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    The City of Warren serves as the county seat and has extremely wealthy roots in the oil and lumber industries, still noticeable today in the strikingly ornate architecture in the Historic District, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. In fact, Warren was, at one point, the wealthiest city in the nation during its heyday. Known as a "Tree City USA," Warren has a beautiful blend of architecture and nature. Take a walk over the Veterans Memorial Bridge to get a great view of the beautiful Allegheny River, a 3-time Pennsylvania River of the Year. The city comes alive particularly in warm weather when you can enjoy live music at Soldiers and Sailors Park and enjoy a cold drink and delicious food at the outdoor dining venues lining Pennsylvania Avenue. There are plenty of restaurants and breweries, making this the perfect date night area. 

    The historic Struthers Library Theatre is one of the nation's oldest continuously operating theaters and is the place to go for all things entertainment, from local productions to world-renowned performers. If history is your cup of tea, make sure to visit the Warren County Historical Society to tour an 1800s mansion, pick up a souvenir, and enjoy some exhibits. 

     The Allegheny River is easily accessible and available for boating, floating, and fishing. Allegheny Outfitters can help get you on the river and safely on your way. 

     No matter what time of year, the city of Warren always has plenty to do. 


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