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Car Shipping To and From Pennsylvania

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The State of Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is one of the most critical states in the nation due to its industry centers for coal, steel, and railroads. Pennsylvania is also home to some of the best universities in the world, including Pennsylvania State University. 

The state is also well known and visited for having extraordinary countryside and farmland. Philadelphia, one of the state’s major cities, holds the most important and famous independence history of the United States at multiple venues, statues, and memorials.

With so much to do around Pennsylvania, let’s see the top tourist attractions across the state.


The first and second Continental Congresses occurred in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania's capital, between 1774 and 1775. Due to this, the Declaration of Independence occurred, ultimately leading to the American Revolution.

The Delaware River crossing, the Battle of Brandywine, the Battle of Germantown, and the winter encampment at Valley Forge were only a few of the major conflicts and military events in the state of Pennsylvania.



Pennsylvanians have been making beer since the 1600s. Therefore, the state’s beer is unique and unmissable when visiting. Today, Pennsylvania is home to more than 440 craft breweries, which provide the best beers to make you enjoy and delight your taste with such unique varieties.

Top Tourist Attractions

  • Hershey, Pennsylvania 

Initially constructed in 1906 as a relaxation place for Hershey's employees, the park has since grown to draw tourists from all over the world. Hershey Park keeps growing and offers a variety of activities for people of all ages. The park has all the traditional family favorites, including a carousel, train, bumper cars, and Ferris wheel, in addition to child rides. Additionally, several water rides are ideal for a hot summer day, and more than a dozen thrilling roller coasters.

  •  Presque Isle State Park

Presque Isle State Park, one of the best recreational areas in Pennsylvania, is situated on a peninsula that extends into Lake Erie and forms Presque Isle Bay, a significant hub for trade and transportation. The park is open every day of the year and has a lot to offer, such as 11 kilometers of shoreline and several hiking paths.

  • Philadelphia Museum of Art

One of the biggest art collections in America is housed in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, a local landmark. The "Rocky" movies featured the museum's front stairs, with a magnificent view of Benjamin Franklin Parkway and the iconic City Hall tower from the top of these steps.

  • Eastern State Penitentiary

The Eastern State Penitentiary combines the old and modern, with industrial stone walls standing above blocks of stone representing a medieval castle rather than a jail. As magnificent as the structure itself is, which has remained essentially untouched since it was shut down in 1971, are the tales and legends surrounding this enormous institution. 

The building, which was constructed in 1829, is especially fascinating for photography because of its long hallways and ceilings.

  • Pennsylvania State Capitol

The State Capitol Complex in Harrisburg has operational government facilities and several tourist attractions. The Capitol Building is made of Vermont granite, and its entrance is protected by two bronze doors. The building's dome, which measures 52 million pounds and was modeled after Rome's Cathedral of St. Peter. You can enjoy tours of the Capitol Building by scheduling in advance.


Major Cities in Pennsylvania

  • Philadelphia

  • Pittsburgh

  • Harrisburg

  • Scranton 

  • Erie 

  • Allentown