When you think of museums in Scranton, it’s likely that the city’s great transportation and coal mining history are what first come to mind. However, sitting in a corner of Scranton’s Nay Aug Park is one of eastern Pennsylvania’s most underrated museums: The Everhart Museum….
When you think of beautifully-crafted, hand-made violins, the city of York, Pennsylvania, probably isn’t the first place that comes to mind. That is, of course, unless you are a string musician looking for some of the world’s highest quality instruments. In that case, there is…READ MORE
Located on the outskirts of the northwestern Pennsylvania city of Meadville is one of the oddest things I’ve seen in the state: the PennDOT Road Sign Sculpture Garden. Officially named “Read Between the Signs,” this 1200-foot long wall follows along the fencing of the Crawford…READ MORE
Stand outside of Randyland and you might think that it’s a quirky art project and a great way to fix up a once-dilapidated house. However, when I asked owner and creator Randy Gilson what Randyland was, he responded with a very simple answer: “Randyland is…READ MORE
I’ve been to a lot of different art museums in Pennsylvania. Many of these grand institutions are held in buildings of equal grandeur. Buildings that seem like they could be tourist attractions unto themselves and feel equal to the majestic stylings of their impressive collections. The Brandywine…READ MORE
Pennsylvania is a state known for its historical superlatives. Whether it’s being home to the first US Capitol, the first oil boom in the world, or the oldest brewery in America, there’s a lot of history to be uncovered around the state. However, Pennsylvania is…READ MORE