The leap is the best view located just a mile outside of town on Lover’s Leap Road.
If you’re into history, the Leechburg Museum is the place to go. With countless artifacts of Leechburg’s past, it’s a must SEE when visiting Leechburg. There are 2 floors to explore that are packed with things to see. Numerous copies of Leechburg’s former paper, The Leechburg Advance is housed within. You can also find a […]
This is the main artery that connects Leechburg with Westmoreland County. There is a pedestrian walkway on the Eastern side of the bridge. You can get great views of the bridge from the island in the middle of the Kiskiminetas River during dry periods of Summer. You can also travel under the bridge where River Avenue connects […]
Leechburg High School as been around in its current form since 1922. The elementary school joined the complex in the 1990’s to house all of Leechburg’s students. The building also features a sky walk over to the neighboring Baker Building where the cafeteria and the school administration is housed. The school district contains Gilpin Township, […]
The Leechburg Cemetery has a long history here in Leechburg. The cemetery used to be located near the corner of 2nd Street and Center Avenue up to Siberian Avenue. In fact, that section of 2nd street did not exist until after cemetery was moved. David Leech, the founder of Leechburg, is buried here. As is […]
The locals will tell you that this river is the 2nd fastest flowing river in the world. Of its 27 miles of winding water, the part that passes Leechburg has shaped this town since its very beginnings. Leechburg is home to 3 different bridges that cross over this river, more than most towns. It’s also […]