Historic Hanna’s Town

362 Sand Hill Rd #1, Greensburg, PA 15601


Known for being the first English court west of the Alleghenies, Hanna’s Town was founded in 1793 and today serves as a reconstructed frontier village, open to the public and active with tours and educational opportunities.

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