Scenery Hill, Pennsylvania
The Century Inn, also known as Hill's Tavern
|Elevation||1,388 ft (423 m)|
|Time zone||Eastern (EST) (UTC-5)|
|• Summer (DST)||EDT (UTC-4)|
Scenery Hill is an unincorporated community in North Bethlehem Township in Washington County, Pennsylvania, United States. It serves as the postal address for most North Bethlehem Township residents. The ZIP code is 15360.
The village is located along U.S. Route 40 which is also known as the National Pike or National Road. It was the first east-west highway constructed in the U.S. Each year a large festival is held along the road in May stretching from parts of Maryland into Ohio. Scenery Hill often features entertainment and other exhibits during the event.
Century Inn, also known as Hill's Tavern, was constructed in the 18th century and is a historic centerpiece of the village. Many antique shops occupy the old homes along the main thoroughfare. Scenery Hill is home to small Lutheran and Methodist congregations. Many family names have existed in the region since the 18th century. Scenery Hill is surrounded by sheep and cattle farms.
Scenery Hill is located at an elevation of 1388 ft (423 m).
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