111 Village Dr.
State College, PA 16803
Phone: (814) 235-1020
Fax: (814) 235-1388
One of the several college towns strewn all over the state of Pennsylvania, State College was founded alongside, and also flourished with, the Pennsylvania State University. The university was founded in 1855 and by 1896,State College had grown so much in population and importance that it was incorporated as a borough. Today, the town boasts an interesting population of students, visitors and local residents, and is regarded as one of the safest, and also one of the most stress-free, Metropolitan areas in all of the United State, earning it the moniker, 'Happy Valley'. The town also plays host to a range of popular events throughout the year, including the Central Pennsylvania Festival of Arts, and the Homecoming Parade. See the website or call to know more.
With a seating capacity of 107,282, the gigantic Beaver Stadium is regarded among the largest stadiums in the world. Located on the campus of Pennsylvania State University and home to the Nittany Lions, you can catch many collegiate games throughout the year. Besides hosting intra collegiate matches, the venue also hosts a few international matches. If you are a true fan of football, then a visit to this shrine of the game is a must.
The Mifflin County Courthouse, built in 1842-1843, is a historic courthouse building located at Lewistown, Mifflin County. The Greek Revival style 2 1/2-story, brick building is 48 feet (14.6 meters) by 82 feet (25 meters) and is characterised by a pedimented approach, two engaged columns and a prominent dome. The building, added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976, is still in use as a courthouse.