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Pennsylvania

Pennslyvania

Pennsylvania Dutch Country

Pennsylvania is one of the few places where industrialized, populated cities and a community that still functions without electricity coexist. Philadelphia, also known as “the city of Brotherly love”, is Pennsylvania’s largest city. Once the meeting place where our Founding Fathers laid the groundwork for the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, people now come to Philadelphia for its landmarks, a famous Philly cheese-steak and the Liberty Bell. Atrip to Pennsylvania would not be complete without stepping back in time and enjoying a slower, more peaceful pace in Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Learn how these farming people live without the modern day amenities many of us take for granted.

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Feature Tours include:

One Day Historic Philadelphia, Two-Three Day Penn Dutch & Gettysburg

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Highlights

  • Liberty Bell Center
  • Independence Hall
  • Congress Hall
  • US Mint
  • The Franklin
  • National Liberty Museum
  • National Constitution Center
  • Betsy Ross House
  • Franklin Court
  • Independence Seaport Museum
  • Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site
  • Mutter Museum of Medical Oddities
  • Valley Forge
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
  • The “Rocky Steps”
  • Philadelphia Zoo

Penn Dutch Country

  • Dutch Wonderland
  • Turkey Hill Experience
  • Hershey Park
  • Intercourse Pretzel Factory
  • Kitchen Kettle Village
  • Amish Farm & House Tour
  • Sight & Sound Theatre
  • Indian Echo Caverns
  • Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania

Gettysburg

  • National Military Park
  • Battlefield Tour
  • Eisenhower National Historic Site
  • Historic Gettysburg Walking Tour
  • American Civil War Wax Museum

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