No matter where in America your students call home, part of Pennsylvania is theirs forever… our nation’s heritage. From Independence Hall in Philadelphia, to the battlefield at Gettysburg. From the Horseshoe Curve near Altoona, to the Underground Railroad on the north 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, this country’s heritage is preserved, revealed, recreated and waiting for students of history to discover. Plan a school trip to Pennsylvania to explore charming towns, Amish villages, Victorian manors, ornate theaters, historic architecture and world-renowned museums.