In Pennsylvania, there are few things bigger than Penn State. If you, like me, are not a native of Pennsylvania, it can be hard to fully comprehend its popularity, but there’s no denying that a very large percentage of the state breathes blue and white….
Set on a peaceful stretch of land on a ridgeline above Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, the Isett Heritage Museum, also known as the Isett Acres Museum, looks unremarkable from the outside. In fact, you could be forgiven for driving right past it, assuming it to be no…READ MORE
If you’ve driven anywhere around the State College area, you’ve no doubt seen the small billboards for Penn’s Cave and Wildlife Park. Located in Centre Hall, Pennsylvania, Penn’s Cave is one of nine show caves in the state. However, it is the only one that…READ MORE
The rural countryside of Huntingdon County is a bit of a strange place for a trolley museum. After all, trolleys used to run in large cities and out to their suburbs, but the closest trolley line to Rockhill, Pennsylvania, ran in Huntingdon, more than 20…READ MORE
When you think of State College, there’s a good chance that one thing comes to mind: Penn State football. And while the team is a big draw for the region, there are plenty of other great things to do in State College and the rest of…READ MORE
Billed as the world’s oldest automobile museum, the William E. Swigart, Jr. Automobile Museum (or Swigart Museum) is a bit different from many of the other automobile museums I’ve visited in Pennsylvania. Unlike many other museums, like the AACA Museum in Hershey, the Swigart Museum doesn’t…READ MORE