Here you'll find a hands on discovery center for children & adults.
Roomy, crayon-centric warehouse with colorful kid-friendly activities, events, a cafe & a store.
The Da Vinci Center is a discovery center for learning with hands on exhibits.
The Da Vinci Science Center (DSC) is a national award-winning nonprofit organization that has brought science to life and lives to science since 1992.
This attraction is a combination Zoo and wilderness tour, set aside for recreation and education. Discover a variety of exotic animals on over 1,500 acres. Enjoy the picturesque countryside as you experience a unique collections of animals and birds from around the world.
You can enjoy two great parks for one low price and 100% pure fun and excitement for the entire family. They have world-class roller coaster and top-rated water slides. There's a giant wave pool, a wild whitewater raft ride and dozens of rides just for kids. Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom are perfect for fun-lovers of all ages!
Have fun riding the trains of the Hawk Mountain line. You will ride through some of the prettiest scenery Pennsylvania has to offer. All rides are round trip, leaving from Kempton Station, rain or shine. Steam train trips take about 40 minutes and cover 6 miles altogether, while trolley trips last about 35 minutes and cover 9 miles.
Hawk Mountain Sanctuary is a 2,380-acre nature preserve straddling the Kittatinny Ridge in Eastern Pennsylvania. Summit trails offers breathtaking scenery of the Central Appalachian Mountains.
The Sanctuary is the United States best observation point for the fall migration of birds of prey. Between August 15th and December 15th an average of 20,000 hawks, eagles and falcons migrate over the North Lookout.
Famous Crystal Cave Park is the most popular natural attraction in Pa. This great underground wonder, located near Kutztown, has been visited by millions of people since it was discovered in 1871.
Just the sight of covered bridges suggests thoughts of old charm and romance. In Lehigh Valley, seven of the slightly more than 200 covered bridges in Pennsylvania are still standing and welcome visitors. Five of these, which are open for traffic, often are taken for granted when crossed by busy travelers every day. The Lehigh Valley Covered Bridge Tour offers an opportunity to journey back in time to a quieter, more idyllic way of life.The Lehigh Valley Covered Bridge Tour is approximately 50 miles long. Plan to spend several hours for a leisurely drive, which includes time to snap photos and enjoy the scenic beauty surrounding the bridges. There are plenty of spots to stop for a picnic or hike, or just relax and listen to the running water. The route is marked with red signs on the side of the road.
The Lehigh Valley Wine Trail is a non-profit organization of nine wineries whose mission is to promote agri-tourism and to create a premier wine destination and grape-growing region while promoting Pennsylvania wines from the region.
The Poconos offer amazing outdoor recreation opportunities including hiking, fishing, boating, water parks, and family play parks
Lancaster County is the heart of the Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Tour the Amish county, Visit working Amish farms, and enjoy a buggy ride through the countryside. Great Pennsylvania dutch restaurants, farmers markets, and lots of shopping.
One of the most historic cities in America, Philadelphia is a perfect place to visit. Filled with history be sure to see the Liberty Bell , Independence Hall, The Franklin Institute, and the many art museums including the Rodin Museum. Make sure to try a classic Philly Cheese Steak while visiting!
Located in Hershey, Pa featuring over 60 rides, family entertainment. Part of Hershey Parks experience is Zoo America an 11 acre walk through Zoo. Hershey Chocolate World with tours, 3d show, and Hershey Factory.
The nation’s only theme park based entirely on Sesame Street®. So before little kids become big kids, bring the entire family to whirl on rides, splash down slides and hug everyone’s favorite furry friends.