Things to do for Family Travelers in Pennsylvania 

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  • 1

    Bushkill Falls

    32 reviews

    Great spot for everyone. The falls are beautiful and admission is just a couple dollars. Many different trail to do ranging from 45 mins to 3 hours.

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    Hershey's Chocolate World

    32 reviews

    Hershey's Chocolate World is an entertaining candy-themed park that puts Willy Wonka to shame. This makes for a great stop on a tour through Pennsylvania's fun food attractions.

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  • 3

    Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark

    29 reviews

    Our grandchildren love this place. Pennsylvania's Biggest Waterpark!

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    28 reviews

    This is a super cute park, with plenty for the whole family to enjoy! It is a bit pricey if I remember correctly, but overall it's a fun place to spend a day with the kids.

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    Jack Frost Big Boulder Ski Area

    29 reviews

    Oldest PA's ski slopes & master snow makers! First to open in the season and last to close

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  • 6

    Liberty Bell

    60 reviews

    The Liberty Bell is such an American icon, a visit to Philadelphia wouldn't be complete without seeing it.

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    Please Touch Museum

    10 reviews

    This is a must see for toddlers. They can run around and do whatever they want. The tot supermarket is fun for kids. The museum moved to this location a few years ago. It is beautiful and was once the site of the world's fair.

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    The Crossings Premium Outlets

    26 reviews

    Good selection of stores but parking can be a challenge, especially during the holidays.

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  • 9

    Camelback Mountain Resort

    33 reviews

    Camelback is a great year round place to go. It is a great ski resort in the winter and a waterpark in the summer.

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    Camelback Ski Area

    10 reviews

    In my opinion it's the best place to ski in the Poconos. I haven't tried the snow tubing yet but I hear it's a blast.

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    Pocono Whitewater Adventures

    27 reviews

    Excellent white water rafting for all the family but do not forget the water cannon.

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  • 12

    Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium

    7 reviews

    Glad we have a zoo in Pittsburgh. We get the season pass, the kids can never get enough.

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    Philadelphia Museum of Art

    44 reviews

    Known as much for its steps as for the museum behind them, this is a great spot right near the river. If you make it past the Rocky impressions on the steps, there is a nice collection to discover.

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    Jim Thorpe River Adventures

    13 reviews

    Unbelievable fun and great for "fathers" to bond with their kids. Figure you're totally exhausted and the wives should have a beer ready for you when you arrive home. Tomorrow its your turn to golf.

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  • 15

    Franklin Institute

    15 reviews

    Great place to take kids (of all ages). A hands-on type of place! Something for everybody.

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  • 16

    H2Oooohh Indoor Waterpark

    13 reviews

    Lot's of fun for Kids and Adults, all year round.... Soak in a wave pool at 78 degrees while it snows outside!

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  • 17

    Shawnee Mountain Ski Area

    15 reviews

    Skiing at it's best.

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  • 18

    Pocono Raceway

    18 reviews

    Nascar races 2x per summer. Incy races have also recently come back to the area.

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    Gettysburg National Military Park

    19 reviews

    Gettysburg is a battlefield on a truly grand scale. During the three day battle in 1863 Union and Confederate troops fought one another north and south of the town, with the battle actually passing through the town, itself (and remarkable killing only one civilian). The main sites to see are Seminary Ridge, Cemetery Ridge, Little Round Top, Culps Hill and ...

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  • 20

    Idlewild and SoakZone

    5 reviews

    Old fashioned fun! If you have kids coming to the Lodge, set a day aside in your itinerary to visit this timeless amusement park.

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