Take the kids to the big city! Watch their eyes light up with wonder at the American Museum of Natural History or Children’s Museum of Manhattan. Walk through Central Park and stop at the Tisch Children’s Zoo. Ferry across the river to the Statue of Liberty.
From a carriage ride in Central Park to watching the sunset from atop the Empire State Building. Choose from countless romantic settings, intimate dining spots, concerts at Lincoln Center, and explore the winding cobblestone streets of the West Village.
Come and meet those dancing feet! Whether you are a fan of musicals or plays, the excitement of Broadway and the bright lights of 42nd St. and Times Square await you!
Experience the state’s rich history around every corner of the Pennsylvania state capitol. Harrisburg is home to the National Civil War Museum, the State Museum of Pennsylvania and the interactive Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts.
Steeped in history, abounding in culture – Philadelphia is home of historical treasures like the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia History Museum and National Constitution Center entertain and educate.
Take a scenic train ride running through Pittsburgh's Golden Triangle, Allegheny Mtns and Horseshoe Curve and arrive in Pittsburgh's cultural district.
Visit hip, historic downtown Lancaster. Lancaster is peppered with authentic farm-to-table restaurants, fine-dining hotspots and the nation’s oldest continuously-operating farmers market.
Go on a citywide shopping spree with stops along fashionable Fifth Avenue and the chic cobblestone streets of SoHo.
Meet a family of Coelophysis dinosaurs, bump into a huge mastodon and explore all things Pennsylvania at the official museum of the commonwealth.
Walk on the wild side at the Philadelphia Zoo! Home to nearly 1,300 rare and endangered animals, the zoo is Philadelphia’s leading family attraction, welcoming more than 1.3 million visitors each year.
Explore three Hershey/Harrisburg-area wineries and enjoy breathtaking views of Central Pennsylvania’s beautiful rolling hills.
Take in the sights and sounds of Lancaster with a trip to Gallery Row, followed by a show at The Fulton Theatre, one of the nation’s oldest continually operating theatres.
View an original copy of the Bill of Rights and celebrate the historical traditions of America with interactive exhibits that bring the United States Constitution to life.
Get an authentic look at Amish life in PA Dutch Country with a guided tour of a one-room schoolhouse and Amish farmhouse from the 1840s.
Head to the heart of the Big Apple where you’re just a short walk from Madison Square Garden, the Empire State Building and Macy’s at Herald Square. Spend your day catching a show on Broadway, enjoying local cuisine, shopping in a trendy store, or just taking in the sights and sounds of the city.
See the historic landmark President Theodore Roosevelt called "the handsomest building I ever saw" and learn more about the art and architecture of the commonwealth as you browse paintings, stained glass and furnishings by some of the best artisans of the day.
Tour Lancaster Central Market, the nation’s oldest continuously operating farmer’s market, and get a taste of the famed foods of Lancaster County, from locally grown fruits and vegetables to scrapple and whoopie pies.
Climb aboard the Double Decker Big Bus and enjoy the history, cultural attractions, dining and shopping along the tour's 21 stops throughout Philadelphia.
Experience some of the most historic sites in the country with a tour of Independence Hall, the National Constitution Center and the Liberty Bell.
Visit one of the oldest centers of science education and development in the country, founded in honor of America’s first scientist, Benjamin Franklin.
Play the day away at Philadelphia's only casino, home to live entertainment, exceptional dining and gorgeous waterfront views.
Visit Central PA's premier center for arts, education, entertainment and cultural enrichment, located in the heart of downtown Harrisburg.
Get a closer look at George Washington's writing desk and Joe Frazier's championship boxing gloves in the Philadelphia History Museum's eight renovated galleries, located just steps from the Liberty Bell.