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Tour the battlefi eld at
historic Gettysburg
the sites and monuments from ‘The Battle of Gettysburg,’
the comfort of your car (www. explore the battlefi eld and Soldier’s National Cemetery,
Further west is Lancaster then witness the bullet holes that
County, where softly rolling still riddle Gettysburg’s buildings!
countryside, handmade quilts Stop by the David Wills House in
and beautifully handcrafted Lincoln Square, where President
furniture refl ect the Amish and Abraham Lincoln lodged the
Mennonite cultures’ gentle pace. night before delivering his
Discover 21 exquisitely detailed Gettysburg Address. In the
murals painted on buildings evening, take a guided ghost
along three Mural Trails, tour – family-friendly and far
starting in downtown Lancaster, more humorous than horrifying.
heading west to Mount Joy Veer north toward state capital
and Elizabethtown, and east Harrisburg. Ply the waters of
through Bird In Hand to the mighty Susquehanna on an
Intercourse. Take an Amish authentic paddlewheel riverboat,
buggy ride, sample fresh jams at then sweeten the deal with a side
the Canning Kitchen in Kitchen trip to Hershey. Tour Hershey’s
Kettle Village or explore the heart Chocolate World and the next-
of Dutch Country’s 28 covered door amusement park fun of
bridges. Hersheypark. Wine enthusiasts
Continue on to Gettysburg, should continue north to
site of the nation’s turning-point Sunbury, sipping the local
battle during the Civil War. ‘grape’ at six vineyards along the
New in 2008, the Museum and Wine Trail.
Visitor Center houses more than Next, make the cross-state
a million artefacts and archives. trek to Pittsburgh, a surprising
View the Cyclorama painting, blend of culture and countryside. 25
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