Stay at the MG Motel for a Fun & Historic Experience in PA!
Countless Local Attractions in Fayette County, PA
Conveniently located in Uniontown, PA, MG Motel is right in the middle of a historical and recreational hotspot. When you stay here, you’re never more than a few minutes’ drive away from one local attraction or another. Take a look at a few of the great sites that Fayette County has to offer!
Abel Colley Tavern & Museum & Fayette County Historical Society
Built in 1850 by Abel Colley, The Abel Colley Tavern & Museum was used as a family home as well as a tavern, and was donated to the Fayette County Historical Society by Virginia and Warren Dick in 1982. Located less than five miles, or ten minutes, away from MG Motel, the Abel Colley Tavern & Museum has been a part of our town’s history for centuries.
Allen’s Haunted Hayrides & Tavern of Terror
Established in 1979, Allen’s Haunted Hayrides & Tavern of Terror offers seasonal haunted hayrides, a terrifying tavern walk-through, and even bonfire reservations. Located less than ten miles, or 15 minutes, away from our motel, Allen’s Haunted Hayrides is a great attraction for frightening fun in Fayette County!
Also known as Nemacolin’s Castle, Bowman’s Castle was built in 1789 and overlooks the Monongahela River. This national historic site is about ten miles or 17 minutes away, and offers tours for everyone!
Braddock Road Preservation Association
The Braddock Road Preservation Association, located about ten miles or 20 minutes away, seeks to preserve and educate all generations about the French and Indian War, and other historical events and places.
Christian W. Klay Winery
Located only about 12 miles, or 20 minutes, away, the area’s first commercial winery was opened in 1997 by Sharon and John Klay. From educational tours to venues for private events, wine tasting, shopping, and annual benefits for local non-profit organizations, Christian W. Klay Winery has a lot to offer local residents and out-of-town guests.
The Christmas Shoppe at Chalk Hill Village of Shops
Located about 20 miles or a half an hour away from our motel, The Christmas Shoppe and Chalk Hill Village of Shops is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Coal And Coke Heritage Center in the Flatiron Building
Only ten minutes, or seven miles, away from MG Motel, the Coal and Coke Heritage Center in the Flatiron Building on the Penn State Fayette campus provides guests with a fascinating museum and gift shop that will transport you back in time.
Dunbar Historical Society
Founded in 1995, the Dunbar Historical Society is located about ten miles away and takes roughly 17 minutes to drive to. Educational opportunities and more are available to keep the history and heritage of the area alive, and to offer guests a great way to spend their time in Fayette County.
Now a national historic landmark, Fallingwater was built by Frank Lloyd Wright for the Kaufmann family in 1939. It is about 25 miles, or less than 45 minutes away from our motel.
Fort Necessity National Battlefield
Located about 15 miles, or just over 20 minutes, away from the MG Motel, Fort Necessity National Battlefield offers an exclusive insight into the historic battlefield that effectively began the French and Indian War.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s House on Kentuck Knob
The famous architect’s house on Kentuck Knob is located just over 20 minutes, or about 15 miles away from our quality motel. Tour the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and discover the history of the area today!
Friendship Hill National Historic Site
Albert Gallatin and Friendship Hill are important parts of American History, and the national historic site is located less than a half an hour, or about 18 miles away from MG Motel.
Isaac Meason House
Located about eight miles away, or just a little over ten minutes’ drive, the Isaac Meason House is known for its Palladian style symmetrical design by British architect Adam Wilson in 1802.
Jumonville Christian Camp & Retreat Center
Located just ten miles or roughly 20 minutes away from the MG Motel, Jumonville offers a summer camp for young Christians, retreats, and countless other activities.
Laurel Caverns Park
Explore the Laurel Caverns Park in Farmington, PA, which is only about 20 minutes, or 15 miles, away from MG Motel.
This historical building was built for Sarah Cochran, widow of coke and coal pioneer Philip Cochran, at a cost of $2 million in 1913, and was restored by the United Steelworkers of America in 1976. Linden Hall is less than 20 miles and about 30 minutes away from MG Motel.
Mount Saint Macrina
Less than a mile, or five minutes away from MG Motel, Mount Saint Macrina features beautiful grounds, a cemetery, and a mausoleum for retreatants and visitors, and a gift shop that is open Tuesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Wednesday, Friday and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Nemacolin Woodlands Resort
With the internationally acclaimed Woodlands Spa, Mystic Rock golf course, Nemacolin Field Club, Adventure Center, Wildlife Academy, high end restaurants, lounges, and shopping centers, as well as the Hardy Family Art Collection, Nemacolin Woodlands Resort is the area’s most luxurious center for fun, relaxation, and more!
Mount Vernon Iron Furnace
The Mount Vernon Iron Furnace is located just over a half an hour’s drive, or 20 miles away from MG Motel.
Ohiopyle State Park
This recreational site is less than 25 miles away, or about 36 minutes away from the MG Motel.
Smock Historical Society
The Smock Historical Society is located about eight miles, or less than 15 minutes away and offers artifacts, two murals, antiques, maps, aerial views of the town, photographs, books, a local Cicconi tavern display, three rooms that replicate a Patch House, wedding gown display, a craft shop, and more.
This historic site is located less than five miles or seven minutes away from MG Motel and is open to all guests.
This historical site was restored in the 1960’s so that generations to come can enjoy the experience of this step back in time. The Wharton Iron Furnace is located less than 20 minutes away, or about 12 miles from the MG Motel.