The Keystone State offers a mix of outdoor recreation and city living. The city of Erie is home to Presque Isle State Park, while parks across the state welcome travelers looking to take in the beauty of Pennsylvania’s forests and mountains. The city of Pittsburgh draws visitors with professional baseball, football and hockey as well as a wealth of cultural institutions such the Heinz History Center, Andy Warhol Museum and Carnegie Museum of Natural History. History abounds, whether you’re looking to take an excursion train ride or explore Civil War battlefields.
Housed inside a deconsecrated church that opened its doors to worshippers around the turn of the 20th century, this Pittsburgh brewery has become a destination for craft beer fans.
Over 500 birds, many unique and endangered, live in this expansive aviary in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It is the only independent, indoor zoo dedicated to birds in the nation.
This 82-acre state park in Coudersport, Pennsylvania, sits within Susquehannock State Forest, 262,000 acres of remote woodlands in Potter County that are perfect for stargazing.
Travel through parts of New York and Pennsylvania to explore homes designed by legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Go back in time to the days of America's Civil War in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and walk the fields of its most famous battle.
Home to the "Almost Famous" sandwich, this Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, spot is more than just a local legend.
Crowds gather in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, every Feb. 2 for a charming tradition that stretches back to 1886.
This sprawling natural area located in parts of Westmoreland, Somerset and Fayette counties in Pennsylvania covers more than 60,000 acres.
This historic resort in Bedford, Pennsylvania, features modern and luxurious spa amenities.
This Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, favorite holds the distinction of being the city’s largest historic regional park