Things To Do in Pennsylvania

Pittsburgh Pirates – Up to 33% Off Game

Pittsburgh Pirates

PNC Park

$20 $14

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The Pirates continue to follow a historic 2013 campaign with a record that could see them in the playoffs yet again

Up to 50% Off Go-Kart Racing

Lehigh Valley Grand Prix, LLC

Southside

$35 $18

Sodi GT5 Proline karts capable of going 50 miles per hour whip around a quarter-mile racetrack with 11 turns

Up to 47% Off at Safari Niagara

Safari Niagara

Fort Erie

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Conservationists lead educational tours and perform in interactive shows with native and exotic animals

Up to 56% Off River Tubing with Reading Rivertribe

Reading Rivertribe

Reading

$20 $10

Up to eight tubers take a 2.5-mile float down the Schuylkill River

Art Garfunkel – Up to 51% Off

Art Garfunkel

Sands Bethlehem Event Center

$47 $24

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Evening with the legendary singer features acoustic solo performances of greatest hits

Sesame Place – Half Off Admission

Sesame Place

Langhorne

$67.41 $34

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Rides, live entertainment, and meet-and-greets featuring beloved "Sesame Street" characters

Up to 51% Off EPL Club Soccer ID Camp

US Soccer Resume

Conshohocken

$99 $55

Coaching Staff of Premier League team West Bromwich Albion lead professional-level two hour day camps for kids ages 8–16

Up to 60% Off Short-Track Racing Experiences

Rusty Wallace Racing Experience

Evergreen Raceway Park

$99 $49

Professional drivers sate passengers' need for speed in stock cars during exciting ride-alongs and racing experiences

Up to 55% Off Pennsylvania Spartan Sprint

Pennsylvania Spartan Sprint

Lower Towamensing

$110 $49

Strength, stamina, and resolve are tested by obstacles ranging from climbing walls to muddy landscapes

Up to 53% Off Canopy Tour

Spring Mountain Adventures

Upper Salford

$95 $47

For 2–3 hours, groups soar on zip lines, rappel down trees, and navigate rope challenges and bridges high above the forest floor

43% Off Visit for Two or Four to Hershey Gardens

Hershey Gardens

Hershey

$21 $12

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Seasonal blooms, rare trees, butterflies, and a Children's Garden fill 23 acres of gardens started by Milton Hershey

Up to 51% Off a Zipline and Challenge-Course Package

The Adventure Center at Skytop Lodge

Adventure Center

$80 $39

Perched up to 50 feet above the ground, adventurers run through a 3,000-foot obstacle course complete with zipline rides

Up to 52% Off Tubing on the Delaware River

Bucks County River Country, Inc.

Point Pleasant Bucks County

$22 $11

Drift past wildlife and cliffs along the shallow, relaxing Delaware River aboard custom-manufactured tubes

45% Off Entry to The Dirty Dash

The Dirty Dash

Philadelphia

$55 $30

Runners navigate muddy obstacles in an un-timed race that focuses on fun, instead of competition

45% Off Entry to The Dirty Dash

The Dirty Dash

Philadelphia

$55 $30

Runners navigate muddy obstacles in an un-timed race that focuses on fun, instead of competition

Up to 54% Off Tours at Kreider Farms

Kreider Farms

Kreider Farms

$38 $19

90-minute tour provides a close look at the farm's massive loafing barn and high-tech carousel used for milking cows

53% Off at The Briar Rose Bed and Breakfast

The Briar Rose Bed and Breakfast

The Briar Rose Bed and Breakfast Inn

$210 $99

A building constructed in 1887 now houses a charming B&B with a sprawling backyard garden and a hot tub in the mountains of central PA

Up to 59% Off Golf at Old York Country Club

Old York Country Club

Chesterfield

$150 $75

18 holes designed by Gary Player with native grass and 75 feet of elevation changes; 1-day membership with access to locker room and dining

51% Off Girl Power and Boy Power Summer Camp

Valley Athletics

Easton

$200 $99

Girls learn cheer and tumble, and enjoy yoga and spa time; boys compete in dodgeball tournaments and mini-mudder obstacle courses

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Step foot onto the lush landscaped grounds of the Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion, and you're instantly transported to the Victorian era—a time when ladies toted lacy parasols, gentlemen sported tall silk hats, and children played with coal-powered Game Boys. Beyond the stately mansion's immaculately manicured lawns and brick façade lie 17 restored rooms, replete with lavish Rococo and Renaissance revival furnishings, elaborate ceiling designs, and Victorian-era appliances such as cast-iron stoves and gas-lit chandeliers.

This museum of Victorian architecture and culture hosts weekly tours, as well as a monthly Upstairs Downstairs tour that explores the lives and challenges of women in Victorian-era Philadelphia. The mansion also stages theater performances throughout the year, featuring the works of Victorian-era greats including Charles Dickens, Bram Stoker, and Louisa May Alcott.

200 W Tulpehocken St
Philadelphia,
PA
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Dominique Ponko sits at the head of the class, leading yogis through muscle-lengthening postures with the steady flow of her deep, rhythmic inhales and exhales. It’s been a long journey for Dominique. She first sought out yoga at the age of 26 to help her cope with life-threatening seizures and a slow-growing brain tumor. Yoga comforted her through three difficult years, welcoming her into a space for healing spiritually before she was able to find the proper medicine to help her heal physically. Though still a little shaky, Dominique has triumphed and opened four yoga studios—voted Best of the ‘Burgh in 2010—to inspire her students to ease their ailments, build strength, and find inner peace.

During her studio's heated Vinyasa-flow classes, an enthusiastic and supportive instructor guides students through a series of strengthening postures that work to increase flexibility and build muscles. Warm, balmy air courses through the studio, pricking beads of sweat on brows to help detox bodies and loosen stiff muscles into deep, soothing stretches.

1748 N Highland Rd
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Liberty Travel of Newton, MA is the dream fulfillment business. Whether you are looking to share the magic with your family at Walt Disney World Resorts or plan your Honeymoon traveling through South East Asia we are here for you.

821 Beacon St
Newton Center,
MA
US

Erie’s first and only power-yoga studio, yogaErie was voted Best Yoga Studio in 2010 by Erie Times-News readers. Taught by registered or certified instructors in a room heated to a gentle 85 degrees, most of the classes on the schedule are fit for all levels of experience, from the twistable-as-taffy to the first timer. The studio’s basic class focuses on building a strong yoga foundation, so yoga architects can develop a solid base of skyscraping poses. Throughout the class, students focus on their breath, alignment, and the mental and physical strength needed to box up unnecessary burdens and heave them out a window. In the all-levels classes, an instructor leads a power flow that offers both modifications and challenges so practitioners can pull back, push forward, or slide sideways as needed. Gentle directional lighting throughout the space fosters a warm glow on the walls that mysteriously attaches to the faces of students and continues to glow long after class has concluded.

2560 W 8th St
Erie,
PA
US

Lackawanna River Heritage Trail's picnicking spot. The University of Scranton's hallowed halls. The Hill Section's architectural marvels. Touring these popular sites on foot would take hours, but Segway of Scranton offers sightseers a more efficient way to pound the pavement. Sensitive to the body's movements, the two-wheeled segway speeds up and slows down based on how its helmeted rider shifts and can reach speeds of up to 12.5 miles per hour. The vehicles glide collectively on guided tours that pass filming locations for The Office, navigate Nay Aug Park's paths, and head to tranquil spots such as quarry outlooks. Along with conducting group tours, Segway of Scranton rents its rides for self-guided excursions, corporate events, or private get-togethers.

Scranton
Scranton,
PA
US

The Chilly Dog's fast-fare fabricators pack fresh ingredients into a fully functional lineup of specialty sandwiches. Tubular meat titans festoon 100 percent all-beef Sabrett frankfurters with chili, cheese, and onions ($2), filling gullets with the tastiest molten meal since the fortuitous eruption of Mount Tapioca. Lunch quests can pit intrepid diners against formidable sandwich behemoths that include the Reuben, a heap of corned beef, russian dressing, and swiss cheese tangled in sauerkraut ($7) that can also shapeshift into a Reuben hot dog ($2). Years of python-impersonation classes finally pay off as jaws unhinge to accommodate the girthy gooiness of tuna-melt grinders ($6). Duos or foursomes can also sink incisors into smaller bites of barbecue pork sliders ($5), which land on tables alongside fresh coleslaw and a choice of soft drink.

92 E Broad St
Bethlehem,
PA
US