Brookville

Discover Brookville

Brookville is travel a hub with I-80 and routes 322, 36, and 28 converging nearby. The town features a charming restored Victorian Main Street with quaint shops, restaurants, striking architecture, a beautiful historical district. The northern trailhead for Redbank Valley Trail, Pennsylvania’s first “Trail of the Year”, is conveniently located near downtown.  Twyford, the first four-wheel drive ever made, was built in Brookville and the Jefferson County History Center has one on display, along with many interesting exhibits and an impressive model railroad. Scripture Rocks Heritage Park features over 70 engraved boulders carved in the early 1900’s. At Blackbird Distillery visitors can sample America’s only completely handmade moonshine.

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Step back in time for real moonshine made by hand on site with no machines, from start to finish. Open 7 days a week. Check out BlackbirdDistillery.com or Facebook.

Promoting our businesses. and area to visitors, fellow businesses and area residents. Connecting people and businesses with the services they need.

Brookville Glove has been manufacturing American-made work gloves since 1883. Come visit their factory store and check out their selection of American-made products.

Brookville Laurel Festival holds their annual festival the third week of June. Family friendly events are planned for all ages to enjoy. All are invited to attend.

Bibles, cards, books, music, gifts, and more. See us for Precious Moments collectibles and Jim Shore's Heartwood Creek collectibles. V/MC gladly accepted.

Old-fashioned general store offering American-made products from two-cent candy to hardware. Enjoy a step back in time everytime you step inside.

More than 275 historically significant internal combustion engines depicting 145 years of development of Industrial America. Located in Coolspring, Rt. 36.

Family-owned restaurant serving delicious homemade American, Italian and authentic Greek breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week. Located in downtown Historic Brookville. Full bar.

Kitchen-fresh milk and dark chocolate candies, holiday mints, sugar-free assortment, gift basket and Christmas and Easter candy. Open Monday-Saturday 10a.m.-3p.m. Extended holiday hours.

Mouth-watering smoked BBQ ribs, brisket, turkey, and pulled pork. Made-from-scratch sides include baked beans, fresh-cut smoked fries, deviled eggs, smoked cheeses, and more.
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Events

201816jun(jun 16)12:00 am24(jun 24)11:59 pmFeaturedBrookville Laurel Festival12:00 am - 11:59 pm (24) EST Brookville, Main StCounties:JeffersonCategory:Fairs & Festivals,Featured

2018sat23jun12:00 pm11:59 pmFeaturedPA Firefly Festival12:00 pm - 11:59 pm EST Black Caddis Ranch, 13558 Route 666Counties:ForestCategory:Children’s Events,Fairs & Festivals,Featured,Music

201828jun01julFeaturedThe Wall That Heals12:00 am - (july 1) 11:59 pm EST Brockway Parkside Complex, 1200 Wood StCounties:JeffersonCategory:Featured,History & Heritage

201830jun01julFeaturedHazen Flea Market8:00 am - (july 1) 4:00 pm EST Hazen Flea Market, 6847 Route 28 NCounties:JeffersonCategory:Crafts & Markets,Featured

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