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PA Bacon Fest in Easton

10/23/2018 - 7:03am

One of the country’s best culinary events of the year takes place in historic Easton, Pennsylvania. And it’s no wonder that it’s all about bacon! The PA Bacon Fest attracts more than 80,000 bacon-loving visitors every year for a two-day celebration of our most cherished meat product. To look at it by the numbers, America spends over $4 billion o...

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Camelback Mountain’s Treetop Adventures

10/23/2018 - 6:55am

Camelback Mountain is a great spot for enjoying the natural beauty of the Poconos--and the terrifying things within them. This Halloween season, visit Camelback Mountain for some of the scariest fall attractions in the region. Glide through the moonlit forest after dark on Pennsylvania’s only mountain roller coaster or zip down the double barrel...

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Terrifying Tourism: Explore Philly’s Eastern State Penitentiary

10/23/2018 - 6:46am

Opened nearly two hundred years ago, the world’s most expensive prison is now one of the scariest themed attractions around. The stone gothic structure, originally designed in Benjamin Franklin’s home and built with soaring 30-foot high fortress walls, was built with the intention to terrify those that entered its boundaries. Its dark past alone...

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Golf one of the Country's Oldest Course

09/20/2018 - 9:51am

You’ll find one of the country’s oldest golf courses, constructed in 1895, near Bedford, PA. The historic course offers a high-caliber experience with views to match of the Allegheny Mountains and Cumberland Valley. The completely restored and historic course is true to its original design, and features bentgrass tees, plush greens, and well-man...

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Shopping for Antiques in PA

09/20/2018 - 6:56pm

In Lancaster County, the heart of antique country, more than 5,000 antique dealers sell their treasures of times past at Antiques Capital, USA in Adamstown. Locals know that the early bird gets the worm; the best deals and finest pieces are found early in the morning. Or if auctions are your thing, scout the lots early before they’re put up for...

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Birdwatching at Bald Eagle State Park

09/20/2018 - 9:54am

Actually named after a Native American chieftain, Bald Eagle State Park is, as the name suggests, an excellent spot for bird watching and catching sight of our rare national bird. This state park is located in the broad Bald Eagle Valley of northcentral Pennsylvania, at the cusp of two extraordinary geological provinces. To the north, the Allegh...

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Shop Rice’s Market in Bucks County

08/19/2018 - 7:52pm

For the past 150 years, a thirty acre plot has become the oldest and largest market in Bucks County, hosting more than 400 vendors and 8,000 shoppers per day. From trinkets and treasures to produce and clothing, Rice’s Market is a thrift shopper’s, bargain hunter’s, antique collector’s, and food lover’s paradise all rolled into one. Shop hundred...

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The Soldier’s Story: Exploring the U.S. Army Heritage Center

08/19/2018 - 7:46pm

From artifact and treasure exhibits to uniformed mannequins, digital shooting ranges, and memorial walkways, the Army War College tells the American soldier’s story, woman or man, in war and in peace, from the Spanish-American War to Afghanistan. It’s an all-encompassing and interactive display of our heritage and how we proved ourselves on the...

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Star Gazing at the International Dark Sky Preserve in PA

08/19/2018 - 7:36pm

In a world where light pollution has rapidly diminished our view of the stars, Pennsylvania has something special. Most Americans have never seen it, or at least can’t anymore, but 150 years ago, the night sky was ablaze with a billion stars and the purple haze of the Milky Way’s stardust arched across the heavens like a river.  Meteor showers p...

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Experience the Pennsylvania Renaissance Fair in Manheim

07/31/2018 - 7:09pm

Even though your interest in dragons and swords had waned to an almost passive disinterest to the magical and medieval (and you’ve only re-read the Lord of the Rings once in the past decade), we’re almost positive you’ll find something you like at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire. Across thirteen weekends, the “PA Ren Faire” at Mount...

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