Butler Pennsylvania is the county seat of Butler County, located in the United States. Butler has a 15, 121 population and its name comes from Gen. Richard Butler, who died in the Battle of the Wabash, in 1791. Although Butler has a 2,7 squares miles, managed to turn into a nice place and a relaxing spot for spending vacation. Top Attractions within Butler The Butler County Courthouse is located in Butler and is the government building. Its architect was James P. Bailey and this building is the tallest in Butler. Its Gothic architectural style makes it one of the most beautiful and interesting buildings in this area. The Senator Walter Lowrie Shaw House was the house of the only Butler's United States Senator. The building dates since 1828 and is a historic and beautiful one. It also works as a museum and can be found at W. Diamond and S. Jackson Sts. The Maridon Museum is a wonderful place with four galleries. The first gallery exhibits an Asian art collection, but there are also many porcelain artifacts, so it will be a great opportunity to recreate and take in a part of the local art and culture. Pullman Park represents the place where you can watch a match and have fun. It is an proper place for kids and their dads, but also for the entire family. This baseball stadium was built in 1934 and was renovated in 2008. So, if you love sport, especially baseball, this is the spot where you have to come. Butler Little Theater represents one of the oldest running theaters in Western Pennsylvania. Dating since 1921, the theater was renovated throughout time. It houses many quality shows as well as classes for children. If you want to experience a few special hours, then this is the right place.