Lake Wallenpaupack

Lake Wallenpaupack is a reservoir in northeastern Pennsylvania that is well-known. It is the second-largest lake totally confined after Raystown Lake.

Eastern State Penitentiary

In Philadelphia, there is a former American prison called the Eastern State Penitentiary or ESP.

Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

In Schenley Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, there is a botanical park called Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.

Hershey Gardens

With Milton Hershey's desire to "build a lovely garden of roses," Hershey Gardens first opened its doors in 1937.

Lancaster Central Market

One of the oldest farmers markets in the nation, Lancaster Central Market is not just the oldest in Pennsylvania.

Gettysburg National Military Park

The American Civil War's 1863 Battle of Gettysburg's battlefield is preserved and explained by the Gettysburg National Military Park.

The Amish Farm and House

A historic Amish location offering guided home, bus, and farm tours, as well as access to a schoolhouse and animals.

Raystown Lake

Every age group enjoys swimming and water skiing at Raystown Lake. The biggest lake located entirely in Pennsylvania is Raystown Lake.

Presque Isle State Park

Visitors may enjoy swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, bicycling, and inline skating on Presque Isle, which also has a stunning shoreline.

Mount Washington

The weather atop Mount Washington is often unpredictable. The Mount Washington Observatory there on April 12, 1934, recorded the greatest surface wind ever seen by man: 231 mph.

Fulton Theatre

According to reports, it is the country's oldest operating theatre. In 1964, it received the designation of National Historic Landmark.

The Hershey Story Museum

Here, visitors may take a trip through Milton S. Hershey's life, the Hershey's chocolate business, his tremendous humanitarian legacy, and the town of Hershey, Pennsylvania.