History & Heritage in Pennsylvania

In Pennsylvania, all roads lead to history. From its iconic buildings and battlefields to its museums and memorials, visitors not only come to the Keystone State for a Pennsylvania history lesson, but they absorb our nation’s chronicles. 

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  • 301 Pine St. Philadelphia, PA 19106-4212
    215-965-2305
    The Thaddeus Kosciuszko National Memorial honors the Polish born Revolutionary War hero. The house, where he lived from 1797-98, features tours and exhibits.
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  • 45 S. Queen St Lancaster, PA 17603-3964
    Thaddeus Stevens/Lydia Hamilton Smith Historic Site Currently under construction and restoration, the home of Thaddeus Stevens and Lydia Hamilton Smith will become a historical museum. This museum...
  • 129 S. Second St. Philadelphia, PA 19106-3039
    215-923-8523
    Thomas Bond House is an exquisitely restored 1769 Bed and Breakfast gem. On the National Register of Historic Places, this Georgian Bed and Breakfast is the only lodging in Independence National...
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  • 107 Hatfield St. Jefferson, PA 15344
    724-883-2107
    Built in 1814, the historic Thomas Hughes House is made entirely of stone from a local quarry. Visitors are welcome to tour this restored house.
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  • Market St. and Third St. intersection Harrisburg, PA 17101
    One of Harrisburg's most famous African Americans, a leader in education, journalism, military recruitment, diplomacy and the practice of law.
  • 858 W. Fourth St. Williamsport, PA 17701-5824
    570-326-3326
    The Taber Museum of the Lycoming County Historical Society documents the history of the region. Exhibits include an art gallery, an American Indian gallery, a model train exhibit with over 300 toy...
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  • Between Buckaloons Recreation Area and Tionesta Warren, PA 16365
    814-362-4613
    Thompson's Island was the site of the only Revolutionary War battle in northwestern Pennsylvania. Now it offers a beautiful forest and a quiet place to get away from it all.
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  • Riverfront Park at Walnut St., In Grass Harrisburg, PA 17101
    Harrisburg made a tempting target as a key transportation hub and large cache of military supplies at nearby Camp Curtin.
  • 335 Trenton Rd. Fairless Hills, PA 19030-2803
    215-547-7823
    Three Arches, built in 1712, is the historical home of John Sotcher who worked at Penn's estate in the early 1700's. Tours are available by request.
  • Benjamin Franklin Pkwy. between North 16th and North 17th Streets Philadelphia, PA 19130
    215-636-1666
    This interesting sculpture was designed by Henry Moore in 1964 and has been said to resemble many things including a bird and a dog's paw. Stop by and decide for yourself.
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