Things to Do in Pennsylvania
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Constructed in 1870, the "Mon" is the oldest funicular in the U.S. The three-minute journey takes riders to Mount Washington, where kids can enjoy a panoramic view of Pittsburgh and look down a steep drop....
Don't touch that are words you will not hear at the Hands-On House Children's Museum. While it's obviously big on hands-on, interactive elements, the museum also has a...
This insect museum (read "bug zoo") is definitely on the creepy crawly side. Kids can play on a man-made spider web, watch a working beehive (safely behind glass), check...
Science & Nature Museum
Kids will love putt-putting on an adventurous course just their size. But little ones will be especially thrilled over the train that will take...
What makes PNC Park the perfect baseball stadium for families? For starters, the well-designed stadium (one of the smallest in the majors) doesn't have a bad seat anywhere—you get a great view of the game and a great view of downtown....
Wildly popular with kids, this tour in an amphibious vehicle takes you through old Philadelphia, past the Liberty Bell, Congress Hall, South Street and Society Hill, the Betsy Ross House...
Yes, it's right off the highway behind Target, but don't pass by this delightful and authentic stop in Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Complete with a covered bridge and deeded by William...
Four acres of themed, interactive children's gardens are a happy fantasy land. Ride the miniature train through the Butterfly House and the Storybook Garden, including the Three Little Pigs Garden...
This world-class aquarium is mind-blowing. Where else can you get within snapping distance of crocodiles, touch a shark, feed sea turtles, and watch hippos bob for lettuce? The...
The excitement starts when you walk through the big castle faÃ§ade into Dutch Wonderland. With about 30 rides, this meandering, shady park isn't overwhelmingly large, but there's plenty of fun...