With a long history dating back to the 1700s, Delmont is a charming, rural community in Pennsylvania. Centrally located between Greensburg, Murrysville, and Monroeville, Delmont is easily accessible off Interstate 376. Once called Salem Crossroads, Delmont’s downtown historic district was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in the 1970s.
Catch a play at Apple Hill Playhouse, enjoy the walking path, tennis courts, and ball fields at Newhouse Park, go ice skating at Center Ice Arena, or spend an afternoon antique shopping downtown. Delmont has several restaurants, including the popular Lamplighter. Stop in and try the fresh-baked breads and cakes.
Shield’s Farm is a historical location where many community events are held, including the popular Apple ‘N’ Arts Festival. Other historical buildings include Salem Evangelical Lutheran Church and the Century Hotel. Just minutes away you’ll find the Frick Art and Historical Center, Union Station, Jefferson Regional Medical Center, Fort Ligonier, Arnold Palmer Regional Airport, and Molly’s Trolleys.