Address: Bushkill Falls, Lehman Township, PA 18324, USA.
This is one of the first natural attractions you can enjoy in Pennsylvania. Bushkill waterfall consists of a group of 8 amazing waterfalls. You can find this waterfall on beautiful Pocono Mountains. This waterfall is owned by a private family and opened to public on 1904. Bird watching and hiking are the popular activities you can enjoy here and you can reach here through thrilling trials and bridge crossings.
Address: 199 Hartman Bridge Rd, Ronks, PA 17572, United States.
Visiting Amish village would be a different experience for you. A travel through the life style, culture & traditions of Amish People you can do here. This country in Pennsylvania spreads around 12 acres with amazing natural beauty. You have three options to get close with Amish People includes backroads bus tour, farm house & village tours and premium package tours.
Address: 695 State Route 487, Benton, PA 17814, United States.
This state park was established in 1942 and spreads around 13050acres. This park is a popular hiking destination in Pennsylvania. It has number of major and minor beautiful waterfalls. You can enjoy number of outdoor activities over here includes camping, spot fishing, camping, boating, family picnics etc.
Address: 1607 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19103, United States.
This is the meeting place of three rivers. This is one of the most populous cities in Pennsylvania. You can enjoy number of things in this vibrant city includes Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Warhol Museum, Carnegie Museum of Art, PNC Park baseball stadium, Phipps Conservatory and Botanical gardens etc. And moreover Pittsburgh is called as ?steel city?.
Address: 124 Main St, Ohiopyle, PA 15470, United States.
Ohiopyle State Park was established in 1965, a popular natural tourist attraction in Pennsylvania. The famous Youghiogheny River is the central attraction over here and you can enjoy white water boating over here. Another thrilling outdoor activities enjoy in this natural surroundings are white water rafting, kayaking, snowmobiles, hiking, horse-back riding, hunting, fishing, camping etc.
Address: Philadelphia, PA, USA.
This largest historic city in Pennsylvania has much more to offer for visitors including Liberty bell-the symbol of American independence, constitution Hall, Philadelphia Museum of Art with excellent collection of artefacts, Old city & Society Hill, National Museum of American Jewish History, Valley Forge National Historical Park etc.
Address: 963 Crystal Cave Rd, Kutztown, PA 19530, United States.
This historical cave is situated on Berks County and this cave was discovered by William Merkel and John Gehret in 1871. It amazes visitors with large number of milky white crystalline formations on the walls and ceilings of the cave. There is a theatre which tells you the history and geology of these caves in Pennsylvania.
Address: Gettysburg Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19128, USA.
Gettysburg is a must visit attraction in Pennsylvania. The city is popular with Gettysburg National Battlefield, an important place in Civil war. The things you can enjoy here include Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg National Cemetery, Gettysburg Museum and Visitor Center with various civil war artefacts etc.
Address: Harrisburg, Philadelphia, PA 19136, USA.
This state capital of Pennsylvania stands on the shore of beautiful River Susquehanna and surrounded by natural beauty. The must visit attractions of this city includes the Capitol building with State Museum of Pennsylvania where you can understand the history & culture of Pennsylvania, The National Civil War museum, Hershey park ? a chocolate themed amusement park would be a favourite destination for kids etc.
Address: 4036 Aspen St, Philadelphia, PA 19104, United States.
Bethlehem is a historic city in Pennsylvania and a popular tourist attraction. It has a very long industrial background; the famous among them is Bethlehem Steel plant. The things you can visit over here include Banana Factory Arts and Education Center, Colonial Industrial Quarter, Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts, Hoover Mason Trestle, Moravian Museum of Bethlehem etc.