Pittsburgh to Logstown Settler's History: A Self-Guided Driving Tour

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  • Audio Guide
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Private Tour
  • E-Ticket

Travel to a time before white Europeans "tamed" the wilderness of Western Pennsylvania, when Indians built mounds and walked trails. Be wary, though. It becomes the most dangerous place on Earth. We begin at the forts built at the Forks of the Ohio. We end at Logstown, the original Wild West town. Along the way, we'll be joined by howling wolves and dancing Indians. We'll visit an Indian burial mound that was carried away piece by piece until it is no more. Charles Dickens will reflect on his steamboat trip down the Ohio, and Grandmother will tell us why all the animals left Lenape land. This is a self-guided audio tour. Please download the tour using the VoiceMap app in a wifi zone to enjoy full offline accessibility.

Itinerary Details

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This is a typical itinerary for this product

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The tour passes the Brunot Island.

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The tour goes over the McKees Rocks Bridge.

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The tour passes Neville Island.

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The tour includes an optional stop at the Riverside Park.

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The tour goes alongside parts of the Ohio River.

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The tour ends in Logstown.
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