Expert Travel Advice to Pennsylvania

Top Answers To Pennsylvania Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    I have a suggestion for you -- Central PA's Susquehanna River Valley (www.VisitCentralPA.org). The region offers 3 wineries (your wife could sip sparkling cider from the deck of the winery, instead of wine), cozy B&Bs, hotels, and historic inns, bustling downtowns like Selinsgrove and Lewisburg, fresh produce at local farmers markets, and gorgeous views everywhere you turn - from mountains, valleys and farm fields to state parks and river views. Lots of dining options, too. Check out www.VisitCentralPA.org and request a free Visitors Guide. We also offer more than a dozen brochures that we can mail to you for FREE! Hope to see you soon!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    You might want to check out Blue Mountain Ski Area in the Poconos. Here you'll fine 33 trails for various levels, plus snow-tubing if you or your kids don't ski. More info about the resort here: http://away.com/skiing/ski_resort.tcl?Blue_Mountain&id=293274. If you've not yet booked a place to stay, you could make a weekend trip of it by staying at the Great Wolf Lodge in Scotrun, PA, which has an indoor waterpark and lots of other kid-friendly amenities.
  • Anonymous user answered:
    What about a hiking or mountain-biking outing in Wharton State Forest, located in New Jersey on the way to Atlantic City? Loads of great trails there. You could also hike or bike the towpath trail in Delaware Canal State Park, which starts near Bristol and Silver Lake Park on the outskirts of Philly. No excuses for getting bored now!
  • dan answered:
    Not sure if this counts as historical or not but a tour of the infamous Eastern State Penitentiary might be a fun. You can see some of the sites in Philly's Old City and catch a bus near the Constitution Center for a short ride to the prison: http://www.easternstate.org And of course everyone can run the Rocky steps in front of the Philly Art Museum.

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