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Pittsburgh’s Best Distillery and the Whiskey Rebellion Trail

07/27/2019 - 12:00pm

In 1791, the federal government imposed its first tax on a domestic product: all distilled spirits. But American whiskey was by far the country’s most popular distilled beverage so what became known as “the whiskey tax” rapidly sparked civil disobedience, violence, tax evasion, and intimidation tactics throughout the western states and the front...

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Snack Attack: Bring Your Appetite to Lancaster County

07/27/2019 - 11:53am

From the decadent chocolates of Hershey to the legendary cheesesteaks of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is well-known for its good eats. But besides those ones, we’ve got plenty more, whether you’ve got a sweet tooth for whoopie pies or a serious craving for the saltier side of things. Lancaster County is the best place to indulge on those salty sna...

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Explore Gettysburg in July for the Annual Reenactment & More

07/06/2019 - 5:06pm

A small town in south-central Pennsylvania suddenly found itself as the site of the Civil War’s climactic battle more than 150 years ago. The rural village, after four days that made it the bloodiest battle in American history, would become some of America’s most hallowed ground. Whether you’re seeking to immerse yourself in the histor...

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Shop Fine Art & Handcrafted Wares in Central Pennsylvania

07/06/2019 - 5:11pm

July is one of the best times of the entire year to find yourself exploring the scenic landscape of central Pennsylvania, especially if you’re an art lover. Start planning your trip to the State College area for two of the region’s most popular art festivals where you can shop the fine art and hand made crafts created by hundreds of ar...

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Summer Walking Tours in Huntingdon

07/06/2019 - 4:55pm

Nestled deep in the scenic hills and river valleys of Central Pennsylvania, Huntingdon is one of our favorite small towns to visit in Pennsylvania. With its historic architecture and landmarks, rich industrial heritage, and that unmistakable small-town-America kind of friendliness, you’ll quickly fall in love with Huntingdon. Nearby, y...

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The Keystone State & The National Park Service

06/18/2019 - 9:14am

While the Keystone State boasts no official National Parks, we make up for it national battlefields, heritage areas, historic parks, forests, and trails that are all managed by the National Park Service. Exploring these locations and landmarks is a great way to experience both the natural landscape of PA and its rich history and herita...

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Take A Hike: Explore PA Outdoors

06/18/2019 - 9:07am

Getting outside is probably the best reason to be in Pennsylvania for the summer. Whether you’re a temporary visitor or a long-time resident, Pennsylvania will remind you of the breathtaking beauty of Mother Nature. With a unique landscape consisting of mountain ridges, deep river valleys, and endless forests, the network of trails tha...

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The Inside Scoop on Pennsylvania's Ice Cream Trails

10/19/2019 - 8:38pm

Pennsylvania is prepared for the hot and humid months that loom ahead of us with the sweetest way possbile: the Pennsylvania Ice Cream Trails. The self-guided tours explore PA’s back-country roads by taking you to its local farms and creameries serving homemade ice cream. Find your favorite flavor or try something totally new; either w...

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Visit the Kinzua Sky Bridge

05/27/2019 - 9:50pm

What was once an incredible feat of engineering that built the longest and tallest railroad bridge in the world is now one of Pennsylvania’s most unique and scenic recreational spots. With panoramic views of the Kinzua Valley, the Kinzua Sky Bridge offers visitors a viewpoint of its surrounding landscape that can’t be found anywhere el...

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Restaurants with a View in Pittsburgh

05/27/2019 - 9:45pm

Following some serious upgrades to Market Square and grant-funded incentives in the last decade, restaurants and fine dining venues in Pittsburgh have fixed up their facades, added awnings, and moved some of the tables outdoors. So if you’re looking for a breathtaking view alongside your mouthwatering main course or want to experience...

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