The Ligonier Creamery, Ligonier, PA
Come inside the Ligonier Creamery on the Diamond in Ligonier, PA as Dave Gehlman guides the tour. The Ligonier Creamery makes their own ice cream in over 100 flavors, which change on a regular basis. Stop in and tell them you saw them on Ligonier TV!

Coming soon: watch as Dave makes the ice cream!
Laurel Highlands Bluegrass Festival, Waterford, PA
Visit one of the area's best bluegrass music festivals held the third full weekend in June each year. The festival is hosted by the Ligonier Twp. Volunteer Fire Dept. in Waterford, PA just 5 miles north of Ligonier. This video was shot on the 10th anniversary of the festival.
Foggy Mountain Lodge, Stahlstown, PA visits this hidden treasure in Stahlstown, PA. They are centrally located between Ligonier and 7 Springs, but are only a few minutes from all the Laurel Highlands has to offer! FML offers lodging, dining and complete facilities for weddings and banquets.
Celtic Culture, Ligonier, PA
The Celtic Culture shop in downtown Ligonier, PA features items from Scotland, Ireland. England, Wales and much more. Take a look inside with host Chrissy Fiok as she talks with shop owner Andrew Carr.
Compass Inn Museum, Laughlintown, PA
Compass Inn is a restored stagecoach stop from 1799. Our video details the museum's guided tours and tells you how some common phrases were born.
American Indian Jewelry, Ligonier, PA
LigonierTV visits the American Indian Jewelry shop on the Diamond in Ligonier, PA. The shop feature authentic Native American jewelry, artwork and lots of other related items. A very unique place to visit!
The Haunted House at Yarnick's Farm, Indiana, PA
Take a quick tour of the haunted house at Yarnick's Farm. Creatures crawl out of the fields and collect in this haunted Greenhouse. They also feature a bonfire and concession stand. There are less scary creatures for the little hobgobblins on weekend afternoons with hay rides to the pumpkin patch. See their web site for more details.
Flax Scutching Festival, Stahlstown, PA
Held in September each year, The Flax Scutching Festival offers demonstrations of the complete process of making Linen from the Flax plant.

The festival also has great homemade food, crafts, antique farm equipment, live music, civil war encampment, covered wagon train encampment and a staged Indian raid. The Indian raid is a realistic battle between Indians and Settlers, representing the hazards of the era. This is the 2nd oldest festival of it's type in the world!
(This video not produced by LigTV)