Welcome visitor can you Log In or Create an Account

Call us now: +5999 6637989

100 Best Things to Do in Pennsylvania 13/20

From date nights to outdoor adventures to family fun, Pennsylvania is a wildly diverse state that offers an extensive range of awesome things to do.



61. Cherry Crest Adventure Farm [Ronks]

Cherry Crest has a giant corn maze, wagon rides, animals, and plenty to eat. Bring the kids and spend a day down on the farm. They offer 50 activities to keep you busy all day.


62. Laurel Caverns Park [Hopwood/Farmington]

Laurel Caverns is a natural sandstone cave with three miles of tunnels to explore. The have general guided tours as well as more intense spelunking and caving excursions. A general tour will take about 90 minutes while a more intense excursion could take a bit longer, but take in the scenery because it’s beautiful inside the cave and out.


63. Conflict Kitchen [Pittsburgh]

Located near the main campus of the University of Pittsburgh, Conflict Kitchen specializes in preparing and selling food from the places that the US is currently in conflict with. The menu changes frequently so carve out an hour or so to stop by and make sure you catch the current version.


64. Roadside America [Hillsboro]

Offering a 6,000 square foot miniature railroad display, Roadside America is like a tiny trip through history. Founded in 1935, this attraction has been going strong for around 80 years. It takes about an hour to fully explore all the details the models have to offer.


65. North Shore [Pittsburgh]

The North Shore is home to two of Pittsburgh’s sports stadiums as well as the Carnegie Science Center, Rivers Casino, an outdoor concert venues. Walk or ride you bike along the river and take in the view of the Point State Park fountain and Mount Washington from a different angle, then stop to rest you feet at the water steps before eating at one of the many restaurants offered here. You could spend anywhere from 2-4 hours here exploring, eating, or just hanging out.



No votes yet