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No matter where in America you call home, there is a part of Pennsylvaniathat is yours forever - our heritage. From Independence Hall in Philadelphia, to the battlefield at Gettysburg. From the Horseshoe Curve near Altoona, to the Underground Railroad on our side of the Mason-Dixon line. From the coal miners' village of Eckely, to the recreated cities of Pittsburgh and Bethlehem. In all of these places and many more, your heritage is preserved, revealed, recreated, and waiting for you to discover. This history gave rise to charming towns, Amish villages, Victorian manors, ornate theaters, historic architecture, and world-renowned museums.
A Dash of Heritage with a Pinch of Flair. Many people are drawn to Lancaster County for the Amish community, but soon discover and enjoy all the other things to see and do when they visit Pennsylvania Dutch Country.
Hershey Park, PA
With so many great things to see and do, Hershey park is a popular attraction. Ride the coasters and water rides. Plan on getting wet! There are several drenching water rides.
Gettysburg and Adams County offer year-round history and fun. Plan a trip and spark your own Gettysburg Passion. Tour the Gettysburg National Military Park on horseback or Segway. Experience the restored Cyclorama Painting. Walk in the steps of President Abraham Lincoln. And so much more.
I found Four Winds Tours by just doing a simple google search of educational tours in Nova Scotia. They were efficient and made sure to tailor every aspect of the tour to my specific needs. As a historian of the African American experience, I was taking my students on a trip that learned about the Black Loyalists in Nova Scotia. But after talking with Veena and Max at Four Winds, my trip became so much more. They scheduled a trip to the Black Cultural Center and Africville. It was also...
--Dr Kami Fletcher
Delaware State University, Nova Scotia 2016 Trip, July 2016