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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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  • S.R. 15 Business Gettysburg, PA 17325
    Abraham Brien sued the government for damage to his farm during Pickett's Charge - awarded $15.00.
  • 1720 Brooklyn Rd. Fort Loudon, PA 17224-9717
    Featured in the John Wayne film "Allegheny Uprising," Fort Loudoun was built in 1756 to protect local settlers from Indian raids. The fort was named after the Earl of Loudoun, who commanded British...
  • 100 Lincoln Way E Chambersburg, PA 17201-2291
    Chambersburg's Main Street, known as the Diamond, is guarded by the bronze statue of a Civil War soldier who faces south down Main Street as though to ward off invaders.
  • 900 Cathedral Road Bryn Athyn, PA 19009
    Serving as a respected symbol of the New Church, the Bryn Athyn Cathedral is a prime example of the Gothic and early Romanesque styles that dominated architectural design when the building was...
  • Star Route, Route 16 Mercersburg, PA 17236
    This small park is the birthplace of James Buchanan, the 15th president of the U.S. and has picnicking and stream fishing.
  • Route 120 and 555 Driftwood, PA 15832
    This monument pays tribute to the soldiers of the 42nd Infantry who fought in the Civil War, known as the Bucktails.
  • North Front Street, Commons Park, In Grass Wrightsville, PA 17368
    After invading Pennsylvania and capturing York, Confederates planned to take Harrisburg and possibly Philadelphia. To get there they had to cross the Susquehanna River at Wrightsville.
  • 1253 Bushy Run Rd Jeannette, PA 15644
    Bushy Run Battlefield preserves and interprets for citizens and visitors the site of this pivotal battle fought between British and Native Americans during the conflict known as Pontiac's War (1763...
  • 718 Hazelwood Ave. Pittsburgh, PA 15217-2807
    Calvary Cemetery is the final resting place of several prominent Pittsburghers including former mayors Bob O'Connor, Richard Caliguiri, and David Lawrence, several baseball players, and Harry...
  • 104 Iron St. Johnstown, PA 15906-2610
    The Cambria Iron Company National Historic Landmark is on the site of the former Cambria Iron Company's principal plant. A number of buildings remain including the 1864 blacksmith shop. A...
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