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Take a drive out to the town of Beaver and check off a few sites on your history bucket list. The 1802 Log House on the grounds of the award-winning Beaver Area Heritage Museum is a center for education and demonstrates the lifestyle and everyday living conditions faced by typical frontier families circa 1802. Bringing the past into the present, the Air Heritage Museum of Western Pennsylvania allows aircrafts to guide you through the rich history of flight. The museum holds aviation-related artifacts from past to present, Japanese and German artifacts from WWII, as well as civilian, commercial, and military antiquities. From Beaver County to Broadway, Joe Namath has always maintained his roots in his hometown. Walk around Joe’s old stomping grounds and learn more about the Super Bowl victor at the Larry Bruno Foundation Hall of Achievement & Museum. Saint Nicholas Chapel is a new-world homage to the old-world faith, mirroring churches built long ago in the foothills of the Carpathian Mountains in Eastern Europe and Western Ukraine. A museum with one-of-a-kind artifacts is located on the lower level of the chapel.