- Our list of the best things to do in Monroeville, Pennsylvania, features the top 59 nearby activities — including 28 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Monroeville, PA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Entertainment & Shows, Amusement, Museums & Galleries, and Outdoor Places.
- The results below include the top 9 things to do within the city of Monroeville, PA , followed by 50 popular activities in nearby cities, including Pittsburgh, Latrobe, Bethel Park and Washington
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Battle against other combatants in a zombie-themed laser tag arena, or make it a party complete with pizza
Guests can experience the next generation of entertainment at Cinemark Monroeville Mall. Theaters include XD technology with floor to ceiling and wall to wall screens, custom sound, and premium seating.
Poor Yorick's Players is a motley troupe dedicated to entertainment, education and cultural enrichment through the dramatic arts, with specific emphasis on the works of William Shakespeare. They perform at Tall Trees Amphitheater and are open to the public.
Featuring live folk and jazz music, Deer Creek Winery offers visitors a selection of fruit wines to sample, including its signature Raspberry Wine. The winery also hosts art and wine nights where visitors can enjoy wine while painting.
In addition to paved paths and hiking trails, the Monroeville Community Park offers two basketball courts, two tennis courts, a soccer field, and a baseball field with bleachers. Four pavilions with charcoal grills, picnic tables, and electricity are available for rental in the park.
Hosting youth sport leagues, Monroeville Sports Center offers visitors a sports facility with a multipurpose indoor field for soccer, basketball, and dodgeball. The center also hosts several fitness programs such as yoga, cardio, and sports classes.
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Housed in the historic home of Henry Clay Frick, the Frick Art & Historical Center illuminates the Gilded Age through fine and decorative art collections and exhibits, and a vintage car and carriage collection. Thematic docent-led tours explore the Victorian era.