Virtue, Liberty and independence
PA tourist information
Make sure you visit the following places
- Franklin Institute Science Museum
- Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts Museum
- Philadelphia Museum of Art
Make sure you have an appetite and stop by these iconic Philly cheese steak restaurants
- Geno's Steaks- open 24 hours a day and 7 seven days a week, they are located 1219 S. 9th Street,
- Tony Luke's- Located at 39 E. Oregon Avenue
Hershey has rides, Chocolate, aquatics and shows. They have been open since 1906.
Franklin Institute Science Museum
Giant Heart display
The city of Phildelphia
Philly is the largest city.
Independence hall is where the Declaration of Independence and constitution were signed.
Animal Tales…A Zoo Adventure For Preschool & Kindergarten At ZooAmerica
Tuesday, March 1st, 9:30am-3pm
100 Hersheypark Drive
Join us for this fascinating program at ZooAmerica, just for preschool children ages 3 and 4, and kindergarten children age 5. Animal Tales takes place Tuesdays for 4 consecutive weeks and includes:
- An animal-friendly story
- Craft activity
- Short zoo walk
- Special meeting with a different animal each week.
* Member: $25.00 / Non-Member: $30.00 per session or Member: $75.00 / Non-Member: $95.00 (All sessions)
It'a an awesome place to go with your family.
A Historic place here in PA
A fun place to go with your friends and family
A great vacation spot
a beautiful city with lot's of attractions such as Carnegie Museum of Natural History, the Carnegie Museum of Art and the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
A wonderful museum filled with science, animal life, plant life and more
A amusement park in Lancaster
The Liberty Bell
A symbol of American independence
Beautiful botanical gardens on the inside and outside, a great place for weddings and a family outing
The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were debated here
Citizens Bank park
This is where the Phillies play
The capital of the U.S. PA