People visiting the iconic state of Pennsylvania will enjoy various tourist attractions and stunning sights in the region. These include Hershey Park, Independence National Park and the Liberty Bell, Gettysburg National Military Park, Presque Isle State Park, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Fallingwater, Reading Terminal Market, Phipps Conservatory, Carnegy Museum of Natural History, Pennsylvania State Capitol, and much more.
To appreciate the mastery of iconic architect Frank Lloyd Wright, visitors should take a tour of one of his famed private residences this summer.
Pennsylvania is one of America's top destinations for romantic escapades, and these getaways are a must-visit.
The Monogahela culture is long gone, but one can still learn about it at this recreated Pennyslavania Indian Village
Meadowcroft Rockshelter may be the oldest inhabited place in the USA and one can visit it today.
Today, there's not much left in the town once known as Centralia - but one thing is for sure: the fires are still burning.
Next time in Pennslyvania explore the many abandoned tracks of the East Broad Top Railroad and ride on the section that's restored.
If one likes sleuthing abandoned tunnels, then the Abandoned Pennsylvania Turnpike and other ghost tunnels are a treasure trove.
The abandoned South Pennsylvania Railroad has seen its disused tunnels being repurposed for the Turnpike and now for race testing.
The Lewis and Clark Trail now extends through 16 states and offers a unique way to experience the USA while learning its history.
Visitors will once again be treated to Hersheypark Christmas Candylane, along with a few more holiday food & fun surprises that await them.
Pennsylvania is home to some of the most historic haunts in the country, and these places would give anyone the creeps.
Pennsylvania is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, and these tour activities will be more than enough to get one's adrenaline pumping.
This day trip from Upstate New York has it all: Fall foliage, scenic mountain views, and a road that was voted the most scenic drive in the country.
The Mars in question is located about 30 minutes from Pittsburgh, and you could say it's pretty otherworldly.
There's plenty to see in Brandywine County in one day, and this short route takes visitors on a scenic trip through the valley.
Pennsylvania might not be known for its maple syrup production but after this tour, you'll be wishing you could eat pancakes on vacay every day.
Tragedy struck Widener family multiple times, but one ship is responsible for leaving one of the country's most respected mansions empty & abandoned.
The fires in Centralia are still burning and now, the town exists as a tragic reminder of what happened 60 years ago.