Tissue Farm, located in beautiful and historic Confluence Pennsylvania, is centrally located and right next to so many attractions that you could spend a couple weeks here and see something everyday. From Falling Water to white-water rafting in Ohiopyle state park, and The Great Allagheny Passage and Kentuck knob, just to name a few things. We love the Laurel Highlands of Appalachia, we think you will too.
Frank Lloyd Wright's Falling Water (A World Heritage Site)
Perched above a mountain cataract on a rocky hillside deep in the rugged forest of Southwestern Pennsylvania, some 25 minutes from Tissue Farm, is America’s most famous house. The commission for Fallingwater was a personal milestone for the American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, since it clearly marked a turning point in his career. After this late-career triumph, the sixty-seven year old would go on to create a series of highly original designs that would validate his claim as “The world’s greatest architect.”
7 Springs Mountain Resort
Seven Springs Mountain Resort is the perfect place for family vacations that create lifelong memories. So much more than exceptional snowsports, Seven Springs’ legendary experiences provide guests with relaxing escapes. Take the entire family skiing in the morning, take a shot at sporting clays or enjoy the thrills of snowtubing in the afternoon, enjoy a luxurious spa treatment in the evening before a great dinner and then do it all again the next day after a relaxing overnight stay.
Since 2004, Seven Springs has been committed to developing and growing its terrain parks, halfpipes and superpipe. Now, Seven Springs has five terrain parks of varying difficulty and progression and more than 50 features in all. The resort’s hard work and dedication towards these efforts have been nationally recognized for two consecutive years including the 2010-2011 selection as the #1 parks and #1 pipe on the East Coast.