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Sightseeing in Susquehanna River

Tourist Information Center
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Memorial Site
“Benjamin Franklin Parkway, commonly abbreviated to Ben Franklin Parkway, is a scenic boulevard that runs through the cultural heart of Philadelphia. Named for Founding Father Benjamin Franklin. ”
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Food Court
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Church
“Since 1682, the property located at 320 Arch Street has been actively and continuously used by Quakers and the community. ”
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Historic Site
2 locals recommend
Monument / Landmark
“Johnson House Historic Site is one of the few stops on the Underground Railroad still open to the public.”
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Historic Site
“A great place to park to walk the various trails of the Wiss, there are places along these trails to fish or chill along the creek. The area near the parking lot is also great for picnics and hanging out. ”
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State / Provincial Park
“Visit the history of Fort Mott State Park, Tours to Pee Patch Island by boat. Day and hour restrictions apply, look up before planning to go”
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Historic Site
1 local recommends
Historic Site
“The Jackson Mansion is a great place to take in the local history of Berwick. It's attendents are so knowledgable of all the key historical people that first came here & developed this great borough. The mansion, as well as many nearby homes, have been meticulously restored to their original state. Visit their new gift shop located in the carriage house behind the mansion for a unique souvenir. ”
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Tourist Information Center
“Set inside an 848-acre French Creek State Park, Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site offers visitors a glimpse of daily life at a colonial-era village dedicated to producing iron. ”
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Historic Site
“Visit the site of the Paoli Massacre, where the British routed Anthony Wayne's troops on September 20, 1777”
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Monument / Landmark
“This structure now sits on Elmira College property and is a tourist attraction for anyone interested in Mark Twain. It's where he wrote some of his most well-known books and used to belong to Quarry Farm, which is perched in the hills overlooking the Chemung Valley. ”
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Food Court
“If you're visiting any of the national landmarks in Old CIty, the Bourse is an easy stop in to grab lunch either solo or with a bog group. The historic space has been repurposed into an internationally inspired food hall with deep local roots.”
1 local recommends
Historic Site
1 local recommends