Pennsylvania

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.

This riverside district in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, offers a foodie paradise with restaurants and markets that span cuisines of the world

A garden of roses that Milton Hershey founded in the 1930s is now a Hershey, Pennsylvania, destination that spans 23 acres. 

This amusement park in Ligonier, Pennsylvania, has been a family favorite for generations. 

This famous natural feature in Centre County, Pennsylvania, near Penn State University offers 8 miles of hiking trails  

The attractions at this Easton, Pennsylvania spot celebrating the famous crayon brand encourages visitors to engage in art, critical thinking, exercise and technology.

As the nation’s oldest continuously operating railroad, this Strasburg, Pennsylvania, destination offers excursions in restored Victorian- and Edwardian-style coaches. 

Located atop Huckleberry Mountain in Sterling, Pennsylvania, this inn offers breathtaking views of the northern Pocono Mountains and makes for a great place to reconnect. 

This Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania museum explores the pop artist’s legacy through famous works, lesser known pieces and personal artifacts.

This resort in Champion, Pennsylvania, is home to the largest snow-tubing park in the Laurel Highlands region, with 11 snow-tubing lanes.

Take in fiery autumn hues along the George B. Stevenson Reservoir or book a cozy cabin for a winter weekend in Austin, Pennsylvania.