Nested in the heart of the Laurel Highlands, Somerset borough is easily accessible from the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Take exit 110 into town and you'll be greeted by hotels and lodging accommodations perfect for any traveler. Have a bite at the Pine Grill Restaurant, a community driven establishment, serving a variety of fare to fuel your journey.
Downtown Somerset offers a variety of shops old and new. Stop by, Cascio's fruit market a century old establishment selling local produce. Bustling with revitalization, Somerset is improving their infrastructure with new sidewalks and parks. Somerset is home to a co-working space called Uptown Works, where residents and visitors can work side-by-side as they start or maintain their career. An established arts community helps Somerset thrive. Laurel Arts, a studio and gallery space offers classes for artists young, and old, and is the National Museum of the Guild of American Papercutters.
You can't miss Somerset as you drive by, their skyline is accented with three dome roofs atop the County Courthouse, First Christian Church, and Somerset Trust building. Somerset is known as American's County. They received this designation by President George Bush, after offering support in wake of two tragedies, the Flight 93 crash and Quecreek mine rescue.