From Civil War battlefields to icons of the American Revolution, Pennsylvania is littered with historical sites, museums and monuments. However, history buffs aren't the only people who'll find things to do in the Keystone State; Pennsylvania is also filled with beautiful scenery, exciting theme parks, fun festivals and breathtaking artwork.
- Name of location READING, PA
For 10 days residents look forward to spring with the arrival of local and big name artists who perform numerous musical genres spanning from big band to jazz. Nightly shows occur throughout the city ranging from restaurants to major event venues.
- Name of location PHILADELPHIA, PA
During the second weekend every May, male and female athletes attending over 100 institutions of higher learning from around North America compete in 2,000-meter rowing races on the Schuylkill River. Corporate organizations also have the chance to compete in a 500-meter race. A localized food court provides food and refreshments.
- Name of location PITTSBURGH, PA
Geared toward youngsters, the annual May event provides parents with the chance to introduce children to the performing arts. Entertainment groups representing countries worldwide offer acrobatics, comedy, music, dance, puppetry and multimedia shows at the Schenley Plaza and the University of Pittsburgh campus.