Saxonburg, Butler County
A quaint, charming, and historic neighborhood
History comes alive on our Saxonburg, Butler County tour! Wander quaint “Main Street USA” with preserved buildings, many over 100 years old. Hear the story of founder John Roebling, the engineer behind the Brooklyn Bridge. And, of course, meet the present-day business owners who share their food and stories with our guests.
This charming little town, our first destination outside of Allegheny County, it is an up-and-coming culinary spot. It features new and old establishments that provide tasty stops on our tour route. Enjoy delicious homemade soup, fine dining in a century-old hotel, German meats, sweet treats, and more. Step back in time and savor the treats that await in Saxonburg.
Saxonburg Tour Information
When: Public tours are available Saturday
Private group tours (12 or more people) can be scheduled on any weekday.
Time: 1:00 PM
Duration: Approximately 2-2.5 hours
Meeting Spot: Hotel Saxonburg located at 220 W Main St, Saxonburg, PA 16056
Weather: Tours takes place rain or shine
What To Wear: Wear comfortable shoes and
Capacity: 12 people per tour guide
Food: We taste on the go
Allergies/Food Restrictions: Vegetarian substitutions are available please see FAQs for more information
Included: Tastings are served during the tour and bottled water is provided
Cost: $49.00 per ticket. Every person on the tour must have a ticket. Tastings can not be shared.
Group Tours: A private group tour (twelve or more) can be tailored to meet the specific needs of your group or event
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