For over 100 years, the Pennsylvania Farm Show has been held annually in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The country’s largest indoor agricultural fair, at 24 acres in size, the PA Farm Show draws half a million visitors each January to learn more about the state’s agricultural industries….
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Thousands of tourists head to Lancaster, Pennsylvania every year to catch a glimpse and a taste of Amish Country. But those who stick to typical tourist destinations will miss out on the numerous things to do in Lancaster, PA that have nothing to do with…READ MORE
Located just outside of downtown Reading is one of Pennsylvania’s most surprisingly impressive museums: the Reading Public Museum. To be perfectly honest, when I decided to visit this Berks County museum, I really wasn’t expecting too much. However, what I found here really blew me…READ MORE
The snow is finally over, spring is here, the rains have started, and in Lancaster County it’s mud sale season! What are mud sales you ask? Mud sales are the popular events held on weekends during the spring, February through June, and fall, August through…READ MORE
It was a rainy spring evening in 1842 when author Charles Dickens’ carriage crossed the nearly mile long Old Camelback Covered Bridge and entered Harrisburg. This master wordsmith, who was never at a loss for adjectives, simply described the Susquehanna River as “beautiful” and had high praise…READ MORE
When you think of Pennsylvania history, the story of the state’s Native Americans isn’t likely the first thing to come to mind. However, throughout history, many different native groups spent time in the area that eventually became known as Pennsylvania. Of these groups, the Algonquians,…READ MORE