November 7, 1995, March 28, 1997 (Boundary Increase)
Uptown Somerset Historic District is a national historic district located at Somerset in Somerset County, Pennsylvania. The district includes 190 contributing buildings, 1 contributing site, and 1 contributing object. It encompasses an area centered on the county government complex and Somerset County Courthouse, with the surrounding commercial district, residential areas, and cemetery. Notable buildings include the former Somerset Trust Company Building (1906), First National Bank (1922), County Jail and Sheriff's Residence (1856, 1889), Lansberry House (1869), Edward Scull House (1847), former Somerset Academy (1882), Printing House Row (1872), St. Paul's United Church of Christ (1887), IOOF Building (1889), First Christian Church (1909-1912), and National Guard Armory (1922).