From the edge of Lake Erie to the northeast mountains, from turn-of-the-century Dutch Country to metropolitan Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a tourism gem. Visit the Alleghenies in central Pennsylvania, where you’ll come across quaint Victorian towns, covered bridges, historic sites and endless antiquing opportunities. If outdoor recreation is more your style, visit the Pennsylvania Wilds which offers incredible hiking, cycling, whitewater rafting and fishing at attractions like the Pine Creek Gorge and Cherry Springs State Park.
In the Dutch Country, you’ll find factory shopping outlets and the chocolate capital of the world, Hershey, and Hersheypark, a giant amusement park. Dutch Country is also home to a large Amish community in Lancaster County.