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Things to do On-Campus

     Here at W&J we have a very active student activities board (S.A.B.) You will see tons of posters and flyers all over campus advertising S.A.B trips and activities. During the semester they plan activities like Big bingo, movie nights, build-a-bear nights, cupcake nights, and live performers and music. They will also plan trips to musicals in Pittsburgh and a big trip to New York City.

 

     During the evenings and on the weekend you can go to The Hub, which is the student activities center, and play video games, watch movies, or go to Montis. Montis offers free food and milkshakes on Friday and Saturday nights, along with karaoke and pool tables. 

 

 

                                    

Join a Club on Campus!

 

     W&J also offers many on campus clubs that you can join! Check your e-mail for the weekly list of club meetings going on around campus. You can also take advantage of our club and intramural sports teams. 

 


Things to do in Washington, PA

Bus Schedule

The public transportation here in Washington is pretty nice. On the transit website you can plan out your trip! The bus will take you to local destinations as well as Pittsburgh.


Tanger Outlets

A Large shopping mall with many designer retail stores where you can usually get a lower price on merchandise!


The Meadows Racetrack and Casino

The Meadows offers a variety of things to do besides gambling. They have a fantastic bowling alley (nicest one in Washington) and there are many restaurant choices close by. It is also conveniently located just across the street from the outlet mall!


Washington Park

Located just minutes down the street from W&J offers a wide variety of activities. There is the pool which you can swim at for a small price, Little League Baseball games, soccer, picnic areas and a nice outdoor exercise track.


Washington Wild Things

Check America's favorite past time right in Washington, pa.  

 



Historical Things to do in Washington, PA

Bradford House

The Bradford House is one of the oldest landmarks here in Washington, PA. It was the home of the beginning of the Whiskey Rebellion that challenged the newly formed American government Each July Washington has a large festival remembering the Whiskey Rebellion. 

 

Lemoyne House

The Lemoyne house now houses the Washington Historical society and was previously part of The Underground Railroad! Go on a tour of the grounds and learn about it’s amazing history.

 

Trolley Museum

Visit the trolley museum to experience PA’s transit system throughout the years.


 

Things to do in Pittsburgh, PA

     Pittsburgh is only a 30 minute car ride or 45 minute bus ride away from Washington. Here you will find a wide variety of things to do. There are many museums, restaurants, concert venues, sports venues, and outdoor activity!

Museums

Pittsburgh is filled with museums that cater to many different tastes. You can find museums dealing with history, science, art, sports, and many more. Here is just a short list of some museums in Pittsburgh. 

Andy Warhol Museum

Mattress Factory

Carnegie Science Center

Carnegie Museum of Art 

Carnegie Museum of Natural History

Heinz History Center

National Aviary

Sports 

Pittsburgh is a city that is very proud to support our local teams. Black and Gold are Pittsburgh colors, so if you decide to go to a game be sure to wear Pittsburgh colors! Here are a few of the sports team that call Pittsburgh home.

Baseball : Pittsburgh Pirates

Football: Pittsburgh Steelers

Hockey: Pittsburgh Penguins

Soccer: Pittsburgh Riverhounds 

Concert Venues

Stage AE

First Niagara Pavilion 

 

Outdoor Activities 

Kayaking, biking, paddle boarding and more! 

Point State Park

Station Square

Station Square is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Pittsburgh. It has shopping, boat rides, the river walk, night clubs, and restaurants.  

Duquesne Incline

Take a ride on the historic incline plane to see the city from above.  

 






 

 

 

Blogs and Pittsburgh guides:http://www.visitpittsburgh.com/blog/

Visit Pittsburgh Blog: a great source of information about festivals and events in the Pittsburgh area