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    14 Must-see Film & TV Locations in Pennsylvania

    Lights, camera, action, and happy traveling! Pennsylvania’s charm and iconic destinations make the perfect film locations for the silver screen. From diners and cemeteries to theaters and churches, we’ve got an endless supply of movie (and tv!) magic. The cameras are rolling, so come to Pennsylvania and recreate your own Oscar-worthy production — or simply flaunt your superior pop culture knowledge.

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Happiness on the Horizon: Holiday Fun

Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites Walking Tours: In 1937, the city of Bethlehem, PA., was deemed "Christmas City." Experience holiday fun on Historic Bethlehem's Christmas Walking and bus tours that will take you back in time to a simple place. Enjoy a stroll through charming downtown Bethlehem, complete with carriage rides and an outdoor shopping market, where you'll find unique stands to do some holiday shopping.

Grateful in PA

Whether you’re celebrating at the spot where the first national Thanksgiving was declared or enjoying a feast at one of Pennsylvania’s fine restaurants, Pennsylvania has some of the best places to share with family and friends this season.

Places to Honor Veterans

Vietnam Memorial Reading

Reading City Park’s Vietnam War Memorial is dedicated to the fallen in Vietnam, seats a statue of a soldier, slumped over and looking down at the steps, beside a plaque listing those from Berks County who lost their lives in Vietnam. This memorial is moving and allows those in the area to pay their respect to those who have given their lives. This memorial is easily accessible and centered in the middle of Reading.

PA’s Artistic Byways: Route 6 and the Lincoln Highway

Route 6 and the Lincoln Highway, both designated Pennsylvania artistic byways, allow motorists to savor the state’s signature scenery and delve into creative corridors, which exhibit the talent of local artists, craftsmen and performers.

Here are some not-to-miss “art-full” stops along or near these rich pathways.

Route 6

U.S. Route 6, which stretches for more than 420 miles in Pennsylvania, is lined with vast forests, fertile farmland and understated small towns.

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