Microbreweries

The Millworks combines a restaurant, biergarten, and artist studios for a unique experience. The restaurant serves authentic, local, and sustainable food, with a full-service bar featuring local draft and bottled microbrews, craft beers, and their own nanobrews. Thirty-five regional artists have studios located inside the Millworks' building, allowing customers to watch sculptors, painters, and other artists at work from the restaurant and biergarten.

Pennsylvania's Vine Trials

The state’s moderate climate and rolling terrain provides some of the best growing conditions on the East Coast as more than 200 wineries produce a delightful array of wine varieties. With approximately 14,000 acres of grapes, Pennsylvania ranks 5th nationally in the amount of grapes grown (including juice grapes). The state also ranks 7th in the production of wine and 7th in number of wineries, with many of these wineries part of 12 organized wine trails that wind throughout the state.

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  • From Rails to Trails

    When the steel, coal and iron industries were booming in Pennsylvania, trains were used to transport goods from one town to the next along flat pathways crisscrossing the countryside. Over the years, many of these railroad beds became vacant, and trails were developed in their place to commemorate... Heritage Rail Trail County Park York County Length: 21+ miles Activity Types: hiking, biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, and snow shoeing Surface: 10-foot wide compacted stone surface   Extending 21 miles through urban and rural landscapes, the Heritage...

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    Waterfall Wanderlust: Explore Pennsylvania's Falling Waters

    ​Waterfalls are beautiful, natural sights that can be the pinnacle of any trip or hike. Pennsylvania’s mountains and flowing streams and rivers have created many scenic waterfalls across the state. While they can be enjoyable any time of year, most waterfalls are best viewed in the springtime...

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    17 Must-See Places to Reconnect for Earth Day

    Happy Travelers appreciate Mother Nature year-round, but Earth Day is a particularly special time to get out, breathe deep, and soak up the beauty of Pennsylvania’s greater than great outdoors. If you’re in the mood for a festival or on the hunt for a great state park, we’ve found 17 ways for you... 1. Party For the Planet Party For the Planet Get ready to get down and Party for the Planet on April 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Elmwood Park Zoo in Norristown. There will be plenty of kid-centric activities, an Earth Expo, raffles for goodies to take home, a “21+1 Good Deeds...