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Pennsylvania is one of the 13 original colonies where America was founded when the British first migrated to the United States of America. This northern state is sandwiched between New York, Ohio, Maryland, New Jersey, Delaware and West Virginia. Pennsylvania has a diverse terrain with farmland, national forests and mountains. Philadelphia has a fascinating history with Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed and the Liberty Bell, a symbol of America's freedom from the United Kingdom. Tourists gather here to learn about the origins of the country.

In Pennsylvania you can visit the Appalachian mountains, in autumn they offer a patchwork of autumnal coloured pine trees, lush green valleys and picturesque lakes. These Pennsylvania Wilds, are barely inhabited. In Philadelphia’s countryside, you can visit small towns like New Hope, Valley Forge and attractions like Longwood Gardens. In Pittsburgh, you can visit the Andy Warhol Museum are sure to impress, and the Duquesne Incline offers an incredible view of the skyline. Pittsburgh also has 89 distinct neighbourhoods celebrating ethnic cultures from around the globe.

Gettysburg is known for the Gettysburg National Battlefield, where the American Civil war turned in favour of the union who pushed back the Confederates from Gettysburg. You can now take a tour through the battlefield, visit the historic buildings or watch a living history presentation.


Top Experiences in Pennsylvania

Museum of the American Revolution




Kinzua Bridge Skywalk

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Independence Hall

Museum of the American Revolution

Independence National Historic Park

Cherry Springs State Park