Summer is a great time for a road trip and a Pittsburgh to Philadelphia drive offers opportunities for outdoor fun, wineries, train rides, great food, and chocolate!
While you might think of it as a summer destination, the Raystown Lake area in Central PA has plenty of fun things to do in the winter! Learn more about their Winter Fireplace Getaways.
Wondering where to eat in Allentown? Take a tour of the culinary destinations at the Downtown Allentown Market. The market offers authentic cuisine, craft cocktails, live music and special events in the heart of Allentown, PA.
The Hershey-Harrisburg area is well-known for its theme park and chocolate attractions, but there is so much more for families to enjoy. Here’s a quick list of things to do in Hershey and Harrisburg, PA.
Here are a few of my favorite restaurants and lodging options when you’re wondering where to eat and stay in Hershey-Harrisburg, PA.
These wineries near Hershey-Harrisburg, PA are perfect for a weekend getaway or special occasion, with beautiful tasting rooms and tons of fun events.
InSite Gettysburg offers amazing virtual reality tours of Gettysburg historical areas. Read on to learn more, as well as where to stay and eat.
There’s nothing like thousands of twinkling lights to get you in the holiday spirit. Here’s what to expect from Hershey Sweet Lights drive-thru holiday lights spectacular and why it should be in your travel plans this holiday season.
The Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is a delightful oasis in Pittsburgh’s Oakland neighborhood. Also, where to stay and eat in Pittsburgh.
Hershey Lodge in Hershey, PA goes all-in with its chocolate theme. As it should be in “The Sweetest Place on Earth.”
I found some gems when exploring Bethlehem, PA. The history of Bethlehem Steel, great food, music, a beautiful rail trail, and more.
Every December, Washington’s historic crossing of the Delaware is reenacted at Washington Crossing State Park in Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania. During the reenactment, the park hosts many fascinating displays and demonstrations. Families can tour several historic buildings on the grounds and learn about blacksmithing, colonial games, candle-making, quilt-making, cooking, crafts, musket-firing drills and more.