Founded in 1873, Mars is a small town of 1,700 people in rural Butler County. The community is nestled in a small valley along Breakneck Creek and is home to the popular roadside attraction, the Mars "Spaceship" or "Flying Saucer". It is also home to the Mars Train Station which is one of the last remaining railroad depots still standing from the now defunct Pittsburgh & Western Railroad.
Mars' central business district is centered on Grand Avenue, home to everything from hair salons to the town's library.
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On-street parking is available.