Big Bus Company-Philadelphia

If you haven’t done much sightseeing in Philadelphia, this would be my number one recommendation of where to start!  With 27 stops at the most iconic and beloved sights in downtown and historic Philadelphia, you can be sure to cover it all in a short amount of time.  We…

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1852 Herr Family Homestead Tour

If you live in the western portion of Lancaster County and have children, you may have visited the Amos Herr Park which recently completed a major overhaul of their playground.  The recreational park also includes soccer fields, baseball diamonds, a pavilion, tennis, bocci, and volleyball courts.  What you may not…

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Amish Experience and Magic Lantern Show

Seriously…I couldn’t have a blog about travel in the Southeastern part of PA and not include a visit to something Amish-related.  Those of us that live in Lancaster County may not even consider visiting a destination to learn about the Amish, but for people who come from…

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Academy of Natural Sciences-Philadelphia

It’s practically a requirement of childhood that at some point you visit an academy of natural sciences.  All the realistic dioramas and dinosaur skeletons are sure to fascinate kids and peak their interest in animals and the natural world.  I decided to throw in a visit while we took…

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The Philadelphia Zoo

I have yet to meet a kid who doesn’t like animals, at least not enough to prevent them from enjoying a trip to the zoo!  The Philadelphia Zoo (formerly called Philadelphia Zoological Gardens) has the notable distinction of being the first zoo in America, founded in 1874.  Designed to…

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