Pennsylvania things to do are as various as the people who want to do them.
Depending on the season, there are different activities and attractions to do and see throughout the state from indoor activities to outdoor athletics.
There’s Pennsylvania state parks to picnic, swim, boat and fish in and plenty of museums, tourist attractions and events that go on in different cities all year round.
The city of Erie is located in the north western part of the state and offers plenty of things to do for residents and vacationers alike.
Couples can escape for a romantic getaway while kids and parents alike will enjoy the many animals at the zoo.
Water lovers will find Presque Isle State Park a nice place to spend a summer day.
The sand beach and lighthouse are nice attractions in that area of the state.
Lake Erie is our biggest lake, so be sure to stop there, if only for a few hours.
Erie has many things to do and see for culture lovers including museums and theatres.
Erie has kids museums for the little ones and art museums for the art lover in every family.
You’ll also find cities located in the Pocono Mountains.
Great for families who want a vacation out of the city or for honeymooners who want to hide away.
Eastern PA cities and towns offer outdoor and indoor attractions for every taste, and for big and little kids alike.
The cities below begin with the letters D – H.
A city name lets you go to a page listing activities in that town.
Gettysburg’s Baltimore Street and Steinwehr Avenue have lots of history abounding.
Visit a Diorama, historical houses and plenty of museums to satisfy the family history buff.
Drive your car through the Battlefield and relive the Civil War era.
Be sure to have your camera as there are many statues and monuments on the tour.
The city is also known for its hauntings, so if you enjoy that you won’t be disappointed here.
The State Capitol is one attraction located in the city of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania’s capital city.
Fans of architecture will find the Capitol fascinating.
Indian Echo Caverns are located in Hummelstown. It’s a great place to visit for both kids and adults alike.
Huntingdon has Lake Raystown and an antique car museum for the automobile buffs.
Spend the day at the Lake and enjoy a dinner cruise on the water.
Hershey Park, Hershey’s Chocolate World, Hershey Gardens and Hershey Trolley Works are a few things to do in that city.
Come back and visit us often! You’ll be able to rediscover all the sights.