You'll climb up out of the city to the site of the dam that broke on May 31, 1889, causing the 19th century's worst natural disaster - the Great Johnstown Flood of 1889. Continue along our forested back roads that take you through the heart of Cambria County's small communities to beautiful Prince Gallitzin State Park. >
Return to Johnstown traveling gently curving roads through scenic farmlands along the Allegheny Plateau, and through the deepest river gap east of the Mississippi - the Conemaugh Gap. Learn story of the immigrants who came through Ellis Island and settled in Johnstown to build a new life at the Heritage Discovery Center, and conclude your tour with the triumphant story of Johnstown's amazing recovery from the Great Flood.