Pennsylvania features many amazing sites, but few are as geologically significant as the Triple Continental Divide in Potter County. Located near Gold, PA, north of Route 6, this area is the start of three major waterways: the Allegheny River, the Genesee River, and Pine Creek….
I’ve traveled all throughout Pennsylvania, and I’m not sure that I’ve visited many places that are seemingly more out of place than Columcille Megalith Park near Bangor, PA, in the very northern reaches of the Lehigh Valley. This privately-owned park features a series of large…READ MORE
Despite being a city of just over 300,000 people, Pittsburgh is home to many world-class museums. While many of these museums focus on beautiful art, world history, or even sports, Pittsburgh is also home to its share of odd and unique museums. The Center for…READ MORE
Every New Year’s Day since 1901, the Mummers Parade has been a staple of New Year’s Day in Philadelphia. From their elaborate costumes to their great pageantry and wonderful music, there’s a lot to love about this fantastic cultural event. If you’re planning to visit…READ MORE
Throughout my four years traveling PA, I’ve visited hundreds of amazing places and learned many amazing facts about Pennsylvania. I’ve compiled my favorite Pennsylvania facts below. While you might know some of them, I bet you’ll learn something new. Here are some of the most…READ MORE
19 Jul 21 Pictures that Prove that Eastern State Penitentiary is the Creepiest Place in PhiladelphiaHistory, Oddities, Philadelphia and its Suburbs | Jim Cheney
There’s no question that Eastern State Penitentiary is the creepiest place in Philadelphia. While there are other creepy spots (most notably the Mütter Museum and Fort Mifflin), nowhere comes close to the creepiness of this former prison. Opened in 1829 and not closed until 1971,…READ MORE