Unique Attractions

bottleworks.org – 411 3rd Avenue – (814) 535-2020 

Bottle Works hosts many visual arts exhibits in its own state-of-the-art gallery, as well as arts classes, concerts, workshops, demonstrations, film screenings, cooking classes, and more.

cambriacityflowers.com – Emerich Place, 512 Chestnut Street

Cambria City Flowers is a Couture Floral Boutique specializing in unique floral arrangements for all occasions. From daily floral arrangements for birthdays, anniversaries, sympathy and funeral needs, get well wishes, home entertainment and decorating to weddings, showers, rehearsal dinners, private parties and corporate events, our designs bring elegance and luxury to every occasion.

512 Chestnut Street

Emerich Place is a multi-functional, mixed-use space in the heart of the Cambria City Historic District. Named in honor of the former St. Emerich’s Magyar (Hungarian) Roman Catholic Church that once stood on the block sharing space with the property, Emerich Place’s mission is rooted in maintaining the cultural and historical heritage of the Cambria City neighborhood while looking towards the future through renovating and repurposing existing structures.

jaha.org –  201 6th Avenue – (814) 539-1889

The Johnstown Area Heritage Association is a non-profit, membership-based organization that preserves and presents Johnstown’s nationally significant stories to the nation.

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bottleworks.org – Along Roosevelt Blvd. and Power Street

The mission of the Bottle Works is to inspire artistic passion, community connectivity, ethnic appreciation, and sustainable practice across generations.

409 6th Avenue

Stella, Property Development and Event Production is honored to have created this representation of an Eastern European Roadside Shrine Garden in the Cambria City Historic District. It is open to the public enjoyment, but privately owned. 

jaha.org –  201 6th Avenue – (814) 539-1889

Most house museums showcase an architecturally distinguished home, or were the homes of famous people — or both. The Wagner-Ritter House and Garden tells a very different story – the story of a modest, working-class family who spent their lives in “the shadow of the mills” in Johnstown’s Cambria City.

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