If you’re ever in Pennsylvania, be sure to check out these seven attractions that are well worth visiting!
The 56th Carnegie International, scheduled to open at Carnegie Museum of Art in October 2013, will be organized by co-curators Daniel Baumann, Dan Byers, and Tina Kukielski. This is the first time in the International’s history that a curatorial team of three people will lead the exhibition.
Initiated by Andrew Carnegie in 1896 in Pittsburgh, and presented every three to five years at Carnegie Museum of Art, the Carnegie International is among the leading exhibitions of contemporary art worldwide. The International serves to present an American audience, especially that of Western Pennsylvania, with a broad and ambitious survey of the art of our time. With hundreds of works by artists from around the globe-including many commissioned specifically for the show-the 2013 International will be a catalyst for new ways to present, experience, and think about art.
Cruise through time with antique automobiles, buses, motorcycles and memorabilia in a themed setting that travels from New York to San Francisco over eight decades!
Changing exhibits and events always provide something new to see and interactive areas make it fun for all ages! Open daily, year-round from 9 am – 5 pm. Visit our website, AACAMuseum.org, for the most current happenings. The Antique Automobile Club of America is A World Class Automobile Experience, in association with the Smithsonian Institution.
Discover Gettysburg’s oldest operating winery! Free tasting of award-winning wines in a 130 year-old bank barn and a gift shop with a wide selection of wines and accessories. Bring a picnic or purchase picnic food here and eat in a serene farm setting. Home of the world-famous “Tears of Gettysburg” (TM) wine.
Free tours are available at the Farm Winery. Wine appreciation and home wine making classes. Civil War scenes and custom wine labels available.
With two locations – the Farm Winery in Orrtanna, open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and the Wine Shop in Gettysburg, 25 Chambersburg Street, open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday (closes every day at 6 p.m. from January to March) – you’re sure to find a location near you! For further information, call 717-334-4631 or visit www.adamscountywinery.com.
One of the best-kept secrets in the Northeast, Split Rock Resort is a 27-hole resort course with much to offer. Its majestic 585-yard 11th hole claims one of the most spectacular views in the entire Northeast. Championship black to ladies red, each starting tees offers a unique view of the fairway. The trees surrounding the course are abundant and positively burst with color in the fall. Split Rock Resort is a thinking man’s course and has to be played with a combination of strategy and power. Ravines, ponds, and bunker-lined fairways, along with the occasional deer or turkey, require the golfer to carefully measure their club choice. Making Split Rock Resort even more inviting are its greens fees, which also include a cart.
In the off-season, before Memorial Day and after Sept 17th, one can play 18 holes for $35 midweek and $45 weekend. Inseason the rates are $45 midweek and $65 on the weekends.
The National Civil War Museum is one of the largest museums in the world dedicated solely to the American Civil war. The Museum seeks to tell the whole story of this most troubled chapter in American history, while focusing on the issues, the people and the lives that were affected. The causes and ramifications of this conflict that divide a Nation are investigated; both Northern and Southern viewpoints are presented; and military as well as civilian perspectives are highlighted.
Discounts Offered: AAA Discount, Group Discount, Military Discount, Senior Citizen Discount, Student Discount
General Information: Dates Closed: All Federal Holidays except 4th of July, Memorial Day & Veterans Day, Hours: Seasonal: Labor Day – Mar. 31 Weds. – Sat. 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sun. & Holidays 12 – 5 p.m. (Closed Mon. & Tues.); Apr. 1 – Labor Day Mon. – Sat. 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sun. & Holidays 12 – 5 p.m.
Plan to spend the day at Penn’s Cave & Wildlife Park-America’s ONLY all-water Cavern & Wildlife Park! Step-down-underground to see breathtaking limestone formations during the fully-guided 50 min cavern tour, given ENTIRELY by boat!
On the separate 90 min fully-guided farm, nature & wildlife tour, ride in an open-air bus or tractor tram throughout some of the 1600 acres of the Penn’s Cave property to see native North American animals, including the mountain lion & timber wolves!
“Get lost” in the NEW 4,800 sq. ft. Prospector Pete’s Miners Maze-now open on the Maze Plaza!
Experience “nature’s rollercoaster” on the exciting NEW 2 1/2 hr. Jeep off-road “Cave Rock Mountain Tour” (age restrictions-this requires advance booking)!
Have fun shopping in the large gift shop, enjoy lunch in the Cave Cafe’ & pan for real gems at Prospector Pete’s Gemstone Panning.
In 2012, Peddler’s Village celebrates its 50th anniversary as the premier shopping and dining destination in Bucks County, PA. Follow the winding brick pathways of the colonial style village throughout 42 acres of award-winning gardens for a unique shopping and dining experience. Peddler’s Village has something for everyone, from 70 quality specialty shops and six restaurants to the 70-room Golden Plough Inn and Giggleberry Fair family entertainment center. Enjoy free seasonal festivals and year-round family events. Conference and meeting facilities available. Groups welcome. Free parking! For more information, please visit www.peddlersvillage.com or call 215-794-4000.