Pennsylvania has at least 1,000 places to visit that are awesome as well as interesting. This list of 10 attractions all include archaeological sites that will fascinate your family and friends.
The facts and fiction surrounding the Betsy Ross house, (a top Philadelphia tourist attraction), and the legend of the first American flag maker. Pictures and video
Butler County, Pennsylvania is a rapidly growing county just north of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is filled with rolling hills and beautiful farmland. It offers visitors numerous historical attractions along with other fascinating points of interest. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the state...
In north central Pennsylvania, Pine Creek Gorge, the Grand Canyon of PA, cuts through 47 miles of hardwood forest from U.S. Route 6, just south of Ansonia, to below Waterville, PA at its southern end. Over 800 feet deep at its northern end, the deepest point in the gorge is1,450 feet near...
The Falls Trail at Ricketts Glen State Park, Pennsylvania is one of the top day hikes in the eastern U.S. Spring 2015 is offering great views of the falls filled with water from the melting snow.
The Crayola Factory in Easton, Pennsylvania is a fantastic place to take children. There are wonderful projects that the children can make along with learning about the history of Crayola Crayons.
Pittsburgh is a wonderful city with a rich history, diverse cultural amenities, and fun outdoor activities. The 'burgh is also a great place to visit! Here is a fun list of things to do, see, and eat.
Lancaster is one city in Pennsylvania that makes the state so full of attractions people want to visit. The local Amish/Mennonite histories mean much in the works of one well known author as well.
The Three Best Tourist Sites to visit in Pittsburgh, PA are: The Point, Mount Washington and The Carnegie Science Center. Experience some of the finest attractions Pittsburgh has to offer.
Pennsylvania is a really fascinating state to visit. On the one hand, Pennsylvania is a rural state filled with rolling hills and a leisurely way of life. On the other hand, Pennsylvania has some big urban areas (and easy proximity to the major...