The Winkler Gallery of Fine Art is the major contributor to the promotion of cultural and artistic behavior in Du Bois. As the founder Perry Winkler placed the mission of the establishment, the gallery is meant to make the art works of local talents known to the general public. There are many permanent and changing exhibitions of paintings, photography, sculptures and many more. In addition to this, people may also have the possibility to purchase some of these objects.
The Memorial Park is the most complete facility for leisure and entertainment in Du Bois. People may enjoy family outings and get-togethers, picnics and barbecues, biking, hiking, walking trails and many more. There are some entertainment opportunities as well here, such as outdoor stages and pavilions and the Edward V. Cherry Amphitheater, where many of the greatest live performances of music and theater take place.
The Paul G. Ritz Theater is a local landmark of Du Bois, due to its amazing building and performances. From the outside, the theater house may be mistaken for a church, as this was the primarily function of the building. Paul Ritz has been granted with the idea of restoring the old church and transforming it into an amazing cultural facility. People may wish to admire a wide variety of plays, from all genres, at the Paul G. Ritz Theater. The theater also hosts auditions in order to find talents and people interested in acting.
The Treasure Lake is the grounds of a multi-purpose recreational facility, in Du Bois. People may come here to enjoy a wide range of activities, such as golfing, outside leisure sports, fitness, swimming, horseback riding and so on. The lake has designated areas where visitors can camp, fish and rent the necessary equipment and tools for all these activities.