- Our list of the best things to do in Butler, Pennsylvania, features the top 23 nearby activities — including 7 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Butler, PA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, Amusement, and Outdoor Places.
- The results below include the top 18 things to do within the city of Butler, PA , followed by 5 popular activities in nearby cities, including New Castle and Pittsburgh
Dubbed 'The World's Coolest Toy Store,' Playthings Etc. offers toys and hobbies for people of all ages. There are more than 3,000 toys to choose from, ranging from science kits and educational toys, to toddler toys and futuristic toys.
93% 14 votes
551 Fairground Hill Road, Butler, PA 16001 MoreLess Info
First established in 1949 as the Butler Orchestral Association, the Butler County Symphony Orchestra in Butler, Pennsylvania sponsors six concerts annually, one of which is a family concert. The orchestra is considered one of the top orchestras in western Pennsylvania.
Established in 2004, Rustic Acres Winery in Butler, Pennsylvania features a wine store that displays the country winery's popular wines. White wines, red wines and blends are all featured in the line with many of the wines featuring citrus overtones.
Located in Butler, Pennsylvania, the Eracers Go-Kart Bumper-Boat Park includes rookie karts, bumper boats, two-seat karts and Sprint activities among its featured attractions. Mini golf is also featured at the facility.
71% 7 votes
540 Fairground Hill Road, Butler, PA 16001 MoreLess Info
At Family Bowlaway Fun Center, visitors can enjoy a game of cyber bowling and a pizza from the concession stand any night of the week. The center hosts unlimited bowling sessions on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday nights.
A 40-lane bowling center, Family Bowlaway offers bowling for both casual and league bowlers as well as a laser tag arena. The center provides arcade games, a bar and grill, flat-screen televisions and live entertainment.
Touted as the only museum in the western part of Pennsylvania that features Japanese and Chinese art, the Maridon Museum is located in Butler, Pennsylvania. The museum showcases 800 pieces of Asian artwork, including tapestries and jade and porcelain objects.