Of all the Founding Fathers that strolled the 18th-century streets of Philadelphia, none is more synonymous with the city than Benjamin Franklin. Born in Boston, Franklin came to Philly at the age of 17 and considered it his home for the rest of his life….
Hall of Fame museums are quite common for American sports. Whether it’s the Baseball Hall of Fame, the Football Hall of Fame, or even the Billiards Hall of Fame, there’s a sports hall of fame for everyone. But did you know that Pennsylvania is home…READ MORE
I’m not much of a car guy. For me, a car is simply a way to get from point A to point B. Nothing more. However, whenever I see an antique car driving down the road, I instantly turn my head. There’s nothing like seeing…READ MORE
Long before my first visit to Erie, I was told many times that I had to visit Presque Isle. With more than four million visitors each year, Presque Isle is Pennsylvania’s most visited state park and receives more visitors than many famous national parks. Located entirely…READ MORE
I’ve been to many different county and city historical society museums throughout the state, and the Somerset Historical Center has to be one of the most unique. Unlike the others, the Somerset Historical Center doesn’t really focus on the county’s important events or tell the story…READ MORE
I’m not going to lie. When I heard that the tiny town of Eldred, Pennsylvania, had a World War II museum, I really wasn’t expecting much. I figured that it would probably have a few keepsakes from local soldiers and maybe even a few souvenirs…READ MORE