Old Parsonage Bed & Breakfast is a bed and breakfast located in a former rectory from 1914 featuring three themed guest rooms in the Leechburg Historic District. Amenities include meeting space, complimentary breakfast, and internet access.
Enchanted Abbey is a century-old church building specializing in small, intimate events of 25 people or less. Everything you need to throw the party of the century, aside from food and drinks, is included. Watch your wedding, tea party, murder mystery dinner, or other unique experience come to fruition at this picturesque event center.
Happy Day Café is a cash-only family-friendly restaurant specializing in breakfast.
Kiski Watershed Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the environmental education, recreation, conservation, and rehabilitation of the natural and historical resources of the Kiski River and its tributaries.
The Rotary Club of Leechburg is a part of Rotary International, a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.
Coco Coffeehouse, which opened in 2011, is named after the shop owner Nikki’s children and their beloved family pets. Their soups, baked goods, and specials are made fresh on-site using quality ingredients. It’s a great place to catch up with friends, meet a colleague for a quick meeting, or hang out solo with a cup of coffee and a delicious salad, sandwich, pastry, or dish.
Coco Coffeehouse also has a drive-thru location in Leechburg on South Leechburg Hill Road and a Ford City location on 4th Avenue.
Ruman & Kraft Antiques is an antique store with a unique and eclectic assortment of antiques and collectibles across eras.
Leechburg Floral Co is a florist providing arrangements of fresh, dried, and silk flowers, furniture, and antiques.
Find new and consigned women’s formal attire for weddings, proms, homecomings, and more at Get Dressed Formals.
The Leechburg Area Community Association (LACA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Leechburg as a retail, service, and cultural area. Membership is free and open to anyone.
Market Street Antiques is a multi-vendor antique store selling high-quality antiques and collectibles.
The Twisted Thistle Restaurant is a venue space and catering service for on-site and off-site events.
The Leechburg Area Community Development Corporation (LACDC) is a group of committed volunteers who have a sincere interest in Leechburg and the surrounding communities of Gilpin, Hyde Park, Parks Township, and West Leechburg. This group wants to strengthen the area by helping it evolve and grow.
IPG Fitness is a privately-owned and operated fitness facility committed to serving clients and their fitness needs with over 12,000 lbs of free weights, cardio equipment, stack machines, and exercise classes. IPG Fitness is open 24/7 and able to accommodate all levels of fitness goals, beginner to professional.
Now open for extended weekend hours, Goat Donuts, the locally-owned donut shop on Leechburg’s Market Street, is serving up delicious, fresh donuts and coffee. On the weekends, you can enjoy donut ice cream sandwiches and donut sundaes. Their talented staff can also make custom donuts for any occasion, from classic favorites to unique flavors that satisfy any craving.
Fox’s Pizza Den is a chain restaurant serving authentic pizzas, salads, nearly world famous “wedgies,” gourmet pizzas, hoagies, and more. All items are hand-made with the finest ingredients.
The Leechburg Museum is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of all things Leechburg, PA. The Leechburg Area Museum was originally opened in a small yellow brick house at 116 First Street in 1976 as a project of the Heritage Division of the Bicentennial Committee of the Leechburg Area. Through the hard work and generosity of the community at large, the museum and its collections have grown a lot as the years have passed. On August 5th, 1991 the Leechburg Area Museum and Historical Society purchased the adjacent property at 118 First Street from Dr. Courtney Bishoff. The building, then a dentist’s office, was once the property of founder David L. Leech. Constructed in the 1830s and gifted to his son David F. Leech, the structure is among the oldest in town.
China King is a Chinese restaurant located near Leechburg Riverfront Park serving lunch and dinner options.
Cicero’s Bar & Grill offers family dining at an affordable price in a friendly atmosphere.
One Idea Books & Gifts is located in downtown Leechburg, PA. They specialize in books written by women, BIPOC, and LGBTQIA+ authors. They also carry unique, memorable, hand-crafted gifts, including locally sourced items and regional merchandise.