The Pennsylvania Visitors Network is a guide for tourism, travel, lodging, real estate and more, organized by topic, region, towns, counties and geography in PENNSYLVANIA, the Keystone State.
PHILADELPHIA AND THE LEHIGH VALLEY, PA
Here the Pennsylvania Visitors Network highlights the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia as well as the surrounding countryside. Philadelphia is the home of the writing of the Declaration of Independence, the US Constitution, the Eagles, the Phillies and Flyers. It boasts a zoo, loads of history and lots of shopping. Bethlehem at Christmastime is worth the trip and New Hope (in Bucks County) is a great little shopping town. You can spend 52 weekends a year in the area and still not see everything they have to offer.
Use the drop-down boxes to find information about what to do, where to stay, eat, shop, worship and more as you plan your stay in this region. Towns in the region include: Allentown, Bethlehem, Coatesville, Chester, Easton, King of Prussia, Norristown, Philadelphia, Quakertown... Not Sure Where A Town Is? CLICK HERE.
Area Notes of Interest:
Ranging out from the city you can visit Longwood Gardens in Chester County, stroll through the quaint shopping village of New Hope in Bucks County or take in the sites of the Lehigh Valley which include Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton (where they make Crayola Crayons).
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