Named after Lord John Ligonier, Field Marshal for the British Army during the French and Indian War, Ligonier is home to Fort Ligonier - a full-scale reconstruction of the 1758 original. Quaint shops and restaurants encircle an historic bandstand in downtown Ligonier, collectively known as "The Diamond." Visitors to Ligonier enjoy festivities such as Fort Ligonier Days, the Ligonier Ice Fest and Sunday Evening Band Concerts.
The Laurel Highlands is a stunning 100-mile region of Pennsylvania's highest mountain ranges, rolling countryside and sparkling rivers in the southwestern part of the state. Known for stellar scenery, outdoor recreation, outstanding resorts, nationally acclaimed festivals and museums, the Laurel Highlands offers activities for all ages, appetites and seasons.
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Take Route 376 East towards Monroeville. Take the Pennsylvania Turnpike East to exit #9 at Donegal. Turn left onto Route 31 North. Turn left onto Route 711 North. Travel 10 miles to Ligonier.
Take Route 30 East towards Latrobe and Ligonier. Turn left onto Route 711 North. Travel 0.5 miles to Ligonier.
Take Route 271 West towards Ligonier. Turn left onto Route 711 South. Travel 2.5 miles to Ligonier.