Attractions and Activities in Pennsylvania

The list of things to do in Pennsylvania is endless. Sightseeing in Pennsylvania can range from a family trip to an amusement park to a fall-foliage tour along a Pennsylvania railroad. Sample seasonal beers at Pennsylvania breweries, sip Pennsylvania wines overlooking the vineyards where they’re cultivated or tour the factories that manufacture your favorite potato chips, pretzels and chocolate.

Use the listings below to find the PA attractions that await in the region and towns you plan to visit — or plan your visit around the best things to see and do in PA!

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  • 4695 E. Trindle Rd Mechanicsburg, PA 17050
    717-737-9820
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  • 400 Union Sq. Dr. New Hope, PA 18938-1367
    215-862-8300
    Sophisticated restaurant/brewpub featuring eclectic contemporary American food and handcrafted freshly brewed beer. Catering and banquet space available. Outdoor seating. Brewery tours upon request...
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  • 800 Paxton St. Harrisburg, PA 17104-1652
    717-232-1297
    Troegs Brewery, established in 1996, sells beer throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Brewery tours every Saturday. Please call ahead for reservations. A tap room with brewery viewing areas in open...
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  • Route 3007 Stoystown, PA 15563
    814-445-6431
    Built in 1873, the Trostletown Covered Bridge is open only to foot traffic today.
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  • 414 Walnut St. Allentown, PA 18101
    610-435-4664
    Allentown's oldest surviving home was built for James Allen, member of an elite British American family and a son of the founder of Allentown.
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  • 1935 S.R. 405 Muncy, PA 17756
    570-546-8780
    Come to an enjoyable place for families to have quality time together in a safe and fun environment. They offer a roller skating rink, laser tag, an arcade, paint ball, picnic pavilions, fishing in...
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  • 4229 Reliance St Whitehall, PA 18052-1935
    610-435-1074
    Experience 100 years of Pennsylvania German history at this 1756 farmstead. Explore farm implements and craft tools, all showing how farmers and villagers interacted.
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  • Rte. 119 North, Five Points Rd. Indiana, PA 15701-9342
    724-463-8636
    This 41-foot bridge with a 14-foot roadway is located over Plum Creek and was built in 1870. It was named for nearby property owner Robert Trusal. This bridge is the shortest and the oldest of the...
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  • 116 N. Front St. Womelsdorf, PA 19567-1305
    610-589-2527
    Open daily from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. including weekends. Closed Wednesdays and holidays. (Membership only. Please contact society at Web site address for more details.)
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  • TR 416 over Tunkhannock Creek Wyoming, PA 18644
    570-836-7755
    This concrete bridge spans Tunkhannock Creek. The original bridge on this site was a one-lane steel bridge built in 1891.
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