There’s little doubt that the city of York is one of the most historic places in Pennsylvania. From its founding over 250 years ago, it has been an important cog in the development of the state of Pennsylvania and the founding of the United States….
Pennsylvania is home to many great museums related to the region’s transportation history. Whether you want to know about automobiles, airplanes, trains, or trolleys, there are several great museums about each that tell the story of their history. However, if you want to learn about…READ MORE
Union County might be one of the smallest counties in Pennsylvania, but it is home to five great covered bridges. Unlike some counties, the covered bridges in Union County are each very unique and offer some interesting curiosities. If you love covered bridges, you won’t…READ MORE
Pennsylvania is home to many of the most amazing man-made structures in the United States. I recently covered the 7 Natural Wonders of Pennsylvania, and today am going to list what I believe to be the 7 Man-Made Wonders of Pennsylvania. The criteria for this…READ MORE
Located just north of Philadelphia is Bryn Athyn. While some parts of this Montgomery County community look like any other Philly suburb, that certainly isn’t the case on a hill in the southwestern corner of the borough. Here, two large castle-like buildings sit next to…READ MORE
If you’re ever driven along Interstate 81 in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, there’s no doubt that you’ve noticed the collection of military tanks and airplanes sitting next to the highway. These vehicles are part of the display at the U.S. Army Heritage Center in Carlisle, one…READ MORE