5 Most Beautiful Small Towns in Pennsylvania | US Travel Guide

5 Most Beautiful Small Towns in Pennsylvania | US Travel Guide

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3 Popular Attractions In Pennsylvania

  • Longwood Gardens: Garden in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia.
  • Pennsylvania Facts:

    • The Liberty Tunnel in Pittsburgh opened in 1924. At that time the 5,700 foot facility was the longest artificially ventilated automobile tunnel in the world.
    • Actor Jimmy Stewart was born and raised in the town of Indiana. Each year at Christmas the downtown area is decorated in the theme of the film “It’s a Wonderful Life”.
    • State Tree: Hemlock The Hemlock was a sturdy ally to the state's first settlers. Many a pioneer family felt better protected from the elements and their enemies inside log cabins made from the patriarch of Pennsylvania's forests. Designated June 23, 1931
    • The First stock exchange in the United States was founded in Philadelphia in 1790
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    City of Philadelphia
    Official seal of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Official logo of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    Etymology: Ancient Greek: φίλος phílos (beloved, dear) and ἀδελφός adelphós (brother, brotherly)
    Nickname(s):

    “Philly”, “The City of Brotherly Love”, “The Athens of America”,[1] and other nicknames of Philadelphia
    Motto(s):

    “Philadelphia maneto” (“Let brotherly love endure” or “… continue”)[2][3]

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    Coordinates:

    39°57′10″N 75°09′49″W / 39.95278°N 75.16361°W / 39.95278; -75.16361Coordinates: 39°57′10″N 75°09′49″W / 39.95278°N 75.16361°W / 39.95278; -75.16361

    Country United States
    State Pennsylvania
    County Philadelphia
    Historic countries Kingdom of England
    Kingdom of Great Britain
    Historic colony Kingdom of Great Britain Province of Pennsylvania
    Founded 1682[4]
    Incorporated October 25, 1701
    Founded by William Penn
    Government

    •Type Mayor–council, consolidated city-county
    •Body Philadelphia City Council
    Mayor Jim Kenney (D)
    Area

    Consolidated city-county 142.70sqmi (369.59km2)
    •Land 134.28sqmi (347.78km2)
    •Water 8.42sqmi (21.81km2)
    Elevation

    39ft (12m)
    Population

    Consolidated city-county 1,603,797
    •Rank 6th in the United States
    1st in Pennsylvania
    •Density 11,943.68/sqmi (4,611.53/km2)
    Metro

    6,245,051 (7th)
    Demonym(s) Philadelphian
    Time zone UTC−5 (EST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT)
    ZIP Codes
    19092–19093, 19099, 191xx
    Area codes 215, 267, 445
    FIPS code 42-60000
    GNIS feature ID 1215531[8]
    International airport Philadelphia International Airport
    Interstates I-76.svg I-95.svg I-676.svg
    U.S. Routes US 1.svg US 13.svg US 30.svg
    Commuter rail SEPTA Regional Rail, NJ Transit
    Rapid transit Broad Street Line, Market–Frankford Line, PATCO Speedline
    Waterways Delaware River
    Schuylkill River
    Website www.phila.gov

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    5 Most Beautiful Small Towns in Pennsylvania, United States.

    Pennsylvania is a state rich in history with incredible nature, busy big cities, and friendly small towns. The state is divided into eleven regions, each with their own unique atmosphere and demographic. From Pennsylvania Dutch Country to Lehigh Valley to the Poconos, there are so many towns to discover. All perfect for travelers who love to venture into unknown territory and see aspects of Pennsylvania that most of the world never gets a chance to.

    Many visitors (and Pennsylvanians themselves) love to cover the state with a good old-fashion road trip. Pennsylvania roads will lead you through beautiful forests, lakes, waterfalls and small towns known for welcoming any visitor who comes by, no matter how long the pit stop.

    See sights of famous Civil War battles, take a factory tour, ride along an old-time railroad, explore peaceful Amish country, and taste gourmet mushrooms all within the borders of this interesting state.

    Here are the best small towns to visit in Pennsylvania, USA:

    1. New Hope
    2. Jim Thorpe
    3. Lititz
    4. York
    5. Bloomsburg

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    8 thoughts on “5 Most Beautiful Small Towns in Pennsylvania | US Travel Guide

    1. I totally disagree with this presentation. I've lived all over Pennsylvania: East, Central, and West. And there are tons of small towns that top these!

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    3. Very limited selection and very poor research. Only very limited South central and Eastern. Totally ignored the rest of the state which has many that equal or exceed your list. Ligonier, Sewickley, New Castle, Somerset, Gettysburg, Hershey and Clarion to name a few of many. Equally, PA has billions of acres of hardwood forests and very different natural terrains. Beautiful valleys/ mountains (Allegheny National Forest) or rolling terrain (most of the state).

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