Windber Historic District is a national historic district located at Paint Borough, Scalp Level, and Windber in Cambria County and Somerset County, Pennsylvania. The district includes 944 contributing buildings and 1 contributing site. It encompasses an area first developed by the Berwind-White Coal Company in 1897, and developed and between 1897 and 1930. It includes the central business district of Windber and surrounding residential areas, consisting largely of workers' housing. Notable buildings include the Berwind-White Headquarters Building (1903), Eureka Department Store (1899), Windber Trust Company (1910), Windber Electric Building (1925), Clement Building (1902), Windber Hotel (1902), former train station (1916), Arcadia Theater (1919), Clubhouse (1899), Davis Shaffer House (now Windber Museum, 1886), and Windber Hospital (c. 1905).