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Historic Hanna's Town
 Historic Hanna
Historic Hanna’s Town was established in 1773 as the first county seat west of the Allegheny Mountains. Today, Hanna’s Town is undergoing restoration through the efforts of the Westmoreland County Historical Society.

Excavations have produced about one million artifacts, 12 acres of homes, a stockade, and the location of the Route The site is open to regularly scheduled guided tours, and both historical and cultural programs are conducted on site. Contact the Westmoreland County Historical Society at (724) 836-1800 or visit the Historic Hanna's Town website for more information.

Historic Hanna’s Town is located three miles north of Greensburg between US Route 119 and PA Route 819

From Exit 8 on I-76 (New Stanton)
Follow US 119 north through Greensburg.  Look for “Historic Hanna’s Town” signs.

From Exit 7 on I-76 (Irwin)
Follow US 30 east to Greensburg, then north on US 119.  Look for “Historic Hanna’s Town” signs.

From Exit 6 on I-76 (Monroeville)
Follow US 22 east to PA 819, then south 4 miles and east again at crossroads marked “Hanna’s Town.”