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From anywhere in state, wine aficionados are less than an hour’s drive from at least one of 200 Pennsylvania wineries, many of which are smaller, family-owned establishments. Pennsylvania’s self-guided wine trails allow visitors to sip their way... Read more »
Experience Pennsylvania's Explosion of Fall Colors The burnt oranges, golden yellows and rich reds; shades of color that present themselves in endless variations, pleasing your eye and simultaneously putting thoughts of crisp air, warm sweaters and... Read more »
The vibrant bursts of color and dazzling displays of Mother Nature are in full high-def from the panoramic windows of these excursions: The Lehigh Gorge Scenic Railway’s Annual Autumn Leaf Excursion takes passengers from the Northern Railroad... Read more »
Located just south of Pittsburgh, Washington County makes the perfect destination for a quick daytrip or weekend getaway for families throughout Pennsylvania, the Midwest and the Mid-Atlantic. August and September are jam packed with authentic... Read more »
Brighten your itinerary with one of these Pennsylvania fall festivals, where you’ll discover delicious seasonal eats, arts and crafts vendors, live entertainment, and kid-friendly activities. September Hotel Hershey® Wine & Food Fest Hershey,... Read more »
Many offer tours of the facilities as well as beer tastings. Experience Pennsylvania’s rich brewing history with a trip to one of these breweries: Sly Fox Brewing CompanyPottstownThe original Sly Fox Brewhouse & Eatery was founded by the... Read more »
For a complete list of events and attractions, please visit our calendar of events or follow us using Twitter. All information is subject to change. JANUARY 2016Jan. 1Mummers Day ParadeThe Mummers Parade is a beloved Philadelphia tradition and a one... Read more »
The naturally air-conditioned sites are especially nice for summer travel. Since many of the caves possess damp environments and temperatures between 50 and 60 degrees, good shoes and a light jacket are recommended. Be sure to visit one (or more!)... Read more »
Nothing signals the advent of autumn in Pennsylvania like the changing color of the state’s landscape, when entire forests transform into glittering displays of reds, yellows and purples. From the large-scale transformations in Allegheny National... Read more »
The Hershey StoryHersheyRelive the history and legacy of Milton S. Hershey as his story comes to life through interactive activities and exhibits. Highlighting this American entrepreneur’s rags-to-riches story, the museum tells the tale of how he... Read more »


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