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  • The Amish Village
    199 Hartman Bridge Rd. Ronks, PA 17572
    717-687-8511
    In the heart of Lancaster County, just down the street from Sight & Sound Millennium Theatre, is a 12-acre village offering an authentic look at Amish life. Our guides will answer your questio...
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  • 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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  • Addison Toll House Addison, PA 15411
    Native Cut Stone Structure.  Tollgate #1 on the Historic National Road.  Built in 1835 when the sttes became responsible for maintaining the road.
  • Addison Toll House Addison, PA 15411
    Native Cut Stone Structure.  Tollgate #1 on the Historic National Road.  Built in 1835 when the sites became responsible for maintaining the road.
  • Main St. Alexandria, PA 16611
    Founded in 1793, Alexandria was an important stop during the canal period. Walking tours of the historic district are available.
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  • 436 Grant St Pittsburgh, PA 15219
    412-350-6500
    The Allegheny County Courthouse is an outstanding example of the Richardson Romanesque style. The complex is dominated by a tall turreted tower. Three murals by Vincent Nesbert decorate the lobby....
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  • 1421-1427 Twelfth Ave. Altoona, PA 16601
    814-940-1922
    This heritage-rich area tells western Pennsylvania's early industrialization story while providing a better opportunity to develop, interpret, and restore the region's historic and cultural...
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  • Bounded by Quittapahilla Creek, Lebanon, Saylor and Marshall Streets Annville, PA 17003
    This attractive historic district features many restored Victorian homes. Each December, the Friends of Old Annville conduct candlelight tours through the district, offering visitors a special...
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  • 3 Packer Hill Road Jim Thorpe, PA 18229
    The Asa Packer Mansion, a National Historic Landmark, was the home of philanthropist, railroad magnate, and founder of Lehigh University, Asa Packer.  Built in 1861, the home was constructed over a...
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  • Driving Tour from Jim Thorpe to White Haven White Haven, PA 18661
    The Auto Tour highlights John James Audubon’s 1829 visit to the Upper Lehigh River in Northeastern Pennsylvania, where he studied the variety of birds and other wildlife.  The Auto...
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