New York & the Mid-Atlantic - Pennsylvania (PDF Chapter)
This is the Pennsylvania chapter from Lonely Planet’s New York & the Mid-Atlantic guidebook.
A horse and buggy trundles through the Lancaster fog before it is overtaken by a Philadelph-ia-bound sports car driven by a young tech entrepreneur. This is Pennsylvania, which contains some of the eastern seaboard’s most striking landscapes, culture clashes and contradictions.
- explore Pittsburgh, a steel jungle filled with wonderful architecture, fantastic nightlife and great food
- tour Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece of organic design, Fallingwater, in the lovely Laurel Highlands
- marvel at the twisted wreckage of a train bridge struck by an F1 tornado from Kinzua Bridge Skywalk
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Pennsylvania Dutch Country, Lancaster, Pennsylvania Wilds, Western Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, Laurel Highlands, Central Pennsylvania, State College, Southeastern Pennsylvania, Brandywine Valley, Upstate & the Poconos.
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