, an education center in an 1860 farmhouse, three nature trails, picnic facilities, and White Oak Hall, a large multipurpose facility. You may learn more about Fort Roberdeau by visiting their website.

Horseshoe Curve National Historic Landmark 
The Horseshoe Curve is an 1854 engineering marvel. Afterward you can take a ride on the funicular and later visit the Railroaders Memorial Museum. You may learn more about the area's railroading history by visiting this website.

Swigart Antique Auto Museum
The Swigart Antique Auto Museum, established in 1920, is the oldest automobile museum in America.  You may learn more about the Swigart Antique Auto Museum by visiting their website.


Altoona Curve
The Altoona Curve are an AA affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates Baseball team. To see their playing schedule and to learn more about the team, you may visit their website.

Bellwood-Antis Rail Trail
Converting abandoned railroad beds, streetcar beds, and canal towpaths into trails for public recreation, health, and enjoyment has become an on-going nationwide movement for the past twenty years or more. Local visionaries have come together to develop such a trail for the Bellwood-Antis area. Visit the official website to learn more.

Mansion Park 
Altoona Area School District's Mansion Park Stadium is recognized as one of the finest athletic complexes in Pennsylvania. The stadium, which has a seating capacity of 10,400, is a source of community pride and regularly serves as the site of a variety of events which benefit the economy of the Altoona-Blair County area.  Visit the official website to learn more.