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From the historic cities to scenic valleys and woodlands, the Keystone State is a playground for any traveler. The region’s captivating past is filled with colorful characters and intrigue. Cultural attractions, fine dining and one-of-a-kind shopping venues abound. Outdoor adventures, professional sporting events and amusement parks promise thrills and chills for adults and children alike.

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Entertainment & Amusement Parks

  • Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom — Two great parks for the price of one, with more than 100 rides, including 10 roller coasters and 22 water slides.
    • Location: 3830 Dorney Park Rd., Allentown
    • Phone: 610-395-3724
    • Costs: Admission rates vary according to age and time or year. Call for more information.
    • Hours: Hours of operation vary according to the calendar. Call for more information.
  • Hersheypark — Once a picnic area for Hershey company employees, Hersheypark has grown into one the country’s premier amusement parks with more than 65 rides and attractions, including the Superdooperlooper, the first looping coaster on the East Coast. Included in the one-price admission are an 11-acre zoo and The Boardwalk at Hersheypark.
    • Location: 100 W. Hershey Park Dr., Hershey
    • Phone: 717-534-3900
    • Costs: Admission rates vary according to day of the week and time of year. Call for more information on rates, season passes and discounts.
    • Hours: Vary according to the calendar. Call for more information.
  • Waldameer Park & Water World — This park complex features scores of rides and water park slides, as well as live shows and a modern arcade.
    • Location: 220 Peninsula Dr., Erie
    • Phone: 814-838-3591
    • Costs: Admission rates vary according to the calendar. Call for more information.
    • Hours: Vary according to the calendar. Call for more information.
  • Kennywood Park — For those visiting the Pittsburgh area, this historic amusement park is a must-see.  Established in 1898, Kennywood features 31 major rides, including three wooden roller coasters and the Thunderbolt, one of the highest-rated roller coasters in the country.
    • Locations 4800 Kennywood Blvd., West Mifflin
    • Costs: Admission rates vary according to age and the calendar. Call for more information.
    • Hours: The park season runs from May through October. Call for a schedule.
  • Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark — A major tourist destination in the Pocono Mountains region, Camelbeach Mountain Resort has the largest water park in Pennsylvania with 37 rides, slides and attractions.  After you're done with the water park try Zip-line rides or the Mountain Coaster at the adjoining Camelback Mountain Adventure Park.
    • Location: 301 Resort Drive, Tannersville
    • Phone: 570-629-1661
    • Costs: Admission rates vary according to the calendar. Call for more information.
    • Hours: The water park is open May through September. Call for a schedule.
  • Sands Bethlehem Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem offers more than 3,000 slot machines and more than 150 table games including a 36-table poker room. The resort also includes a 302-room hotel, restaurants, a spa and outlets as well as a live entertainment and accommodations for weddings and meetings.
  • Presque Isle Downs & Casino — Open 24/7 year round, this gambling complex has more than 200 flat-screen plasma televisions, 2,000 slot machines, three dining areas and four lounges.
  • Rivers Casino — Located along Pittsburgh’s North Shore, the Rivers Casino has 3,000 slot machines, five first-class restaurants, thrilling bars, entertainment and more. A multi-story glass facade overlooks the Ohio River, downtown Pittsburgh and Mt. Washington. The casino boasts the first virtual roulette game in Pennsylvania, and the state's only $500 slot machine.
  • Mount Airy Casino Resort — Try your luck at 2,500 slots and electronic table games. Dine on steaks or regional Italian cuisine, or enjoy a night of dancing or play a round of golf.
    • Location: 312 Woodland Rd., Mount Pocono
    • Phone: 877-682-4791
  • Harrah’s Philadelphia —Located 30 minutes outside Philadelphia, this casino offers 2,700 slots and video poker machines, numerous restaurants and bars, as well as full-card simulcasting of both Thoroughbred and Standardbred racing.
    • Location: 777 Harrah’s Blvd., Chester
    • Phone: 800-480-8020
  • Sugar House Casino — Operating on the site of a vacant sugar refinery, the 22-acre lot along the Delaware River waterfront features 1,700 slot machines, restaurant and bars.
    • Location: 1001 N. Delaware Ave, Philadelphia
    • Phone: 877-477-3715
  • Godfrey Daniels — This small club in Bethlehem has drawn some very big names in folk music, while keeping its local roots by hosting performances by area musicians and comedians as well as an “open mike night” every Sunday.
    • Location: 7 E. 4th St., Bethlehem
    • Phone: 610-867-2390
    • Costs: Call for information on ticket prices.
    • Hours: The box office is open Tuesday-Saturday, 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Victorian Princess Cruise Lines — Cruise Lake Erie or scenic Presque Isle Bay.
    • Location: 133 E. Dobbins Landing, Erie
    • Phone: 814-459-9696
    • Costs: Call for information on cruise rates.
    • Hours: Call for information on cruise schedules.
  • Pride of the Susquehanna Riverboat — This authentic stern-driven paddle wheeler was built 25 years ago by the nonprofit Harrisburg Area Riverboat Society. Since her launch, she has been used for wedding, corporate events and murder mystery cruises as well as dinner cruises.
    • Location: 11 Championship Way, Harrisburg
    • Phone: 717-234-6500
    • Costs: Call for information on cruise rates.
    • Hours: Call for information on cruise schedules.
  • Spirit Of Philadelphia — See the city sights from the Delaware River or enjoy a romantic moonlight cruise.
    • Location: Columbus Blvd. and Lombard Circle, Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-923-4354
    • Costs: Call for information on cruise rates.
    • Hours: Call for information on cruise schedules.
  • Gateway Clipper Fleet — Experience Pittsburgh from the deck of a riverboat. Enjoy public dining, sightseeing or entertainment cruises, or book a private event out on the water year-round. 
    • Location: 350 W. Station Square Dr., Pittsburgh
    • Phone: 412-355-7980
    • Costs: Call for information on cruise rates.
    • Hours: Call for information on cruise schedules.

Arts & Cultural

  • Allentown Art Museum — A world-class collection that includes European Renaissance and Baroque paintings and a library designed by Frank Lloyd Wright make for a vibrant cultural center.
    • Location: 31 N. Fifth St., Allentown 
    • Phone: 610-432-4333
    • Costs: $12 for adults; $10 for children (6-12), students and seniors; free for children 5 and under, active military personnel and members.
    • Hours: Wednesday-Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 4 p.m.
  • Steel Stacks — This 10-acre campus dedicated to arts, culture, family events, community celebrations, education and fun was once the home plant of Bethlehem Steel, the second-largest steel manufacturer in the United States. The property is home to the ArtsQuest Center and other performance venues as well as a myriad of musical festivals.
    • Location: 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem
    • Phone: 610-332-1300
    • Costs: Call for information on memberships and ticket prices.
    • Hours: The Visitor Center is open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Call for a schedule of upcoming events.
  • Allentown Symphony Hall — The home of the Allentown Symphony Orchestra presents a variety of classical, popular and jazz music performances along with music competitions, an annual performance of the Nutcracker ballet and monthly jazz cabarets.
    • Location: 23 N. Sixth St., Allentown
    • Phone: 610-432-7961
    • Costs: Call for information on ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for information on upcoming performances.
  • State Theatre Center for the Arts — This 1,500-seat venue stages more than 100 performances a year, from family entertainment and opera to Broadway and comedy.
    • Location: 453 Northampton St., Easton
    • Phone: 610-258-7766
    • Costs: Call for information on ticket prices and group discounts.
    • Hours: The theater box office is open year-round, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call for a schedule of upcoming events.
    • Other: The facility is available for private functions. Call for more information.
  • Malcolm W. Gross Memorial Rose Gardens — These old-fashioned rose gardens, with many beautiful flowers and ponds filled with water lilies, are known for their All-America Rose Selections.
    • Location: 2700 Pkwy. Blvd., Allentown
    • Phone: 610-437-7628
    • Costs: Free
    • Hours: Open year-round, dawn to dusk.
  • Erie Art Museum — Features 18 to 20 exhibitions annually that embrace a wide range of subjects. Guided tours are available year-round for all age groups.
    • Location: 411 State St., Erie
    • Phone: 814-459-5477
    • Costs: $7 for adults; $5 for seniors, children and students; free for members and children under 5.
    • Hours: Tuesday- Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Erie Playhouse — Recognized by the American Theater Association as among the 10 best community theaters in the nation in 1985, the Playhouse is a cultural mainstay in Erie.
    • Location: 13 W. 10th St., Erie
    • Phone: 814-454-2852
    • Costs: Call for information on group rates and tickets prices.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule of upcoming events and performances.
  • Warner Theatre Commissioned by Warner Brothers, this Art Deco theater has operated for 82 years, gracing audiences with music, drama and dance performances. The theater is home to the Lake Erie Ballet, the Erie Philharmonic and the Erie Broadway Series.
    • Location: 811 State St., Erie
    • Phone: 814-453-7117
    • Costs: Call for information on ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule of upcoming events, and performances.
  • Harrisburg Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts — This sprawling complex includes a 700-seat performing arts venue, an IMAX theater and science museum.
    • Location: 222 Market St. Harrisburg
    • Phone: 717/724-3854
    • Costs: Call for information ion admission rates.
    • Hours: Tuesday-Friday 11am to 5pm; Saturday 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday 12:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
  • The Forum — The Forum serves as home to the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra and hosts many professional performances, concerts and plays.
    • Location: 5th and Walnut Streets, Harrisburg
    • Phone: 717-787-6196
    • Costs: Call for information on ticket prices and group discounts.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule of upcoming events and performances.
  • Philadelphia’s Avenue of the Arts — The portion of Broad Street extending from Glenwood Avenue to Washington Avenue is Philadelphia’s premier entertainment and cultural district.
    • Location: 123 S. Broad St., Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-731-9668
  • Mann Center for the Performing Arts — The region's premier outdoor cultural arts venue features pops, jazz, Shakespeare, dance, opera and musical theater.
    • Location: 52nd St. & Parkside Ave., Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-546-7900
    • Costs: Call for information on ticket prices and discounts.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule of events and upcoming performances.
  • Mural Mile — A unique walking tour of Center City's 17 most iconic murals.
    • Locations: 1727-29 Mt. Vernon St., Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-685-0750
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art — The Philadelphia Museum of Art is among the largest art museums in the United States, with 200 galleries exhibiting masterpieces of painting, sculpture, decorative arts and architecture.
    • Location: Benjamin Franklin Parkway at 26th St., Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-763-8100
    • Costs: $20 for adults; $18 for seniors; $14 for students; free for children and members.
    • Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Wednesday and Friday, open until 8:45 p.m.; Closed Mondays and holidays.
  • Rodin Museum — Home to the largest Rodin collection outside of Paris, France.
    • Location: 2151 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-568-6026
    • Costs: $8 for adults; $7 for seniors; $6 for students; free for children under 12 and members.
    • Hours: Wednesday-Monday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Closed Tuesday
  • The Andy Warhol Museum — The museum focuses on the life and works of Andy Warhol.
    • Location: 117 Sandusky St., Pittsburgh
    • Phone: 412-237-8300
    • Costs: $20 for adults; $10 for students and children (3-18).
    • Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Open until 10 p.m. on Friday; Closed Monday.
  • Pittsburgh Cultural District — This area in downtown Pittsburgh features public spaces, arts projects and cultural facilities as well as Heinz Hall and the Benedum Center for the Performing Arts, which houses the Pittsburgh Ballet and the Pittsburgh Opera.
  • The Carnegie Museums — Industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie founded four museums in Pittsburgh now part of a 13-acre complex: the Carnegie Art Museum, the Carnegie Music Hall, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and the Carnegie Library.
    • Location: 4400 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh
    • Phone: 412-622-3131
    • Costs:  $17.95 for adults; $14.95 for seniors; $11.95 for students and children (3-19); free for members and children under 3.
    • Hours: Wednesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.; Monday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Closed Tuesday.
  • Frick Art & Historical Center — Once the childhood home of Helen Clay Frick, the grounds include the Frick Art Museum, the Car and Carriage Museum and a greenhouse as well as a museum shop, a visitor’s center and a café that serves lunch and afternoon tea.
    • Location: 7227 Reynolds St., Pittsburgh
    • Phone: 412-371-0600
    • Costs: Free
    • Hours: Tuesday-Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Closed Monday.
  • Murals Of York — Follow a self-guided walking tour and see more than 15 public paintings about York's history.
  • York Symphony Orchestra — Since 1933, the York Symphony Orchestra has provided the community with symphonic music, from classical to swing and everything in between.
    • Location: 10 N. Beaver St., York
    • Phone: 717-812-0717
    • Costs: Call for information on ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule of events and performance.
  • Penn's Peak — Located in historic Jim Thorpe, Penn’s Peak can comfortably host 1,800 concert goers with its spacious dance floor and lofty ceilings.
    • Location: 325 Maury Rd., Jim Thorpe
    • Phone: 610-826-9000
    • Costs: For ticket prices, call the box office.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule of events.
  • Shawnee Playhouse — A historic theater built in 1904, this theater is home to the Worthington Players and offers musicals, dramas, comedies, special events and children’s theater.
    • Location: 552 River Rd., Shawnee-On-Delaware
    • Phone: 570-421-5093
    • Hours: Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m. to 10 a.m.; Saturday, 3 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Sunday, Noon to 4 p.m.; Closed Monday
    • Costs: Call for information on ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule of events and upcoming performances.
  • The Columns Museum Located in the historic Borough of Milford, the museum displays civil war artifacts, including the blood stained flag which cushioned President Lincoln’s head after he was shot by John Wilkes Booth.
    • Location: 608 Broad St., Milford
    • Phone: 570-296-8126
    • Costs: $5 for adults; $3 for students; free for children
    • Hours: Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Restaurants & Shopping

  • Allentown Brew Works — The Allentown Brew Works is a full service brewpub and restaurant housed inside the historic Harold's Furniture Building. Home-brewed beers are featured daily.
    • Location: 812 Hamilton St., Allentown
    • Phone: 610-433-7777
    • Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to midnight; Friday-Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Closed all major holidays.
  • Christkindlemarkt — For several weekends in November and December, this open-air market features 100 artisans and everything from pottery to holiday crafts and more.
    • Location: 505 Main St., Bethlehem
    • Phone: 610-332-3378
    • Costs: $9 for adults; $5 for children (6-12); free for children 5 and under. Group rates and season passes are available.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule or information on hours of operation.
  • Cosmopolitan — Cosmopolitan boasts six floors of breathtaking architecture that features include two dining rooms, a two-story ballroom seating 175 and a nightclub.
    • Location: 22 N. 6th St., Allentown
    • Phone: 610-435-3540
    • Hours: Tuesday-Thursday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.; Friday, 11 a.m. to midnight; Saturday, 4 p.m. to midnight; Sunday Brunch; 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • The Outlets at Sands Bethlehem — The Outlets at Sands Bethlehem has more than 27 stores (and growing!) and more than half of them are specialty retailers that carry everything from clothing to jewelry to gifts.
    • Location: 77 Sands Blvd., Bethlehem
    • Phone: 877-726-3777
    • Hours: Sunday-Thursday, 10 a.m. to 9 a.m.; Friday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.
  • Downtown Erie — Revitalized stores are spread out around State Street from 12th Street to the water’s edge and include clothing, specialty stores and pubs as well as theaters and sports facilities.
  • Bayfront District — Located on the city side of Erie’s waterfront, Bayfront includes restaurants, shopping, miniature golf, wooden boat building, concerts and other activities. It is also within in easy walking distance to the museums and art galleries of Discovery Square.
  • All Season's Market Place and Flea Market – This all-season market place is an eclectic mix of specialty shops,  a flea market, food court, auctions and a consignment emporium. 
    • Location: 2080 Interchange Rd., Millcreek Mall Pavilion, Erie
    • Phone: 814-866-8580
  • Broad Street Market — With nearly 40 vendors selling locally-grown and organic produce, meats and baked goods, this market has something for everyone.
    • Location: 1233 N. Third St., Harrisburg
    • Phone: 717-236-7923
    • Hours: Thursday and Friday, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Saturday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • The Bare Wall — Housed in a late-Victorian building on a side street one block from the Capitol, this eclectic gift shop features handcrafted pottery, jewelry and greeting cards as well as soaps and lotions, candles and home decor items. Dripping with ambiance, the shop is also a good source of information on Harrisburg attractions for out-of-towners.
    • Location: 712 Green St., Harrisburg
    • Phone: 717-236-8504
    • Hours: Monday-Saturday; 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Strawberry Square Shopping Center and Food Court — Located in the heart of downtown Harrisburg, Strawberry Square houses an array of upscale clothing shops, jewelers and other specialty stores. A food court has a variety of national and international cuisine.
    • Location: 2nd and Market Streets, Harrisburg
    • Phone: 717-255-1020
    • Hours: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Closed Sunday.
  • The Bellevue — This sparkling 1904 Beaux Arts masterpiece houses elegant shops such as Tiffany & Co., Polo Ralph Lauren and Nicole Miller as well as a Park-Hyatt Hotel. A gourmet food court offers everything from home-style Korean food to cheesesteaks. Three premier restaurants, Bliss, The Palm and XIX, add to its luster.
    • Location: Broad and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-875-0429
    • Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sunday hours vary by store.
  • Philadelphia’s Jewelers Row — Just one block from historic Independence Hall sits the oldest diamond district in the U.S.
    • Location: Sansom Street between 7th and 8th streets; Eighth Street between Chestnut and Walnut streets., Philadelphia
  • Geno’s Steaks — A South Philadelphia institution, Geno’s has been slinging Philly cheesesteaks for 40 years from the same street corner where the sandwich was invented.
    • Location: 1219 S. 9th St., Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-389-0659
    • Hours:  Open 24/7
  • 16:62 Design Zone — Home to antiques shops, home furnishings, art galleries and specialty boutiques, Pittsburgh's design district is located in the Strip District and Lawrenceville -- two of Pittsburgh's oldest neighborhoods. Restaurants in the district are frequently voted as favorites among Pittsburghers and offer choices such as Italian, traditional deli, seafood and New American
  • Pittsburgh's Strip District — The Strip, as it is called by locals, mixes Pittsburgh’s gritty industrial past with a modern present. Old factories have been converted into lofts. Restaurants abound and shops include street vendors, one-of-a-kind boutiques and an array of antique stores. On weekends, people flock to the area for its nightclubs and breweries.
    • Location: The Strip’s east and west boundaries run from 11th and 33rd streets — with the produce district running from 16th to 22nd streets.
    • Phone: Neighbors in the Strip, 412-201-4774.
  • Shopping At The Waterfront — Thriving along the Monongahela River between Pittsburgh's Squirrel Hill neighborhood and Homestead, The Waterfront is Pittsburgh's newest destination for shopping, dining and nightlife.
    • Location: 149 W. Bridge St., Homestead
    • Phone: 412-476-8889
    • Hours:  Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.; Individual store and restaurant hours may vary.
  • 84 Country Store — The largest country store in Pennsylvania sells Amish jams, fudge, linens, candles and more. It also includes 2,000 square feet of space just for kids, and an antique house with thousands of items.
    • Location: 150 Water St., Milford; 101 Creamery Rd., Greentown
    • Phone: 570-409-4646 ; 570-252-4223
    • Hours: Vary depending on the time of year. Call for more information.
  • Callie's Pretzel Factory — See soft and hard pretzels and gourmet flavored popcorn made and shop for many other party snacks.
    • Location: Routes 390 & 191, Mountainhome
    • Phone: 570-595-3527/1-800-252-7750
    • Hours: Vary according to time of year. Call for information.
  • Callie’s Candy Kitchen — Everything tastes better covered in chocolate. This quaint, award winning candy maker offers up everything from elegant truffles to chocolate-covered Twinkies. 
    • Location: Routes 390 & 191, Mountainhome,
    • Phone: 570-595-3527/1-800-252-7750
    • Hours: Vary according to time of year. Call for information.
  • The Crossings Premium Outlets — The Crossings Premium Outlets features 100 designer and name-brand stores offering savings of 25% to 65% every day.
    • Location: 1000 Premium Outlets Dr., Tannersville
    • Phone: 570-629-4650
    • Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Central Market House — This historic building is full of fresh local flavor with area  produce, artisan crafts, baked goods, locally grown flowers, seafood, meats and more. Tons of seating is available for mingling.
    • Location: 34 W. Philadelphia St., York
    • Phone: 717-848-2243
    • Hours: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • Pewtarex Factory Outlet — Shop the factory outlet store located in front of the factory. This beautiful old building has 20-foot ceilings and the charm of Pewtarex displayed on antique, carved solid cherry cabinets.
    • Location: 722 W. Market St., York
    • Phone: 717-854-6388
    • Hours: Call for more information.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

  • Erie SeaWolves Baseball —The Erie SeaWolves are the Class AA Affiliate of the Detroit Tigers and 2007 Southern Division Champions.
    • Location: 110 E. 10th St., Erie
    • Phone: 814-456-1300
    • Costs: Call for information about ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for information about the upcoming season.
  • Pocono Raceway — Pocono Raceway is Pennsylvania's NASCAR Connection. The track’s 2.5 mile triangular design makes it truly unique.
    • Location: Long Pond Road & Route 115, Long Pond
    • Phone: 570-646-2300
    • Costs: Call for information on tickets and special packages.
    • Hours: Call for a race schedule and a list of upcoming events.
  • Skytop Lodge — To say this luxury retreat is picturesque is an understatement. Nestled on 5,500 acres in the Pocono Mountains, the resort includes an 18-hole golf course that is one of the area’s best.
    • Location: 1 Skytop, Skytop
    • Phone: 570-595-8910
    • Costs: Call for information about green fees and memberships.
    • Hours: 7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  • 3 Lakes Golf Course — An 18-hole public golf course with private amenities, an event center, full-service golf shop with lessons and club fitting and the 19th Hole Bar & Grille.
    • Location: 6700 Saltsburg Rd., Pittsburgh
    • Phone: 412-793-7111
    • Costs: Call for information on green fees and other costs.
    • Hours: Call for operating hours.
  • Briarwood Golf Courses — Home to 36 championship holes with excellent conditioning, speedy greens, lighted driving range, a lounge and a well-stocked discount pro shop.
    • Location: 4775 W. Market St., York
    • Phone: 412-793-7111
    • Costs: Call for information on green fees and other costs.
    • Hours: Call for hours of operations.
  • Harrisburg Senators — This minor-league baseball club offers affordable fun for families and individuals.
    • Location: 1 Championship Way, Harrisburg
    • Phone: 717-231-4444
    • Costs: Call for information on ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for information on upcoming games and events.
  • Dauphin Highlands Golf Course — An upscale, par-72 golf course framed by majestic trees and sporting well-manicured fairways and greens.
    • Location: 650 S. Harrisburg St., Harrisburg
    • Phone: 717-986-1984
    • Costs: Call for information on green fees and memberships.
    • Hours: Call for information about tee times.
  • Cobb's Creek Golf Club — This 36-hole facility is home to The Olde Course, which is Ranked #6 Best Municipal Course in America by Golf Week Magazine.
    • Location: 7400 Lansdowne Ave., Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-877-8707
    • Costs: Call for information on green fees.
    • Hours: Call for information on tee times.
  • Philadelphia 76ers — The Sixers are Philadelphia's NBA franchise.
    • Location: 3601 S. Broad St., Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-339-7610
    • Costs: Call for information about ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for information about upcoming games.
  • Philadelphia Eagles — The Eagles are Philadelphia’s NFL franchise.
    • Location: 1 Novacare Way, Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-463-2500
    • Costs: Call for information about ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for information about upcoming games.
  • Philadelphia Flyers — The Flyers are Philadelphia’s NHL franchise.
    • Location: Wachovia Center, 3601 S. Broad St., Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-465-4500
    • Costs: Call for information about ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for information about upcoming games.
  • Philadelphia Phillies — The Phillies are Philadelphia’s Major League Baseball franchise.
    • Location: 1 Citizens Bank Way, Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-463-1000
    • Costs: Call for information about ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for information about upcoming games.
  • Pittsburgh Penguins — The Penguins are Pittsburgh’s NHL franchise. 
    • Location: 1 Chatham Center, Ste. 400, Pittsburgh
    • Phone: 412-642-1886
    • Costs: Call for information about ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for information about upcoming games.
  • Pittsburgh Pirates — The Pirates are Pittsburgh’s Major League Baseball franchise. 
    • Location: 15 Federal St., Pittsburgh
    • Phone: 412-323-5000
    • Costs: Call for information about ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for information about upcoming games.
  • Pittsburgh Steelers — Pittsburgh has the fifth-oldest franchise in the NFL
    • Location: 100 Art Rooney Ave., Pittsburgh
    • Phone: 412-697-7181
    • Costs: Call for information about ticket prices.
    • Hours: Call for information about upcoming games.
  • Schenley Park Golf Course — Located just 10 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, this  challenging, scenic course offers a panoramic view of the city from the first hole.
    • Location: Forbes Ave. and Schenley Dr., Pittsburgh
    • Phone: 412-622-6959
    • Costs: Call for information on green fees.
    • Hours: Call for information on tee times.
  • Regents' Glen Country Club — Famed golf course designer Arthur Hills himself calls Regents’ Glen "visually the finest I have ever done."
    • Location: 1000 Golf Club Rd., York
    • Phone: 717-505-4653
    • Costs: Call for information on green fees.
    • Hours: Call for information on tee times.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

  • Historic Bethlehem — Operated in association with the Smithsonian Institute, Historic Bethlehem includes a number of historic sites, walking tours and museums that together tell the story of the city from colonial America to modern times.
    • Location: Visitor’s Center - 505 Main St., Bethlehem
    • Phone: 610-691-6055
    • Costs: Free
    • Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Closed Monday.
  • Liberty Bell Museum — In 1777, the Liberty Bell was hidden from the British for nearly a year in an Allentown church known today as Zion’s “Liberty Bell” Church, which now features an impressive memorial and history museum.
    • Location: 622 W. Hamilton St., Allentown
    • Phone: 610-435-4232
    • Costs: Free
    • Hours: Monday-Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. (closed in January).
  • Trout Hall — Allentown's oldest surviving home was built for James Allen, member of an elite British American family and a son of the founder of Allentown. As the story goes, Allen’s British sympathies cost him his wealth, his freedom and possibly his life.
    • Location: 414 Walnut St., Allentown
    • Phones: 610-435-4664
    • Costs: $5 for adults; $3 for children; free for members.
    • Hours: May-September on Saturday & Sunday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Josiah White Canal Boat Ride — Take a voyage on the Lehigh Canal aboard the mule-powered Josiah White II. Listen while a costumed crew offers up an oral history of regional canals and what life was like. Charters for private parties and dinner cruises are also available.
    • Location: Hugh Moore Park, Easton
    • Phone: 610-923-3548
    • Costs: $11.75 for adults; $10.50 for seniors; $9 for children (3-15); free for children under 2.
    • Hours: Memorial Day through September. The schedule varies by month. Call for more information.
  • Erie Maritime Museum & U.S. Brig Niagara — Located in Erie’s Bayfront District, The Erie Maritime Museum is home port to the U.S. Brig Niagara, once the flag ship for Commodore Oliver Perry. The museum vividly illustrates the War of 1812, including the Battle of Lake Erie.
    • Location: 150 E. Front St., Erie
    • Phone: 814-452-2744
    • Costs: $10 for adults; $8 for seniors; $5 for children (3-11); free for members and children under 2.
    • Hours: Hours of operation vary according to the time of year. Call for a schedule.
  • Haunted History Tours — Mix chilling ghost tales and quaint country roads. This 90-minute trolley tour explores haunts, legends and ghostly tales of Erie County and includes a walk through a haunted house.
    • Location: 707 W. 38th St., Erie
    • Phone 877-392-5729
    • Costs: $20 for adults, $12 for children, $18 for seniors.
    • Hours: Call for reservations and tour times.
  • The National Civil War Museum — The National Civil War Museum is one of the largest museums in the world dedicated solely to the American Civil War.
    • Location: 1 Lincoln Circle at Reservoir Park, Harrisburg
    • Phone: 717-260-1861
    • Costs: Call for admission rates.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule.
  • Pennsylvania State Capitol — Designated a National Historic Landmark, Pennsylvania's State Capitol was designated to be a palace of art. Guided tours are offered seven days a week.
    • Location: 3rd St., Harrisburg
    • Phone: 717-787-6810
    • Costs: Free
    • Hours: Call for a tour schedule.
  • Fort Hunter Mansion and Park — Situated on a bluff overlooking the Susquehanna River and the Blue Mountain Range, the Fort Hunter Mansion and Park has served as a war fort, a hub for frontier commerce and an exclusive private estate.
    • Location: 5300 N. Front St., Harrisburg
    • Phone: 717-599-5751
    • Costs: $5 for adults; $4 for seniors; $3 for students and children.
    • Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 4:30 p.m.; Closed Monday.
  • Shipoke Historic District — One of several historic residential districts in Harrisburg, the Shipoke district runs along the Susquehanna River and is the oldest residential district in Harrisburg.
    • Location: Paxton Street, South Harrisburg
    • Phone: 717-233-4646
  • Betsy Ross House — Historic house museum interpreting the life and story of Betsy Ross with the help of the woman herself and costumed characters. Daily programs include musical performances and plays.
    • Location: 239 Arch St., Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-686-1252
    • Costs: Call for information on admission rates.
    • Hours: Call for information on tours and upcoming events.
  • Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul — The principal Roman Catholic church of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
    • Location: 18th Street & Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia.
    • Phone: 215-561-1313
    • Costs: Admission is free.
    • Hours: Call for visiting hours and worship schedules.
  • Christ Church — Known as The “Nation's Church” because of the famous Revolutionary-era leaders who worshiped here, Christ Church remains an active house of worship today. It is also one of the city’s finest examples of Georgian architecture.
    • Location: Second & Market streets, Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-922-1695
    • Costs: Visiting the church is free, but donations are suggested. Admission to the burial ground costs $1 for children and $2 for adults.
    • Hours: Call for visiting hours.
  • Independence National Historical Park — Also called Independence Mall, this is the most historic square mile in one of the most historic cities in America. The 45-acre national park covers several blocks of Old City Philadelphia and is home to the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, the Second Bank of the U.S., Franklin Court and City Tavern
    • Location: 143 S. Third St., Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-965-2305
    • Costs: Call for information on admission rates for various venues.
    • Hours: Call for hours of operation for various venues.
  • Old City Historic District — The original site of the entire city of Philadelphia contains many historic places including Elfreth's Alley, the oldest street in America, and the Betsy Ross House. 
    • Location: Walnut and Vine streets and Front and 6th streets, Philadelphia.
  • Rittenhouse Square — This historic square is a perennial favorite for generations of Philadelphians and the home of several popular pieces of sculpture.
    • Location: 19th and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-683-0200
  • Clemente Museum — Housed in historic Engine House 25 in the city’s Lawrenceville section, the museum includes photographs and artifacts (including his World Series rings) that honor the memory of famed Pittsburgh Pirate Roberto Clemente.
    • Location: 3339 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh
    • Phone: 412-621-1268
    • Other: Call for a schedule or to book a date for a tour.
  • Manchester Historic District — The Manchester Historic District is a charming mix of Victorian homes and modern urban buildings.
    • Location: Bordered by Faulsey, Chateau, Franklin, and Bidwell streets, Pittsburgh
    • Phone: 412-321-7707
  • Mount Washington Overlook — Ride the historic Duquesne or Monongahela Inclines up to one of the top 10 most beautiful views in the country as named by USA Weekend magazine.
    • Other: For information on the Duquesne Incline, including cable car fares and hours of operations go to www.duquesneincline.org. For information on the Monongahela Incline, including fares and hours of operations, go to www.portauthority.org.
  • Fallingwater — America’s most famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, designed Fallingwater for his clients, the Kaufmann family. It instantly became famous, and today it is a National Historic Landmark
    • Location: 1491 Mill Run Rd., Mill Run
    • Phone: 724-329-8501
    • Costs: A variety of tours are available, and prices vary. Call for more information.
    • Hours: Vary depending on the time of year. Call for more information.
  • Johnstown Flood National Memorial — Located a 90-minutes east of Pittsburgh, Johnstown is best known for a famous tragedy: the bursting of a dam in 1889 and the resulting Johnstown Flood. This national park commemorates that event with exhibits on the ruins of the South Fork Dam, a visitor center offering exhibits and film and a picnic area.
    • Location: 733 Lake Rd., South Fork
    • Phone: 814-495-4643
    • Costs: Call for information on entrance fees.
    • Hours: Call for schedule and operating hours.
  • Jim Thorpe — Renamed in 1953 in honor of Olympic medal winner Jim Thorpe, this small town is rich in history. In addition to the Old Jail Museum, the Mauch Chunk Museum, No. 9 Coal Mine & Museum, and Eckley Miner’s Village, don’t miss the Asa Packer and Harry Packer Mansions, two elaborate local landmarks.
    • Phone: Contact Jim Thorpe Chamber of Commerce at 570-325-5810.
  • Grey Towers National Historic Site — The former home of Gifford Pinchot, America's first Chief Forester, Conservationist and Pennsylvania Governor, Grey Towers is one of the Forest Service’s most significant cultural resources. Tours of the home are available daily, or ramble about the grounds and view some unique sites.
    • Location: 151 Grey Towers Dr., Milford
    • Phone: 570-296-9630
    • Costs: $8 for adults; $7 for seniors; $5 for children (12 -17); free for children under 12.
    • Hours: Tour schedules vary according to season. Call for a schedule.
  • Colonial Complex — Political intrigue, tavern life and a family home, and it’s all right here. Four buildings (General Gates House, Golden Plough Tavern, Barnett Bobb Log House and the Colonial Court House) reflect both private and public lives in early York.
    • Location: 157 W. Market St., York
    • Phone: 717-845-2951
    • Costs: $15 for adults; $7 for students (6-18); free for children 5 and under.
    • Hours: The complex opens for the season in April and provides guided tours Tuesday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
  • William Goodridge House And Museum — Businessman William Goodridge was one of the most active Underground Railroad’s stationmasters. A freed slave, he used the railroad he owned to transport escaping slaves, hiding them in a secret room located in the basement of his house.
    • Location: 123 E. Philadelphia St., York
    • Phone: 717-848-3610
    • Costs: Call for information about admission rates.
    • Hours: Call for information about hours of operation.
  • Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitors Center — Recognized as one of the most famous American battlefields, tourists flock to Gettysburg every year to tour the site. Located at the Gettysburg National Military Park, the museum is home to one of the biggest collections of Civil War relics in the United States.
    • Location: 1195 Baltimore Pike, Gettysburg
    • Phone: 866-889-1243
    • Costs: $12.50 for adults; $11.50 for seniors; $8.50 for children (6-12); free for children under 6.
    • Hours: The Museum and Visitor Center is open daily throughout the year, operating from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Oct. 1 through March 31, extending its hours until 6 p.m. during the spring and summer.
  • Gettysburg Battlefield — Part of the Gettysburg National Military Park, the battlefield can be toured year round. The park offers self-guided auto tours, but guided tours (for a fee) are available that show the battlefield via bus, on bicycle and on horseback.
    • Location: The park‘s visitor center is located at 1195 Baltimore Pike, Gettysburg.
    • Phone: 866-889-1243
    • Costs: Entry to the park is free.
    • Hours: Open daily from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. from April 1 to October 31, and 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. from November 1 to March 31.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

  • Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area — If you like the outdoors, well, here it is: 67,000 acres, 100 miles of trails (including 27 miles of the Appalachian Trail) and 40 miles of easy-paddling river in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
    • Location: River Road, off of Route 209, Bushkill
    • Phone: 570-426-2452
  • Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor — This vibrant 165-mile thread of eastern Pennsylvania affords visitors hiking, boating and fishing. Canal towpaths and rail-trails along the Lehigh, Delaware and Susquehanna rivers are perfect for bicyclists of all skill levels.
    • Location: 2750 Hugh Moore Park Rd., Easton
    • Phone: 610-923-3548
  • Dutch Springs —Dutch Springs is a 50-acre lake with scuba diving attractions at depths up to 100 feet. Also enjoy the beach, aquapark, climbing wall, campground and picnic area.
    • Location: 4733 Hanoverville Rd., Bethlehem
    • Phone: 610-759-2270
    • Costs: Call for information about entrance fees and season passes.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule.
  • Presque Isle State Park — Jutting out into Lake Erie, Presque Isle is Pennsylvania’s most visited state park with seven miles of sandy beaches, 13.5 miles of biking trails, fishing, 11 miles of hiking trails, picnic pavilions, a marina, pristine beaches, boat launches, environmental educational programming.
    • Location: 301 Peninsula Dr., Erie
    • Phone: 814-833-7424
    • Hours: Open year round, sunup to sundown.
  • Reservoir Park — Built in 1872, this 85-acre park hosts many year-round activities. Visitors can enjoy art galleries, a summer concert series and a Civil War Museum. The park also includes basketball and tennis courts.
    • Location: 18th and Walnut Streets, Harrisburg
    • Phone: 717-255-3020
  • Fairmount Park —Comprised of 62 parks, Philadelphia's 9,200-acre city-wide park system known as Fairmount Park includes house horse stables, pools, ice rinks, historic houses, a doll museum and the Dell Music Center as well as hiking trails and six public golf courses.
  • Frick Park — Found within the triangle formed by the Pittsburgh neighborhoods of Squirrel Hill, Point Breeze and Regent Square, Frick Park has the best mountain bike trails available inside the city limits. As it is a city park, bikers will often find themselves sharing the trails with pedestrians and their dogs.
  • Point State Park — Located at the tip of Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle, the park contains the Fort Pitt Museum, devoted to the frontier period of our nation's history. The park also contains an impressive water fountain, paved promenades along the riverfront and overlooks with dramatic views of the city, waterways and hillside scenery.
    • Location: 101 Commonwealth Pl., Pittsburgh
    • Phone: 412-281-9284
  • Penn Commons Park— The former location of the York Fair and the U.S. Army Hospital during the Civil War, Penn Commons Park is a beautifully restored greenway that features a tennis court, playground and pavilion. The park also includes the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial, marked by granite-metal figures and dedicated to the men who fought in the Civil War.
    • Location: W. College Ave. & S. Pershing Avenue, York.
  • Bushkill Falls — Known as the “Niagara of Pennsylvania,” there are seven waterfalls located along beautiful hiking paths. Mapped out trails afford visitors the choice of a 20-minute walk or longer, more difficult hike.
    • Location: Route 209, Bushkill Falls Road, Bushkill.
    • Phone: 570-588-6682
  • Camelback Mountain Resort — This ski resort features great snow and fast lifts. Learn to ski or snowboard, or make use of the resort’s 34 trails. The resort has 15 lifts including two high-speed quads, snow-making capabilities, night skiing, two terrain parks and the biggest snowtubing park in the United States.
    • Location: 1 Camelback Rd., Tannersville
    • Phone: 570-629-1661
    • Costs: Call for prices.
    • Hours: Call for hours of operations.
  • Rocky Ridge County Park — Birdwatching is a popular spring and fall event. Both observation decks offer watchers a chance to view hawks, eagles and falcons along with other migratory birds as they head south in the winter.
    • Location: Deininger Rd. and Mount Zion Rd., York
    • Phone: 717-840-7440
  • Jim Thorpe River Adventures — Rafting trips through the Lehigh Gorge led by professional and experienced guides take you to the best places for viewing the first blooms of spring or breathtaking fall foliage.
    • Location: One Adventure Lane, Jim Thorpe
    • Phone: 570-325-2570
    • Costs: Call for prices.
    • Hours: Call for a schedule.
  • Lake Wallenpaupack — This man-made lake has huge dimensions. At 5,700 acres, 13 miles long with 52 miles of shoreline, it has six recreation areas featuring hundreds of acres of forest lands, wildlife, walking trails, campsites and boat slips.

Zoos & Aquariums

  • The Lehigh Valley Zoo This 29-acre zoo features exotic animals from around the globe, specifically 275,000 animals representing 70 species. Guests can paddle around Lemur Island, pet a penguin, take a behind-the-scenes tour or participate in education programs and children’s camps.
    • Location: 5150 Game Preserve Rd., Schnecksville
    • Phone: 610-799-4171
    • Costs: Call for information on admission rates.
    • Hours: Call for hours of operation and information on upcoming events.
  • Erie Zoo & Botanical Gardens — Looking for a great way to spend a couple of hours? Get a close look at 400 animals from around the world, including gorillas, cheetahs, orangutans and red pandas. You can also visit 11 gardens throughout the park. The Children’s Zoo features special education programs and even an animal show theater and indoor wildlife carousel.
    • Location: 423 W. 38th St., Erie
    • Phone: 814-864-4091
    • Costs: $7.50 for adults; $5 for seniors; $4 for children (2-12).
    • Hours: The zoo season runs from March 1-Nov. 30. The zoo office is open weekdays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Philadelphia Zoo —The first zoo founded in the United States in 1859, this impressive sanctuary now houses more than 1,300 animals, including many rare and endangered species. For an extra fee, visitors can also take a balloon ride over the city and ride a unique carousel.
    • Location: 3400 W. Girard Ave., Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-243-1100
    • Costs: Call for information on admission rates.
    • Hours: Open every day (except Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, Christmas Eve, New Year’s Day and New Year’s Eve), 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium — Located five miles east of downtown Pittsburgh, the century-old zoo is home to thousands of animals from gorillas to penguins. The aquarium was added in 2000 and is Pennsylvania’s only public aquarium.
    • Location: 1 Wild Pl., Pittsburgh
    • Phone: 412-665-3640
    • Costs:  Admission rates vary according to season, but generally run from $10 to $15. For more information, call the zoo office.
    • Hours: Open every day of the year except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day. The hours of operation vary depending on the season. Call for more information.
  • ZooAmerica North American Wildlife Park — Located adjacent to Hersheypark, this 11-acre wildlife park is home to over 200 animals, all native to North America.
    • Location: 30 Park Ave. (Rte. 743), Hershey
    • Phone: 717-534-3900
    • Costs:  Admission rates range from $11 to $9. No charge for children under 2 or zoo members. Call for more information.
    • Hours: Hours of operation vary by time of year. Call for more information.

Other Points of Interest

  • C.F. Martin & Co. — Visit he factory floor and follow a guitar from rough lumber to a finished product, which requires more than 300 steps to complete.
    • Location: 510 Sycamore St., Nazareth
    • Phone: 610-759-2837
    • Costs: Free
    • Hours: Tours are available on a first-come-first serve basis at regular intervals, Monday- Friday, between 11:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
  • Crayola Experience — The all new Crayola Experience features 18 new attractions. In a single day, you and your child can do everything from building a magic marker to animating your creations on a huge digital projection. Learn how crayons are made in a live theatre show, or personalize an authentic crayon label to create your own Crayola crayon.
    • Location: 30 Centre Square, Easton
    • Phone: 610-515-8000
    • Costs: Call for information on admission rates and annual passes.
    • Hours: Hours vary depending on the time of year. Call for more information.
  • U.S. Mint — Literally see money made before your eyes. Learn the story behind U.S. currency, and view the original coining press used in 1792. Located in the main lobby of the building, the gift shop has U.S. Mint coin sets, commemorative coins, numismatic collectables, books, games, and U.S. Mint souvenirs.
    • Location: 151 N. Independence Mall East, Philadelphia
    • Phone: 215-408-0112
    • Costs: Call for more information.
    • Hours: Tour schedules vary depending on time of year. Call for more information.
  • Harley-Davidson Factory Tour — Explore exhibits that detail the manufacturing and assembly processes of the factory. You'll have the chance to sit on current production motorcycles and visit the gift shop for tour-related souvenirs.
    • Location: 425 Eden Rd., York
    • Costs: The public tour is free, but the “Steel Toe Tour,” costs $35 and goes into areas previously unseen by the public.
    • Hours: Free Tours available Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Steel Toe Tours available Monday-Thursday, 9:30 a.m. and noon.

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