Welcome to the historic Ligonier Valley – recognized by Country Living Magazine as one of “The Most Charming Small Towns in America” and by The Washington Post as a “Small-Town Charmer.” Steeped in history dating back to the French & Indian War at Fort Ligonier, the town hosts over 60 specialty shops, galleries, restaurants and places to stay. The scenic valley surrounding the town is home to Idlewild Park & SoakZone – voted “Best Amusement Park for Children in the World,” as well as the Compass Inn Museum, Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art, Linn Run State Park and fantastic biking and hiking at Laurel Mountain.

Some footage courtesy of Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau

 

Visit our historic sites, amusements, special events, great shopping, dining, lodging and wonderful parks. You will find the perfect mountain getaway here in the historic Ligonier Valley.

Discover Historic Ligonier

Shop Small Ligonier Bingo runs through Labor Day

Shop Small Ligonier Bingo has officially begun! The aim of Bingo is to visit the locations on your card, find the hidden logo and form a bingo. Start playing today!

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Ribbon cuttings galore!

We recently celebrated a Triple Ribbon Cutting for Song of Sixpence, The Strawberry Crow and The Wooden Bobbin! Song of Sixpence and The Strawberry Crow are both under new ownership and the Wooden Bobbin has returned to town after about twenty years away!

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Ligonier featured as one of the Top 10 Places to Retire!

The cover story of Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, August 2017 edition, featured Ligonier as one of the 10 greatest places to retire!

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