If you really want to know a place, get off the highway. It’s on the two-lane roads where you’ll make your most memorable discoveries.
When you get off the highway in Pennsylvania, you'll never lack for scenic and historic drives. But the drive is just the beginning. This is a place where can get to know our predecessors as they lived and worked: The farmers, the craftspeople, the miners, the factory workers, the railroad workers, the shopkeepers, the teachers, the preachers, the soldiers, and the politicians. Here, you'll find fields, forests, streams, lakes, and rivers that delight the senses and provide so much opportunity to reconnect with nature.
And if you really want to know you’ve been someplace authentically special, stay at one of more than 700 Pennsylvania bed & breakfasts, inns, or farm stays. Your choices for personalized hospitality are endless: A converted schoolhouse, an old Victorian mansion, a 19th century hunting lodge, a converted barn, and so many more. Innkeepers take pride in helping you get acquainted with the streets, shops, fields, forests, or mountains where our predecessors lived and worked. Whether they're in the village, city, mountains, or farm country, Pennsylvania innkeepers have a passion for place, and they're ready to help you make your visit special. These family-run accommodations are authentic and one-of-a-kind.
So when you come to Pennsylvania, get off the highway to sameness and find the places where real hospitality and adventure await you.