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Lincoln Highway Experience

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American History at it's best

Who knew learning about a highway could be so exciting! I loved learned about Eisenhower testing... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Gretchen H
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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We were pretty much thru with museums on the last day of a long vacation and stopped here on the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Jim R
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Bellingham, Washington
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Visitors to our museum, located in an 1815 historic building, will see a film on the Lincoln Highway, the first US cross-country highway, view a number of interpretive exhibits on quirky roadside architecture, distinguish differences between...more
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3435 State Route 30 E, Latrobe, PA 15650-2696
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Who knew learning about a highway could be so exciting! I loved learned about Eisenhower testing out the coast to coast road in 1919 as a Lt Colonel. I also loved seeing the models of past diners, coffee pot and old ship stops on the...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

We were pretty much thru with museums on the last day of a long vacation and stopped here on the way to the airport. We really enjoyed this place, with the variety of Lincoln Highway displays that really describe early motoring anywhere in the US....More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Born & raised near Greensburg, spending childhood weekends traveling Route 30 to/from grandparents’ home in Boswell, living the last 20+ years in Gettysburg, & enjoying countless family meals at the Norwin Diner means that the Lincoln Highway has long been part of my DNA. As...More

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Reviewed 7 October 2018

Our intent was to drive Highway 30 from Astoria, Oregon to Atlantic City, driving on the Lincoln Highway as much as possible. We wished there were more museums like this along the route. Very interesting. Learned a lot about the highway’s history, including the fact...More

Thank Rod H
LHHCStaff, Front Office Manager at Lincoln Highway Experience, responded to this reviewResponded 5 weeks ago

Thank-you for coming

Reviewed 5 October 2018

Visited on October 1st and recommend a stop for those that have an extra 60-90 minutes in their travel schedule. Staff are welcoming and knowledgeable. As several have said, the pie is good too :). I do agree with one reviewer that stated he would...More

Thank Stephenslj
Reviewed 4 October 2018

We had never been in the Latrobe-Ligonier area of Pennsylvania before, which is connected by the historic Route 30 Lincoln Highway. This museum is a great way to get a feel for what traveling was like in the 20s, 30s, and 40s. Indeed, some of...More

Thank K R
Reviewed 26 September 2018

While driving thru western PA on the Lincoln Highway, my wife and I stopped at the Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor. It is a small, nice, and informative museum regarding the history of the Lincoln Highway which was our nation’s first coast-to-coast highway stretching from New...More

Thank Robert D
Reviewed 10 September 2018

I just visited the Lincoln Highway Experience. I was totally impressed with this little gem tucked in the Laurel High Lands. The place is very well organized and professionally handled by the staff. I would say it is a bit more oriented toward adults than...More

Thank BobMock
Reviewed 9 September 2018 via mobile

We live local and have wanted to go but put it off many times. We were extremely pleased with the museum and the artifacts including the ones from the ship Hotel. We were delighted with the actual Serro's Diner at the end where we were...More

Thank Juanita C
LHHCStaff, Front Office Manager at Lincoln Highway Experience, responded to this reviewResponded 14 September 2018

Thank-you so much for coming!!

Reviewed 6 September 2018

Toured the museum today and was impressed by the knowledge and friendliness of the staff. The exhibits that stand out for us were the 1919 Eisenhower Military Convoy exhibit which highlighted the extreme difficulties of travel and the need for an interstate system. The restored...More

Thank eleanorziegler
LHHCStaff, Front Office Manager at Lincoln Highway Experience, responded to this reviewResponded 14 September 2018

Thank-you for coming. The electric charging station is in.

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monamind
13 August 2017|
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Response from LHHCStaff | Property representative |
Good morning. I don't believe there is an Arnold Palmer Museum in Westmoreland County . At the Greater Latrobe -Laurel Valley Chamber office in Latrobe there used to be some Palmer memorabilia. Their office is across from... More
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