In your pursuit of the ultimate roadtrip, you will find plenty of “don’t miss” moments across Route 6. Whatever your passion, we have something to quench that desire.
Looking for wholesome, fun and maybe a little educational activity for your children and yourself, check out the attractions under Family Fun.
Our Heritage Communities will give you real insight into the growth of US Route 6. Each community has a different story to tell. Explore these charming towns, discover their history and meet their townspeople.
US Route 6 was one of the first highways used to move natural resources, people and products across the country. The stories of Route 6 in Pennsylvania stretches back to Pre-Revolutionary War and cover the heydays of the oil, gas, coal, railroading and timber industries. There is also an amazing conservation movement and outdoor recreation story to be told in these mountains. Make sure to explore all of it at one of our Historical/ Heritage Sites or Museums.
Surrounded by some of the most pristine beauty, it’s no wonder that people come to the PA Route 6 Corridor to relax and rejuvenate. If you are trying to escape for a few days, check out our Spas & Salons.
It’s not a roadtrip without tasting the local food and drink. Our Farmer’s Market and Breweries/Wineries section will help you scout out those culinary delights.
Explore all of this and more in the list below.
Artisan Trail/Artisan Trail-Public/Community ArtPA Great Lakes/Crawford/Attraction
Conneaut Lake Road
Meadville, PA 16335-
Phone: (814) 337-2209
Alleghen College Sign Sculpture: Environmental art made from recycled road signs. Two public art collaborations between Allegheny College, PennDOT, and the greater Meadville community entitled "Read Between the Signs" and "Signs & Flowers." Much more information on the website
Artisan Trail/Artisan Trail-Public/Community ArtPA Wilds/McKean/Attraction
80 E. Corydon Street
Bradford, PA 16701
Toll Free: 800-473-9370
Fine Art, photography, handcrafted collectibles, notecards, illustrated history books including: The Great Kinzua Bridge and Pennslvania Wilds: Images from the Allegheny National Forest.
Information on lodging, attractions, restaurants, trails and free Visitors Guide and Map.
Artisan Trail/Artisan Trail-Arts OrganizationPA Wilds/McKean/Attraction
Kane, PA 16735
Join us for the 11th annual outdoor juried fine arts show. Free admission, forty artists, student art exhibition and food vendors. Artist applications due March 1st.