Search
Hotel Deals
date_range
date_range
map
Map &
Directions
mode_edit
Write a Tip
chevron_left
 
chevron_right

Top Tours

 
Ithaca Waterfalls Sightseeing Tour from NYC
"Leave the traffic behind in NYC while you relax aboard an air-conditioned luxury motor coach with WIFI for a day of sightseeing in Ithaca New York. Take a nap on the comfortable roomy seats and before you know it you'll be in Ithaca Bus Station. With an early morning arrival you will be met by your driver/guide who will escort you to a combination of powerful waterfalls that make up only a few of the 150 gorges and waterfalls of this area. Some stroll the commons it consists of a two-block segment of State Street between Cayuga and Aurora Streets lined with shops galleries restaurants
From $299.00
 
Private New York Day Trip to Amish Country with Amish Mennonite Guides
"Your private driver-guide will meet your group at the New York City location of your choice at whatever time is best for you.  You will then travel approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes to Amish Country in Lancaster Pennsylvania. There you will meet up with your Amish or Mennonite guide and head out on a 6-hour adventure roaming and exploring the beautiful Amish countryside for the day.Early in the visit stop at an all-you-can-eat family-style restaurant where Amish food is prepared and served (not included in the cost of the tour). You will visit at least one of each of the following during the day: an Amish quilt shop; farm; farmers' market; water powe schools cemeteries and businesses along way. See the Amish working in their fields driving their horses and buggies and living a lifestyle more like the 1800s than today. It should be noted that each of these experiences is a real-life experience and encounter -- these are not staged tourist attractions. Your guide living in that community
From $799.00
 
Private Driving Tour of Lancaster and Amish Country
"Lancaster County is located approximately 90 minutes outside of Philadelphia and has been home to Amish and Mennonite communities for generations. Every tour includes a drive along many of the country roads that crisscross the area while you hear about the history philosophies and culture of the Amish and Mennonite people from your guide. Depending upon the length of your tour activities for your day may include taking a Amish buggy ride visiting a local bakery touring a museum to see how the Amish have lived for more than two centuries eating lunch at a classic Pennsylvania Dutch Smorgasbord or market
From $445.00

Most Viewed Restaurants in Pennsylvania

Restaurants

Philly Cheese Steaks

I've always liked Pat's so it's what I will recommend. They don't need those flashy lights to prove anyone their better. They're just your low key philly cheese steak place that locals like me go to....
View More
Restaurants

Primanti Brothers

Holy overrated sandwich batman. I had the #2 best seller, and I almost asked for a refund. Fries were no where near crisp, slaw was bland, and the steak was just a poor cut of meat. The bread was...
View More
Restaurants

Good 'N Plenty

I was originally going to do a farm tour and Amish meal, but decided it was too expensive ($50 each) and too strenuous (3 hours) plus I wasn't sure we would get there in time for the dinner tour. So...
View More
Restaurants

Moya

Moya was wonderful dining experience. Beautifully decorated, the walls are lined with interesting paintings, all done by the owners wife. The painting are for sale but I did not inquire how much. Hip...
View More
Restaurants

Wellsboro Diner

Its Saturday night in Wellsboro, and our group gets to pick wherever they want to eat. Most of us chose the WELLSBORO DINER as it had a good menu and the prices were reasonable. Hans chose the Chicken...
View More
Restaurants

South York Diner

We pulled off in York to eat, because the GPS said there were places there that weren't chains. Got gas. Eventually we found the South York Diner. The advertisement out front said BREAKFAST starting...
View More
 
 
Sponsored Listings
Restaurants

Perkins Restaurant & Bakery

We got as far as Selins Grove and there was a massive traffic jam, so we stopped at Perkins to have lunch. We both had an orange dream shake. (It was big - one would have been enough for both of us. ...
View More
Restaurants

Miller's Smorgasbord

I wanted to eat an Amish meal, but when I looked at the menus of the family style places, it looked a little too much like what we had at Dillards in Georgia and I wasn't very happy with that...
View More
Restaurants

Tioga Town Casino Buffet

Friday, September 30, 2016 Our tour group were given vouchers for a free buffet at the TIOGA DOWNS CASINO. We were seated in the large Buffet area and then I went up to the Salad Bar where I filled my...
View More
Restaurants

Le Bec Fin

I read a previous comment that said that Michelin stars are not used in the States. I just wanted to say that that comment is incorrect. There are five 3-star Michelin restaurants in the US and a few...
View More
Restaurants

Church Brew Works

The Church Brew Works had long been on my radar as a brewpub to visit. From what I gathered it was Belgian beer influenced and set in a huge old church. It sounded too good to be true and as it turned...
View More
Restaurants

Hershey Farms

Hershey Farm Restaurant has recently gone through some remodeling and renovation. The food is "wonderful good" as the locals say. Real mashed potatoes, buttered noodles, ham balls, peel and eat...
View More
Restaurants

Broadway Grille

The restaurant is connected to the Inn at Jim Thorpe and since we were staying at the Inn it was very convenient. They have a large seating area and also have a bar in another room. There is also a...
View More
Restaurants

China Town

Imperial Inn is a relatively famous and old restaurant in the Philadelphia Chinatown that made the Best of Philly in 1961. During lunch, Imperial Inn serves dim sum. I ate here both lunch and dinner...
View More

Popular Cities in Pennsylvania

Cities

Philadelphia

Pennsylvania
View More
Cities

Pittsburgh

Pennsylvania
View More
Cities

Gettysburg

Pennsylvania
View More
Cities

Erie

Pennsylvania
View More
Cities

Lancaster

Pennsylvania
View More
Cities

Harrisburg

Pennsylvania
View More

Top Hotels in Pennsylvania

Hotels
301 South 12th and Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107, United States
Show Prices
Hotels
530 William Penn Place, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15219, United States
Show Prices
Hotels
945 Baltimore Pike, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, 17325, United States
Show Prices
Hotels
222 Eden Road, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 17601, United States
Show Prices
Hotels
4650 Lindle Road, (formerly Wyndham), Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 17111, United States
Show Prices
Hotels
55 West Bay Drive, Erie, Pennsylvania, 16507, United States
Show Prices

Top Things to Do in Pennsylvania

Things to Do

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,...
View More
Things to Do

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...
View More
Things to Do

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...
View More
Things to Do

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...
View More
Things to Do

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...
View More
Things to Do

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...
View More

Top 5 Pennsylvania Writers

mtncorg's Profile Photo

mtncorg

"PENNSYLVANIA - HISTORY AMONGST RURAL SPLENDOUR"
View Member
kazander's Profile Photo

kazander

"Our Favorite Neighbor"
View Member
tpangelinan's Profile Photo

tpangelinan

"Welcome to Pennsylvania!"
View Member

Ewingjr98

"You've Got a Friend in Pennsylvania"
View Member
Basaic's Profile Photo

Basaic

"Basaic Pennsylvania Page"
View Member