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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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  • Military Park Museum & Visitors Center Gettysburg, PA 17325
    The Gettysburg Foundation announces a special tour -"Memories in Stone and Bronze: The Monuments of Gettysburg" with Licensed Battlefield Guide Fred Hawthorne. The monuments of Gettysburg serve to...
  • Monterey Pass Waynesboro, PA 17268
    On July 4, 1863, the second-largest Civil War battle in Pennsylvania occurred where Lions Club Park exists today. The battle of Monterey happened during a raging thunderstorm; 10,000 soldiers...
  • 144 N. Church St Waynesboro, PA 17268-1222
    The battle of Monterey Pass was fought on July 4-5, 1863 and is the second largest Civil War battle in Pennsylvania and was the only battle that was fought on both sides of the Mason and Dixon Line...
  • 725 Baltimore St. Hanover, PA 17331-4127
    Final resting place of Civil War pioneer newspaperwoman Mary Shaw Leader, and Corporal John Hoffacker, a soldier killed in the Battle of Hanover. One can also view the Soldiers' Memorial with...
  • North Queen St. Shippensburg, PA 17257
    For nearly 200 years the North Queen Street Cemetery, now called Locust Grove, has been the final resting place of many Shippenburg area African-Americans. The cemetery was first acknowledged in...
  • East Main and South Market Streets, In Concrete Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
    Mechanicsburg was the northernmost town to surrender formally to the Confederacy or face bombardment.
  • Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center Gettysburg, PA 17325
    During the Civil War, the fate of a nation rested with a handful of political, military and cultural leaders. Some had wartime roles that demanded leadership of them; some had the challenges of...
  • 18th and Walnut Streets Harrisburg, PA 17111
    Built in 1872, this 85-acre park hosts many year-round activities. Visitors enjoy art galleries, a summer concert series, and a Civil War Museum.
  • Northwest Corner High and Hanover Sts., In Grass Columbia, PA 17512
    On July 1, 1863, the fighting of the Civil War reached Carlisle.
  • various pick up locations Gettysburg, PA 17325
    They do pick-up and drop-off at Gettysburg motels and campgrounds for a tour of the nation's capitol with a licensed Washington D.C. guide. Stops at most memorial sites, riding tour of the city,...
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