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  • 778 Baltimore St. Gettysburg, PA 17325-2610
    717-334-6296
    Travel the historic fields of Gettysburg aboard the famous Double Decker Bus as the epic conflict is played out before you. Licensed Battlefield Guide bus tours offer the visitor a truly unique...
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  • Charmain Rd,. North of SR 16 Waynesboro, PA 17268
    Approximately 10,000 soldiers fought around Monterey Pass, making it, next to Gettysburg, the largest Civil War battle fought in Pennsylvania.
  • 169 Northampton St. Easton, PA 18042
    610-253-1222
    The 1753 Bachmann Publick House is Easton's only surviving 18th century tavern and oldest standing building. This restored original 3 story stone building was constructed in 1753 by Jacob and...
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  • 1950 Woodside Rd. Yardley, PA 19067
    215-493-3646
    Experience the Memorial Garden Journey, "After Darkness...Light" by viewing WTC Towers remnants, reading 2,973 Victims' names etched in glass, then arriving at the Gardens Heart - luminous, twin...
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  • Baltimore and West Middle Streets Gettysburg, PA 17325
    717-334-6781
    Located in historic Gettysburg, the Adams County Courthouse is over 125 years old and reflects the rich heritage of the town and battlefield. The courthouse is built in the Italianate style. Put...
  • Route 2014 Cresson, PA 16630
    814-536-7993
    This memorial honors Admiral Robert E. Peary, the Cresson native and founder of the North Pole in 1909.
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  • 35 Piper St. Beaver Falls, PA 15010-1043
    724-843-2820
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  • 20th Street & Ben Franklin Pkwy. Philadelphia, PA 19103
    215-636-4433
    Commissioned in 1927, the memorial stands as a tribute to African American war heroes.
  • 4734 Butler St Pittsburgh, PA 15201-2951
    412-682-1624
    Visit the burial site of Josh Gibson (1911-1947), who was called the Babe Ruth of the Negro Baseball League. A superb athlete who made history and spawned legends in his years with the Pittsburgh...
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  • 123 N. Prince St. Lancaster, PA 17603-3525
    717-291-5861
    The home of Andrew Ellicott from 1801 to 1813. Ellicott was something of a genius. He designed and built scientific instruments and helped plan Washington, D.C. He later became the Secretary of the...
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