December 23, 2023
Pennsylvania has cities big and small, dining spots, sports hubs, scenic state parks, and more. Plus, the Keystone State experiences four seasons, meaning you can choose your favorite time to visit. US News considers sightseeing, culture, adventure and accessibility
Hershey's is known as "The Sweetest Place on Earth" — and for good reason. Here, you'll find Hershey's Chocolate World, where you can tour the facility for free to see what Hershey's chocolate is like.
History buffs will love Gettysburg. Travelers can tour the nearly 6,000-acre Gettysburg National Military Park (site of the Civil War's bloodiest battle) and visit other historic attractions.
An up-and-coming foodie destination, Pittsburgh attracts travelers with restaurants that serve everything from Polish staples to mouth-watering burgers.
Whether you're looking for a relaxing getaway with your significant other, a vacation full of non-stop adventure, or something in between, the Poconos has you covered.
Philly is home to some of America's most notable historic landmarks, including the Liberty Bell (used by abolitionists, suffragists, and other groups as a symbol of freedom).
Bordered on the east by the Delaware River, New Hope exudes both natural beauty and small-town charm. Nature lovers can wander through meadows, forests
Ricketts Glen State Park is one of the most scenic locales in the state. Featuring more than 13,000 acres, this impressive state park in Columbia, Luzerne and Sullivan counties, Pennsylvania is located in the Glens Natural Area.
This valley in eastern Pennsylvania – made up of big cities like Allentown and Bethlehem and smaller towns like Easton – is packed with things to do.
Lancaster is home to the nation's oldest Amish community, making it an ideal place to disconnect and discover this unique way of life.
Visit Valley Forge National Historical Park on your next vacation about American history. The village served as a winter camp for former President George Washington
Lovers of the great outdoors visit Delaware Water Gap every summer and appreciate the area's lush forests and waterfalls.
If you're interested in spending some time on and off the water, choose Lake Wallenpoppack as your next vacation destination.