If you've chosen to visit some Pennsylvania attractions, you've definitely made the right decision (for once). Pennsylvania is packed full of family-friendly attractions, and some spots for those looking for a more romantic, or educational experience.
- Hersheypark If you're in to chocolate (which you better be, because it's delicious), and theme parks, you and your family will love Hersheypark. This place is the king of Pennsylvania attractions, and one of the best attractions in the north-east. Hersheypark is over 100 years old, and is what you would call a modern day Willy Wonka factory, but with rollercoasters. Eat tons of chocolate, and then get sick on the rides. Sounds like a great time, right?
- Sesame Place Whether you're trying to bring back childhood memories, or you have kids that watch PBS every morning, this attraction is a great place to visit while you're vacationing in Pennsylvania. You can hang out with the gang, and have some thrills on some water rides, and rollercoasters. Be sure to say hi to Elmo. 100 Sesame Pl Langhorne, Pennsylvania 19047
- Lancaster Amish Country If you want to get away completely, and we mean completely, Lancaster Amish Country is, without a doubt, the place to go. This is one of the most unique attractions of Pennsylvania, and also one of the more interesting ones. As you probably already know, the Amish people are known for not using electricity. They drive horses and buggies, and all of their materials are hand-made. They also speak a unique language called, "Pennsylvania Dutch". It's basically described as Dutch, but with an American accent. Visitor center: Bird in Hand, PA 17505-0414
- Dorney Park For all you thrillseekers, Dorney Park is a classic amusement park. Even though there are plenty of stomach-droppers and thrill rides, Dorney Park is also full of rides for the kids. With rides that are named, "Dominator" and "Mega-Coaster", you know you'll have a great time at this Pennsylvania attraction. 3830 Dorney Park Road, Allentown, PA 18104
- Philadelphia Historic Area This attraction is for anyone who wants to see American history in its purist form. Philadelphia is the birthplace of artifacts like The Liberty Bell, the American flag, the articles of confederation, and probably the most important, the constitution of the United States of America. The rights you have as an American were set in ink in Independence Hall. You will find yourself in the same building the fathers of our country finalized the ideals of our nation, and the civil liberties of everyone around you, even the people who don't neccesarily deserve it. 600 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106