Restaurants 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

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  • Stoney Point Rd. Gettysburg, PA 17325
    Located on private land, Anderson Farm Covered Bridge crosses a pond on the west side of the road. It is a charming example of a Burr-arch truss bridge.
  • 155 N. Moyer St. Annville, PA 17003-1625
    A late 19th-century P&R passenger train station.
  • 50 N. Cameron St. Harrisburg, PA 17101-2407
    The Appalachian Brewing Company (ABC) is a unique large-capacity microbrewery and full-service brewpub. At 50,000 square feet, ABC is one of the largest microbrewery/brewpubs in the nation! We hand...
  • 1120 Pine Grove Rd Gardners, PA 17324-8837
    The Appalachian Trail Museum is situated in a 200-year-old grist mill at Pine Grove Furnace State Park, about two hours north of Baltimore and just two miles from the halfway point of the 2,175...
  • 212 Rutter Road Halifax, PA 17032
    We invite you to participate in the Armstrong Valley experience. Wine handcrafted in a 200 year old bank barn, over 40 selections from dry to sweet including dessert and port wines and ciders too!...
  • 5784 Old Rte. 22, Box 167 Shartlesville, PA 19554
    Specializing in fruit wines with more than 20 different fruit wines growing, along with grape wines. Free winetasting during hours of operation.
  • Southwest of Willow St. Willow Street, PA 17584
    This 1860 bridge, 120 feet long and 15 feet wide, crosses Pequea Creek. Visitors will appreciate the charming setting of this bridge. Its remote location makes it a little hard to find, but its...
  • Route 2023 Oriental, PA 17045
    Built in 1908, the Beaver Covered Bridge is the only covered bridge in Juniata County that has remained a part of the state highway system.
  • 201 Washington St. Reading, PA 19601
    The Berks County Genealogical Society preserves and collects artifacts and records relating to the history of the area. The society operates a research library open to the public that contains over...
  • 1102 Red Bridge Rd. Reading, PA 19605
    The Berks County Heritage Center contains two museums. The Gruber Wagon Works, a National Historic Landmark, explains the intricacies of wagon manufacturing and the C. Howard Hiester Canal Center...
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