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Titusville (Pennsylvania)

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Titusville (Pennsylvania)

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Drake Well

Titusville [3] is in the northwest corner of Pennsylvania, USA. The city is considered the birthplace of the oil industry

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Titusville can be reached via Route 8 from the north or south and Route 27 from east and west.

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  • Drake Well Museum, 202 Museum Lane, 814-827-2797, [1]. 9 AM to 5 PM Mon. - Sat., 12 PM to 5 PM Sun. (Closed on Tuesdays from Nov. to April. The site where Colonel Edwin Drake struck oil on the banks of Oil Creek in 1859. Drake well includes a museum, picnic area, and several hiking trails. A 9 mile bike trail connects with the Oil City side of Oil Creek State Park. It is a beautiful bike ride on a paved trail. The museum is open year round, but the outdoor exhibits are only open from May through October. $6 adults, $5 senior citizens and AAA members, $3 children.




Blue Canoe opened in summer 2008 and it's a very good microbrewery with good food.



  • Comfort Inn, 511 West Central Ave, 814-827-0041, [2]. checkin: 3:00 PM; checkout: 12:00 PM. $75-$120.

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