Philadelphia, Langhorne, New Hope, ..
Families love Philadelphia’s Old City, where three centuries of living history mix along the Delaware River. You’ll see guides in tricornered hats leading tours, while kids whiz past them...
Hershey, Lancaster, York, ..
Hershey–Pennsylvania Dutch Country beckons with amusement parks, historical sites, Pennsylvania Dutch arts and crafts, and lots of train rides. The year 2005 was the inaugural year of...
Pittsburgh, Homestead, Portersville, ..
Jim Thorpe, Scranton, Scotrun, ..
Erie, Jamestown, Conneaut Lake, ..
State College, Mifflin, Altoona, ..
Ligonier, Mill Run, Johnstown, ..
The beauty of the Laurel Highlands area of Pennsylvania will take your breath away. One hundred miles of countryside, mountains, and valleys; two mountain ridges; and thirteen state parks and forests...
Benton, Forksville, Eagles Mere, ..
Pennsylvania’s history reflects America’s history. Today it is more important than ever for families to learn about the background, and the responsibilities, of the freedoms we cherish.In Pennsylvania it is easy to take our historical sites for granted, but this is a great time to explore Old City Philadelphia, Independence Hall, and the Lights of Liberty sounds and lights show, as well as places like Valley Forge, Washington’s Crossing, and Gettysburg National Military Park. Historic landmarks and living-history sites can be found in every corner of the state. There’s no better time to discover them than now. But liberty is not just something from the past; it is a... + full overview
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