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The former epicenter of British Colonial Empire in America, Pennsylvania is a state that bedazzles everyone with its profound Revolutionary War-era heritage and traditional Christian Church fellowships. It has also played host to the formative years of Industrial evolution of the country and is now visited by thousands of visitors every year for its superb winter sports and other outdoor facilities. It is home to the country’s oldest brewery (Yuengling), the nation’s first zoo (the Philadelphia Zoo) and the world’s only building dedicated to the eminent magician Houdini (Houdini Museum)- plus all 121 state parks in Pennsylvania feature free admission. Its capital is Harrisburg.

Independence National Historical Park

Nicknamed ‘America's most historic square mile’, the Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) is home to several sites related to the American Revolution and America’s founding history. The most significant of them these iconic sites is the Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was signed and the country’s constitution was adopted in the late 18th century. Other attractions here include the Liberty Bell (the symbol of American independence), the First Bank of the United States, the Second Bank of the United States and a former site of the President's House.

Philadelphia Museum of Art

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is an art museum originally chartered in 1876. It is home to one of America's largest collections of art that amounts to over 240000 artworks of European, American and Asian origin. It is flanked by a Perelman Building, which is another paradise for art lovers. It is home to over 150000 prints, drawings and photographs, plus 30000 costume and textile pieces and over 1000 modern and contemporary design objects like furniture, ceramics and glasswork.

Hersheypark (formerly known as Hershey Park)

Hersheypark is a chocolate-themed park offering rides, kids' activities, dining and live shows in Hershey, Pennsylvania. This hundred year old park assumes a chocolate based theme because it is located in Hershey, a town famous for chocolates. You should visit here for its 90 acres of rides and kids entertainment features that are spread through a full spectrum of roller coasters and aquatic shows. It is built into six themed areas that offer total 70 rides for all age-groups.