About Uniontown, Our County Seat

Uniontown, Pennsylvania was founded in 1776 and is a historic district included in the National Register of Historic Places.

Interesting Sites

A few interesting sites in downtown Uniontown include:

  • A Civil War monument erected in 1867 in the Oak Grove Cemetery
  • The Fayette County Courthouse
  • The Highland House hotel and tavern founded in the 1890s
  • The Methodist Cemetery founded in 1791
  • The Old Settlers Public Cemetery founded in 1794
  • The Old West School House on West Main Street built around 1820
  • The State Theatre Center for the Arts, built in 1922
  • The Underground Railroad on Baker Alley off East Main Street
  • The White Swan built in 1805 as a tavern