"Explore Our Universe" is the official slogan of Moon Township, and perhaps it’s high time that you do just that. The "universe" in question might be a modest one, but with its setting along the Ohio River and robust heritage as the oldest township in Allegheny County, there's much to discover in Moon. It's also home to Pittsburgh International Airport, so your voyage to the Steel City may well begin with a Moon landing. Why not stick around for a while and discover its celestial treasures?
Arrange Moon Township rental cars, take a tour of the green region, and pass over Sewickley Bridge. Its mechanical geometry, in contrast to the wide, meandering waters and lush riparian woodlands beneath it, is a reminder of the heyday of industry that forever transformed the rural community. Combine a journey through the town's past with a few pleasant hours outdoors at Robin Hill Park, which is within easy reach of hotels in Moon Township. Its nature trails and gardens are augmented by historic landmarks that evoke Moon Township's past— an elegant Georgian mansion and a modest log cabin, whose humble farmers, tradesmen, and well-to-do ladies alike surveyed the same leafy and lofty thickets laid out in front of you. Book one of our Pittsburgh hotels and venture onward to an unparalleled cityscape of towering skyscrapers and steep, hilly neighborhoods dissected by three mighty rivers.
Let Travelocity help you find the best hotels in Moon Township, PA, for your budget. Why reach for the Moon? Neil Armstrong posited "because it's in the nature of the human being to face challenges. It's by the nature of his deep inner soul... "
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