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Experience Amish Country - a Three-Day Tour Lancaster County

amish buggy lancaster pa

Experience Amish Country - a Three-Day Tour Lancaster County

You see the buggy's on the road. You see them in movies.  You know there are a bunch of reality shows about the Amish.  Why not learn more about it and immerse yourself into the life of the Amish! Buggy rides, farms, guided tours and much more!  Super educational.

Hotel Monaco National Aquarium Package Baltimore

Hotel Monaco  "Blacktip Reef" National Aquarium Package     Baltimore, MD

Book the National Aquarium package at the Hotel Monaco and receive two tickets to the Aquarium (additional discounted tickets are also available), a deluxe guest room for two adults (and children stay FREE), continental breakfast for up to four guests and a 10 percent discount on lunch or dinner at the B&O American Brasserie restaurant.

Visit Monticello Summer Deal

Looking for an educational trip this summer?  Discover the genius of Jefferson as a family this summer at Monticello! Introducing Special Family Savings for the Monticello Day Pass (or Family Friendly Tour) for summer 2014. Save 33% on admission for teenagers 12-18, from Memorial Day to Labor Day. Included in the Monticello Day Pass or Family Friendly Tour are:

Philadelphia Family Fun Vacation Package Philadelphia

Philadelphia Family Fun Vacation Package Philadelphia

Take the aunts, uncles and grandparents on the Philadelphia Family Fun Vacation to experience all of this historic city’s landmarks through the Ride the Ducks Sightseeing Cruise and a CityPass – Philadelphia, complete with a full four nights’ lodging.

Loews Hotels Philadelphia

Loews Hotels          Philadelphia

Loews loves kids, even teens. Discover just how stress-free family travel to Philadelphia can be here. Treat your kids to a world-class Philadelphia family vacation that's well within reach at Loews Philadelphia Hotel, surrounded by historical attractions and family-friendly activities such as the nation's first zoo. Boasting spacious accommodations, generous amenities and exceptional service, Loews is the perfect destination for leisurely Philadelphia travel.

The Lodges at Gettysburg Gettysburg

The Lodges at Gettysburg Gettysburg, Adams County

The Lodges at Gettysburg is located five minutes from the historic Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and the Eisenhower National Park site. We are in close proximity to the Gettysburg reenactment site. Our Lodge has beautiful picturesque battlefield views along with walking and bicycle trails throughout the property’s 37 acres of mature woods.The   Lodges at Gettysburg is an elegant 63 acre private retreat nestled on one of the highest and most beautiful ridge lines in Gettysburg. The Lodges overlook the hallowed ground where Union and Confederate soldiers fought and died in the most historic defining battle of America’s Civil War.  

Trains, Bikes & Hikes Crawford County

Trains, Bikes, Hikes & Museums         May to October     Titusville, Crawford County

Does your kid love trains?  Would they LOVE to spend a night (or two) in a REAL caboose? Yes, mine too.

Check out the Caboose Motel in Titusville, Crawford County.  The rooms are not rooms, they are well, authentic train cars, each outfitted with your typical motel amenities: heat & air conditioning unit, beds, dressers, television and telephone.  Plus, deck chairs are provided so you can relax during your evenings in the Oil Region. So, what else is there to do?  Plenty.

Gettysburg National Park Adams County

Gettysburg           Adams County

The largest producer of apples in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Adams County carries the nickname of Apple Capital USA. 20,000 of its acres are dedicated to production of all kinds of fruit. And, had history been different, that is all this quiet, quaint Pennsylvania county would have been known for. However, on June 30, 1863 a few men from Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia met a few men from Meade's Army of the Potomac and the history of the world changed. Gettysburg. The high tide for the Confederacy in the Civil war was reached when a couple of men breached the wall at the "Angle" during Pickett's Charge. They were captured or killed and the Confederacy was doomed.