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Corning Museum of Glass Admission
"Showcasing more than 3500 years of glassmaking history the Corning Museum of Glass features nearly 50000 pieces of classic and contemporary glass art and objects. With your 2-day admission ticket you have plenty of time to explore the world's largest collection of glass and check out hands-on exhibits.Visit galleries such as Early Northern European Glass Asian Glass and Glass in America and learn about the science of glass at interactive 'Do It!' stations inside the Glass Innovation Center. Head to the new Contemporary Art and Design wing to see the best of the last 25 years in glass
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Bike Rentals in Poconos
"Make your experience in the Lehigh Gorge State Park memorable by riding the trails on a bike rental. Pick from 6 different types of bikes to ensure you fit your riding capabilities and preferences.Expert 29er: Advanced technology with state o including disc brakes increases suspension and easy shift gearing.  Sport Bikes: Aluminum frame bikes with front shocks including 26"" models with disc brakes. Economy Class Bikes: Traditional mountain bikes without front shocks perfect for the beginner and novice mountain biker. Kids Bikes: 20"" and 24"" bike appropriate for ages 5-14 with gears and grip shifters. Tag Along Bikes: Bikes appropriate to include ages 3-5 with little bike riding experience.  Toddler Trailer-Caboose: Trailers perfect for children ages 1-3
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VIP Private Wine Tour with Lunch in Hershey from Lancaster
"Your personal chauffeur will arrive at 11:00 am at a pick up you choose in Lancaster PA with your souvenir glasses souvenir wine bags a bottle of wine souvenir corkscrew and Panera Signature bagged lunches.The wineries and tasting rooms we visit will vary based on the day of week and time of year. We guarantee visiting at least 3 locations but if time allows 4 locations will be visited.All of the locations you will visit are within a 30-minute drive of each other and you will spend between 45 minutes to 1 hour 15 minutes at each location. Your chauffeur will walk into each location with you and intro
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More Off The Beaten Path in Pennsylvania

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PETERSBURG TOLLHOUSE - ADDISON

The National Pike was authorized in 1806 by Thomas Jefferson, but debate over who would benefit and maintain the 800 mile road lasted some 40 years. The road was opened as a free federal road in 1818...
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Buchanan's Birthplace State Park

Buchanan's Birthplace State Park is a small, off-the-beaten-path park dedicated to former President James Buchanan. Buchanan's father owned the land around this site, and the President was born and...
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The Jim Thorpe Memorial, Jim Thorpe, PA

Jim Thorpe was born on an Indian reservation in Oklahoma, to an Irish Catholic father and a mother who was half Sac and Fox Indian and half French. Jim Thorpe was raised as a Sac and Fox Indian, but...
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The town of Jim Thorpe (formerly Mauch Chunk)

The town we know today as Jim Thorpe was founded in 1818 as Mauch Chunk, possibly a local Indian phrase meaning "bear mountain." In its early days, Mauch Chunk thrived on its coal industry, which...
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Kinzua Dam

Kinzua Dam was authorized in the 1930s but not started until 1960. When built along the Allegheny River Valley, Pennsylvania's last Indian reservation, which housed the Seneca Indians, was forced to...
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The Twin Bridges

The Twin Bridges are the only twin covered bridges in the United States. Called the East Paden Bridge and the West Paden Bridge, they were constructed in 1884 by W.C. Pennington for $720.00, and were...
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Kinzua Bridge

Kinzua Bridge, constructed in 1882, was once known as the Eighth Wonder of the World. It stood 301 feet over the creek below, and it stretched 2,052 feet across the valley, making it the longest and...
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High Plateau-PA 144

Also called Route 44, this is a state byway that is 27 miles long and has views of Sproul State Forest. There are no homes or even power lines along this area but there are deer , elk and even bears....
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Bucktail Trail

Bucktail Trail or PA 120 is another scenic byway in Pennsylvania that is 100 miles long. It goes from Ridgway in the west to Lock Haven in the west. Another curvy road, it it scenic with the...
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George Washington in Pennsylvania

Throughout his life, America's first President, George Washington, spent quite a bit of time in Pennsylvania. In fact many of the most famous moments of his life occurred here such as when his forces...
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Mongst the hills of Somerset

Poet James Whitcomb Riley once wrote, "Mongst the hills of Somerset, I wish I were a'roamin' yet."Somerset was home to many of the leaders of the Whiskey Rebellion of 1794. This rebellion against the...
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Burnside, PA's forgotten history

Burnside is way off the beaten path in rural Clearfield County, PA. When driving through you'll notice a few huge, but run-down old mansions, amazing architecture for this area. This tiny community...
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The tiny town of Corsica

Corsica, PA is a small village of about 300 people and is located along rural Interstate-80 in Western PA. The town was most likely named after the Island of Corsica in France, the birthplace of...
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Historic Brookville Pennsylvania

Brookville is a town founded on the lumber and logging industry. Its first settlers arrived around 1790, and the town's first house was built in 1801. The area's loggers used the area streams and...
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Top Hotels in Pennsylvania

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301 South 12th and Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107, United States
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530 William Penn Place, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15219, United States
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945 Baltimore Pike, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States
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4650 Lindle Road, (formerly Wyndham), Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 17111, United States
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55 West Bay Drive, Erie, Pennsylvania, 16507, United States
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Top Things to Do in Pennsylvania

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ChinaTown

Philadelphia Chinatown is a great place to go because it has over fifty different restaurants! I like to often go there with my friends for dinner. Many different types of Chinese food are offered,...
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Mount Washington

We took the Monongahela Incline to reach the top of Mount Washington, which is a neighborhood in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania's south city area. It is known for its steep hill overlooking the Pittsburgh...
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Devil's Den

Ok .. Im really not a history buff like my husband and I was very concerned this area would prove boring like back in school. Wow was I wrong . . yeah lots of history here but even without the history...
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Amish Farm and Home

We arrived at the farmhouse about 9 am and our group were allocated a guide to take us through each room of the farmhouse. The guide was excellent and explained the detail of each room. The bedrooms...
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Presque Isle State Park

On Erie's waterfront, overlooking Lake Erie and Presque Isle, is Bicentennial Tower. Built in 1995 to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the city's founding, it stands 187 feet high. The observation...
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Hershey Chocolate Factory

Back in the 70s, you could actually take a tour of the factory and watch the production. For reasons of security, no photographs were allowed, but we went on the tour at that time. Currently the...
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"PENNSYLVANIA - HISTORY AMONGST RURAL SPLENDOUR"
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"Our Favorite Neighbor"
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"Welcome to Pennsylvania!"
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"You've Got a Friend in Pennsylvania"
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"Basaic Pennsylvania Page"
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