Things to Do in the Altoona PA!

While you are visiting the Railroad City, check out some of the other fun things to see and do in historic downtown Altoona and the Blair County Pennsylvania area.

Altoona PA 13th Street Pedestrian Crossover

Historic Downtown Altoona

Use the public crosswalk directly behind the Museum to access an array of downtown specialty shops, or restaurants like Tom & Joe’s (13th Avenue). For more information visit

Penn State Altoona Downtown Conference Center

Penn State Downtown Conference Center

Watch for special events like cultural and  community activities at the Penn State Downtown Conference Center.

Heritage Discovery Center in Downtown Altoona

Heritage Discovery Center

Stop in and ask for information about other Allegheny Mountains heritage interest at the heritage Discovery Center on Twelfth Avenue.  For more information visit

Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art Altoona PA

Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art

Visit the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art (SAMA-Altoona) conveniently located on 11th Avenue. For more information visit

Mishler Theatre

Mishler Theatre

Marvel at the historic Mishler Theatre along Twelfth Avenue, directly adjacent to the Blair County Arts Foundation, and see what’s new at arts venues in the cultural district. For more information visit

Peoples National Gas Field

Peoples National Gas Field

Home to the Pittsburgh Pirates Class AA affiliate, the Altoona Curve, and widely considered by fans, players, baseball executives and media as one of the finest minor league baseball facilities in America. For more information visit

DelGrosso’s Amusement Park

DelGrosso’s Amusement Park

Summer plays here at DelGrosso’s Amusement Park with 4 exciting new rides, you’ll be making tons of summer fun memories. Spend your summer days with hot rides and cool slides. Free parking and Free admission! For more information visit


Lincoln Caverns

Lincoln Caverns and Whisper Rocks, where the splendor of nature’s handiwork has been protected and preserved for your visit since they were first discovered in 1930 and 1941. For more information visit

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