Explore Pennsylvania History and Pennsylvania National Landmarks
Visit Pennsylvania National Landmarks and explore fascinating history and legends.
Introduce your family to your roots where generations of immigrants from all over the world have built unique Pennsylvania Colony History and heroic events that have created Pennsylvania nickname "The Keystone State".
Take your time exploring the Pennsylvania Mountains and discover a lot of Pennsylvania History that is hard to find in the history books.
Allow me to guide you through the Allegheny Mountains Historical Sites, Legends, and Pennsylvania National Landmarks. Many of these landmarks are rarely found by tourists.
Enjoy fine dining at the Historic Jean Bonnet Tavern. Take a step back in time and experience this Pennsylvania Colonial History dates from the 1700s. This popular tavern was once a French Fort and well known for it's ghostly tales.
Known as the Jewel Of Pennsylvania the PA Grand Canyon
a National Natural Landmark offers a unique family get-away.
I'll bet you'll be surprised to know that Kennywood Park
was declared a National Landmark in 1987
This list is just the beginning of the Pennsylvania History I want to share with you. You'll learn all about the Pennsylvania Colony History, the Pennsylvania Railroad, and how immigrants from all over the world settled in the Pennsylvania Mountains.
I'll be adding more Pennsylvania Attractions as my time permits. In the meantime, read the pages and learn the history behind these Pennsylvania National Landmarks before you travel through the mountains. You'll quickly discover once your start exploring many regions actually date back to times when the area was nothing more than a frontier land.
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As you explore the Allegheny Mountains you will notice there are many Pennsylvania National Landmarks that no longer exist. Like The Famous Ship Hotel, located on the Historic Lincoln Highway. People from all over the country would travel to see the famous view and spend the night located at one of the highest Pennsylvania Mountain peaks. You can still visit the site the famous ship stood on. The view alone is worth the trip.
The famous Pennsylvania Railroad is now the Norfolk Southern Railroad. When you visit Altoona, PA you can still see the old shops and railroad tracks. Visit the Railroaders Memorial Museum and interact in the history of Altoona and surrounding areas. You can visit many PA Memorials
and learn the Pennsylvania History while your family interacts with the many Pennsylvania Museums and Memorials.
Give your family a vacation that will not only entertain them but will also educate them about the Pennsylvania Railroad and how it all connects to the history of the United States. They'll be having so much fun they won't even suspect they're getting and education.