Historic Hanna’s Town 

History and heritage


Discover the unique role of Hanna’s Town as the first English court west of the Allegheny Mountains and first seat of government in southwestern Pennsylvania, established 1773. Explore the daily life of southwestern Pennsylvanian settlers, the origins of American justice, and how frontier people fueled the movement toward American independence.

Memberships: AAA

Education Center

Nearby attractions:

  • Live Casino Pittsburgh | 15 mins away
  • Hampton Inn, Greensburg | 15 mins away
  • Springhill Suites by Marriott, Pittsburgh Latrobe | 20 mins away
  • Bushy Run Battlefield | 15-20 mins away
  • Fort Ligonier | 30 mins away
  • Compass Inn Museum | 35 mins
Exhibit Gallery

Seasonal Dates: Guided Tours of the historic site: May – October

Business Hours: Museum Shop, Exhibit Gallery & Library: Nov-Apr – Thurs-Sat: 10:30am-4:30pm | May-Oct – Wed-Sat 10:30am-4:30pm & Sun: 12:30-4:30pm

Bus parking available. Free Parking.

Candlelight tour; Eloise by the fire

Type of Attraction: Revolutionary War era reconstructed village historic site

Group Rates: $6.00/person includes guided tour, exhibit gallery, and shop.
Flat rate $50.00/activity or living history demonstration.
Special Presenter rate $150

Museum Shop

Deposit/Payment Policy: Pay by check or credit card on the day.

Cancellation Policy: Cancel 7 days in advance or groups less than 10.

Hanna's Town Logo

809 Forbes Trail Road
Greensburg, Pennsylvania 15601
Group Sales Contact: Lisa Hays
Group Sales Phone: 724-836-1800 x200
E-Mail: lisa@westmorelandhistory.org
Web: westmorelandhistory.org