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The Coffee Pot, Bedford

3.9
#3 of 13 in Things to do in Bedford
Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Coffee Pot in Bedford, Pennsylvania is an example of novelty architecture. The lunch stand was built in the shape of a coffee pot by David Koontz in 1927. It was threatened with demolition in the 1990s, but in 2004 was moved across the street and restored. It currently serves as a gift shop.
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  • It's an oddity, bit easy to find and jump out for a photo. It may be in need of a little paint touch up!  more »
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  • A fascinating bit of Americana in Southern Pennsylvania. Located next to the county fairgrounds, this relocated building is a worth a stop for a photo it nothing else (we visited after dinner nearby and since it isn't illuminated pics were skipped). The placard provides the interesting details. A must see when visiting Bedford or the Jean Bonnet Tavern.
  • Have you ever seen a big coffee pot? If not, you should. This place has everything, a coffee pot, shade, grass and a sense of adventure. It didn't take long to get to from I70 so you should go.

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