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New Year’s Eve Drops Across Pennsylvania

12/02/2019 - 10:57am

If for most Americans watching the crystal ball drop in Times Square is the standard way to ring in the New Year, for Pennsylvanians their unique New Year’s “drops” have a mythos (and gravity-compelled object) unique to each community. While certain cities across the United States mark the beginning of the New Year by raising or dropping an obje...

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Pennsylvania Bed and Breakfasts Perfect for Holiday Travelers

12/02/2019 - 10:55am

Perhaps you’re looking to start a new holiday tradition this year. Or perhaps your family’s traditions have you looking for an escape from the holidays. Either way, there’s no better home away from home—replete with luxurious amenities and endless hospitality that won’t come at the cost of your sanity or space—than one of Pennsylvania’s most tre...

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Fun Things to Do This December in Pennsylvania

12/02/2019 - 10:07am

Kick-off the Christmas season (and check-off items on your shopping list) at Christmas Village in Philadelphia, where you can sample authentic German food as well as find rare crafts, jewelry, and art work. With more than 80 vendors and a visitation by the original Christkind from Germ...

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Bike the Trails of PA’s Pine Creek Gorge and the Great Allegheny Passage

10/21/2019 - 10:18am

Pennsylvania has long been famous for its endless expanse of old-growth forest and breathtaking landscape among the Appalachian Mountain Range. And with the greatest amount of miles in the nation for foot travelers like hikers, bikers, bird viewers, and outdoor enthusiasts, Pennsylvania is the state you want to be in if your winter-time cabin fe...

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Holiday Tours of the Gifford Pinchot Family Estate

10/21/2019 - 1:08am

This holiday, visit the decorated family estate of Gifford Pinchot and tour its spacious rooms, stone walls, gardens, and even its temple-like outdoor pool. The castle-like manor, named Grey Towers, is now a hub for environmentalism, ecology, and the epic history of America’s forests. As the founder and first chief of the United States Forest Se...

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The Road to Gettysburg: Defending the Commonwealth

10/21/2019 - 1:07am

The American Civil War tore apart families and torched cities. It was filled with fire and blood, tears and tumult. But it also brought about a new era in the history of our young nation, one where freedom could truly reign and all men were recognized as being created equal.

The Road to Gettysburg begins to tell the story of the cost and...

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Celebrating 70 Years of Christmas - Koziars Christmas Village

10/21/2019 - 1:07am

Named the “Best Outdoor Christmas Display in the World” by Display Magazine, the Koziar’s Christmas Village near Bernville, Pennsylvania has been displaying its stunning Christmas lights for sixty-eight years. Still a family-operated attraction by the Koziar daughters, this light show features over 500,000 lights illuminating the Koziar...

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Philadelphia’s New Museum of the American Revolution

10/21/2019 - 1:06am

Philadelphia’s brand new museum in its Historic District, just feet away from Independence Hall, tells the story of the creation of the American nation, one that history had been waiting for, and brings to life the people, events, and ideals that defined the American Revolution. The 118,000 square foot museum opened its doors on April 19, 2017 d...

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Preserving American History: Valley Forge National Park

10/21/2019 - 1:06am

In December of 1777, a massive group of rebel soldiers began a grueling affair just 20 miles from Philadelphia. Troops arrived in the thousands to Valley Forge for the 3rd Winter Encampment of the Continental Army and the gathering was tremendous; hundreds of log huts were built, making the location one of the biggest cities in the colonies. Dis...

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Eastern State Penitentiary’s Halloween Attractions

10/21/2019 - 1:05am

Philadelphia’s Eastern State Penitentiary is a world-famous museum and National Historic Landmark that has kept within its walls notorious criminals such as Al Capone. Its wagon wheel design was revolutionary and its methods of reform through solitary confinement made it a pioneer for its time. Built in 1829, Eastern State was so innovative and...

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