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Our commonwealth flagship was captured by Oliver Hazard Perry. See her when in port in Erie. (Near MM 1N).
One of the oldest amusement parks in America. Dare to ride the Blue Streak. (Near MM 13 & 14).
Tribute to the lumberjacks and woodhicks who built this country. Explore the renovated CCC camp. (Near MM 187).
Showcases the steam era of American Railroading with a working railyard and roundhouse. Leave time to take a rail excursion to nearby towns. (Near MM 332).
Home of the American iconic lighter Zippo lighters and Case knives. Find out which movies featured the classic Zippo “click”. (North of MM 132 on Rt. 219.)
Ancestral home of the first chief of the US Forest Service, Gifford Pinchot. Be sure to sit at the water table. (Near MM 394).
Named by National Geographic as "One of America's most scenic drives", US Route 6 in Pennsylvania is the heart of the American Dream. This magical and tranquil highway along Pennsylvania's northern tier is 400 plus miles of history and heritage, linking small towns, generations of people and wondrous sights often forgotten.