Andy Warhol Museum

This museum holds an extensive permanent collection of art and archives from the Pittsburgh-born pop art icon Andy Warhol. It is located in an 88,000-square-foot facility on seven floors. Containing 17 galleries, it features 900 paintings, 2,000 works on paper, over 1,000 published unique prints, 77 sculptures, 4,000 photographs, and over 4,350 Warhol films and videotaped works.

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Barnes Foundation

The Barnes Foundation is an art collection and educational institution promoting the appreciation of art and horticulture. The foundation owns more than 4,000 objects, including over 900 paintings, estimated to be worth about $25 billion.

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Bucks County

Founded in 1682 by William Penn, Bucks County has had a long and distinguished history. Penn named the county after Buckinghamshire, the Penn family home in England. Bucks County is famous nationwide for its historic sites, including the Mercer Museum, Washington Crossing Historic Park, Pennsbury Manor, and Pearl S. Buck House.

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Fallingwater

Fallingwater is a house designed in 1935 by renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright (1867-1959). It is one of Wright’s most widely acclaimed works and best exemplifies his philosophy of organic architecture: the harmonious union of art and nature.

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Franklin Institute

As the most visited museum in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and a top-five tourist destination in the City of Philadelphia, At over 193 years old, the Franklin Institute is one of the leading science centers in the country, and serves as both a prominent educational and cultural resource, and as an anchor of the local economy.

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Gettysburg

A decisive and bloody Civil War battle took place in Gettysburg in 1863 – consequently the town is home to a treasure trove of military history. The Gettysburg National Military Park covers an enormous area that you can explore along 40 miles of scenic roads dotted with over 1,000 monuments and cannon.

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Harrisburg

You can start your visit to Harrisburg on a high note as you tour the impressive Pennsylvania State Capitol, an imposing building which dates back to 1902. Other gracious and historic buildings you can add to your itinerary include the John Harris-Simon Cameron Mansion and the Fort Hunter Mansion and Park. Harrisburg has a lot to offer the inquisitive tourist.

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Hershey

Hershey is proudly home to America’s favorite chocolate, and thanks to the innovative ideas of chocolate magnate Milton S. Hershey, the town boasts a long string of attractions for visitors. Jump right in by visiting Hershey’s Chocolate World, where the historic Chocolate Trolley will take you on a tour to see how their world-famous chocolate is made.

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Independence Hall

Construction of the Pennsylvania State House, which came to be known as Independence Hall, began in 1732. It is, by every estimate, the birthplace of the United States. This is a Must-See for anyone interested in the history of our country.

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Lancaster

Visit Pennsylvania Dutch Country in Lancaster PA & experience authentic Lancaster County Amish, and the best Dutch Country attractions, shopping, dining & lodging. In Lancaster City you will find historic buildings and monuments comfortably co-existing with a thriving modern arts scene, good museums, and great shopping and dining.

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Longwood Gardens

When you’re at Longwood Gardens, it’s easy to imagine that you’re at a giant, royal garden in Europe. Stroll along the many paths through acres of exquisitely maintained grounds featuring 11,000 different types of plants. Encounter a new vista at each turn: the Italian Water Garden, Flower Garden Walk, aquatic display gardens and many others.

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Philadelphia

You can plan on spending every moment on the move when you visit Philadelphia, where an almost endless list of attractions and activities vie for your attention. Buying a Philadelphia Pass just down the road from the famous Liberty Bell will give you access to more than 30 city attractions.

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Philadelphia Museum Of Art

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is an art museum originally chartered in 1876 for the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. The main museum building was completed in 1928 on Fairmount, a hill located at the northwest end of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway at Eakins Oval. The museum administers collections containing over 240,000 objects including major holdings of European, American and Asian origin.

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Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh is literally bursting at the seams with attractions to please all ages. You can spend days exploring the many wonderful museums in the city, starting with the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall, and the Carnegie Science Center. Art lovers will find themselves drawn to the Andy Warhol Museum, the Carnegie Museum of Art, and the very unusual Mattress Factory, which showcases contemporary art.

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Rodin Museum

The repository of the largest collection of works by Auguste Rodin outside of Paris features treasures such as The Gates of Hell and a bronze caste of The Thinker. All told, you’ll find more than 120 of the French master’s sculptures here, as well as a fascinating collection of drawings, paintings and studies. The surrounding gardens are also a great place to find artistic inspiration.

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Valley Forge

In the winter of 1777 to 1778, the Continental Army fighting in the American Revolution wintered at Valley Forge. The historic park, run by the National Park Service, covers 3,500 acres and provides walking and trolley tours of the extensive encampment. More than just a historic site, the park has miles of trails which can be used all year round by hikers, joggers, cyclists, dog walkers, and equestrians.

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