Things to Do in Pennsylvania
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A visit to the Liberty Bell is a must. Housed in a glass pavilion, the bell is visible at all times from outside the building. But it's worth the quick...
Grown-ups will appreciate the significance of Independence Hall, where the Liberty Bell first tolled and the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed. But kids will enjoy stories...
Amusement parks are great. Chocolate is great. Marry them and you have a place that's just about as close to Willy Wonka's vision as you're going to find. Add a...
Get a good night's sleep before you visit Cherry-Crest Adventure Farm and its five-acre corn maze, the Amazing Maize Maze. With more than...
The National Constitution Center is the first museum in the world devoted to the United States Constitution. Kids love its hands-on interactive exhibits, where they can vote for their...
It's almost impossible not to get excited when you hear the steam train's booming horn as it closes in on the station. Larger than life, the coal-fueled steam engine...
What's better than being handed a big, squishy wad of dough and being taught how to twist it into a pretzel? That's what happens at the start of the Julius...
These two world-class museums share the same building, and one ticket provides entry to both. Kids are entranced by the Hall of Architecture in the Museum of Art, which is filled with towering reproductions of majestic structures from history....
Science & Nature Museum
Lights of Liberty is an astonishing multimedia show that drops you smack into the middle of America's fight for independence. After dark, you'll don a lightweight audio headset and follow...
Live Music Venue
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....