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“Proclaim LIBERTY Throughout the Land unto all the Inhabitants Thereof”. This biblical reference was cast into the Liberty Bell, which to this day hangs in Pennsylvania.
No visit to Pennsylvania would be complete without a visit to Independence National Historical Park. The park is not only a National Park but a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 
Take a tour of Gettysburg National Military Park and learn about the bloodiest battle of the Civil War. 
Indeed, Pennsylvania is steeped in United States history. As one of the original thirteen colonies, it was here the Declaration of Independence and later the US Constitution were signed. Here Gettysburg was fought and President Abraham Lincoln gave his Gettysburg address.
It was 1776, in Independence Hall, when the Declaration of Independence was signed.  One of the Founding Fathers, Benjamin Rush of Philadelphia, wrote of being called to sign “what was believed by many at that time to be our death warrants.” Then on September 17, 1787 the Constitution was also signed in the Assembly Room of the Pennsylvania State House (now known as Independence Hall). 
With a land area of 44,742 square miles, Pennsylvania is the 33rd largest state and 5th most populous, with an estimated population of 12.8 million in 2019.  Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania but the capital sits in Harrisburg, the 13th largest city in Pennsylvania. 
With 19 National Parks, 7 National Heritage Areas and 121 State Parks, Pennsylvania is a nature lover’s paradise. Inside the 160,000 acre Tioga State Forest you find the 47 mile Pine Creek Gorge. This gorge was designated a World Heritage Site in 1968.
In the Laurel Highlands region alone, you will find 8 state and 5 national parks. All 121 state parks in Pennsylvania feature free admission. 
Go kayaking, hiking, mountain biking or camping. Take city, historic or ghost tours. Try the hop-on hop-off bus tour of Philadelphia or head to Lancaster for the Craft Beer Walk.
If you’re not a history or nature lover, get your adrenaline pumping by driving around NASCAR’s Pocono Raceway. With over 100 rides and roller coasters, Waldameer Park and Water World should get your blood pumping.
Have a sweet tooth? Not only is Pennsylvania home to Hershey’s Chocolate World but you can tour the 8 different chocolate factories in the state.
Slow the pace right down and visit the Amish community in Lancaster County. Learn about Amish and Mennonite history. Take a buggy ride or visit an Amish village.
Visit the quaint town of New Hope in Buck’s County. Here you can stroll along the Delaware Canal, take a steam train ride or enjoy the lively arts scene.
Head over to Pittsburg where you can visit the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical gardens, the Andy Warhol Museum or the Pittsburg Zoo. Have a day out at the National Aviary or Carnegie Science Centre.
As Pennsylvania’s largest city, Philadelphia is home to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Here you will find; the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Franklin Institute, the Barnes Foundation, Academy of Natural Sciences and Rodin Museum. Don’t leave without trying the famous Philly cheesesteak.
From big city lights to eclectic shopping in quant little towns, adrenaline fueled sports to a walk through history, there is something to please everyone in Pennsylvania.
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 WIKIPEDIA CONTRIBUTORS (12/13/2020). Pennsylvania. Wikipedia. Retrieved 12/12/2020. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pennsylvania
 National Constitution Centre (N.D.). Constitution FAQs. Constitutioncentre.org. Retrieved 12/14/2020. https://constitutioncenter.org/learn/educational-resources/constitution-faqs#:~:text=The%20Constitution%20was%20written%20and%20signed%20in%20Philadelphia%20in%20the,now%20known%20as%20Independence%20Hall.
 US Census Bureau (2019). QuickFacts Pennsylvania. Census.gov. Retrieved 12/14/2020. https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/PA
 WIKIPEDIA CONTRIBUTORS (6/26/2020). List of Pennsylvania State parks. Wikipedia. Retrieved 12/14/2020. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Pennsylvania_state_parks