Butler Named 7th Best Small Town by Smithsonian Magazine
Smithsonian Magazine recently published their list of The 20 Best Small Towns in America and Butler, PA was named number seven! The article calls Butler, “an old-time rural hub as down-to-earth as its most famous product – the Jeep.” Read the full article here.
Our great city has received some very positive press about this ranking. The City of Butler has been featured by the Butler Eagle, Inside Butler County, KDKA-TV, the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Want to visit some of the great cultural assests in the City of Butler? Here are the ones listed in the article and a few more we think you will like:Associated Artists of Butler County 344 S. Main St. 724.283.6922 Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival August 10th, 11th, 12th Butler Area Pulic Library 218 N. McKean St. 724.287.1715 Butler Blue Sox Pullman Park 100 Pullman Park Place 724.256.9994 Butler Center for the Performing Arts 122 W. Penn St. 724.283.5182 Butler County Historical Society Lowrie Shaw House 123 W. Diamond St. 724.283.8116 Butler County Symphony 259 S. Main St. 724.283.1420 The Butler-Freeport Community Trail Trail Head @S. Monroe St. Butler Little Theatre One Howard St. 724.287.6781 Butler Musical Theater Guild 724.287.8243 The Maridon Museum 322 N. McKean St. 724.282.0123 The Succop Theater Butler County Community College 107 College Dr. 724.284.8505