Bridgeville in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Hiking Trails. Discover best things to do in Bridgeville with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Bridgeville
4.5 based on 92 reviews
My friend and I are training for the Pittsburgh to DC bike trip in September so this was out first outing on the Montour Trail and we were pleased. It is well maintained and the tree canopy is lovely. The National Tunnel was a pleasant surprise and a nice stretch of cool on a hot day. We plan to go back next week.
4.5 based on 70 reviews
South Park has many great walking trails. You could spend an entire day just visiting the trails. There is a small animal preserve with peacocks, turkeys, geese and a small herd of buffalos. There are swimming pools and wave pools (in season) and ice skating rink (in season also).
5 based on 562 reviews
Bicycle Heaven is the World's largest bicycle museum and bike shop.
After reading about this establishment on TripAdvisor we felt compelled to visit and we were absolutely delighted we chose to do so. The building is unassuming but step inside and I felt transported to a different world. There were bikes everywhere, of every description and vintage. The ether smelled of bikes. My memory was taken back to my childhood and cycling in the hills with my pals on their Raleigh Choppers. Over 3000 bicycles crammed into every nook and cranny. I felt the passion of the person who had amassed this wonderful collection. What a place, what fun, what nostalgia.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
This is one of our favorite places to go for a good meal. The service is quite good. The food is delicous. And, hit it on a good evening, the entertainment is good.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Have visited this final resting place for our veterns, and everytime I'm moved by the quietness and respectful upkeep.I have friends and coworkers here in the soletude of a well deserved home.When the situation presents itself a person should come and view one of our Pennsylvania Landmarks as Arlington and Gettysburg exist.You will be impressed and humbled.
5 based on 5 reviews
This retro, yet modern, urban park incorporates classic design elements with modern amenities for both spectators and athletes.
Went to the Pirates opening day as a part of our MLB Stadium tour and was not impressed. Pirates fans were great and created a good atmosphere but the facility itself was a disappointment. Stale, cold pretzels on opening day at the start of the game, Summer Shandy for $13.50/can. Multiple bathrooms had over flowing toilets.... was not managed well. Expect more from an MLB stadium....
4 based on 34 reviews
Great trails through the woods and hillsides. It really feels like you are alone, exploring the wilderness. When we went, we had to wait an hour and a half because there were two parties of ten in front of us, so be prepared to wait, but once you are out there, it is just you, your family, and whatever is in the woods.
4 based on 5 reviews
They were SUPER friendly and did a GREAT job drilling the holes in my bowling ball. A friend who bowls competitively recommended them and I do, too. Wonderful service!
4.5 based on 9 reviews
This place is beautiful, and the folks there are so lovely. After visiting the Historical Society, the very kind gentleman there phoned over to the library so someone could show us around. We got a wonderful tour of the place inclusive of the music hall and it's spectacular.
5 based on 7 reviews
This National Historic Landmark is a real step back into history! Each Sunday afternoon, the frontier attired docents give an informative tour about the home, the families who lived there and life in the 1700's. Annually on the third Sunday in November "The Great Illumination" is recreated. It allows one to experience what the winter holidays were like for the wealthy in the eighteenth century. Other special events occur throughout the year and each is entertaining. Good education experience for children and adults!
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