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Tours in Pennsylvania starting from $2,340

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Pennsylvania Tours

The state motto in Pennsylvania is “virtue, liberty, and independence.”

In 1775, Johann Behrent built the first piano in the United States, which was referred to as the “Piano Forte.”

Each year during Christmas Day, the “Crossing of the Delaware” is re-enacted at Washington Crossing.

Indiana Country is considered the Christmas Tree capital of the world.

Philadelphia was once the capital city of the United States.

Benjamin Franklin founded the first public zoo in the United States, now known as the Philadelphia Zoo.

Why go on Pennsylvania tour?

Capture the spirit of America with a Pennsylvania tour. Offering everything from cultural aces, to thriving food, music and art scenes, diverse neighbourhoods, and abundant parks and wilderness, going on a Pennsylvania tour will show travellers the real essence behind East Coast living. Begin your adventure in Philadelphia, which was founded by the Quakers to escape religious prosecution. Here you will find infamous attractions such as the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Longwood Gardens, and Delaware Canal State Park. Depart for Gettysburg the next day, and get acquainted with one of the civil war’s most pivotal battle sites and the backdrop for Abraham Lincoln’s speech. Immerse yourself in the county’s history and come home with a better appreciation for the present. After, head toward the industrial centre of Pittsburgh. The downtown area is an art-deco and neo masterpiece - everything about this city is a photographer’s dream. You may also enjoy the nightlife of East Carson Street and admire the beautiful transformation of old buildings into trendy bars or spend an afternoon at one of the Carnegie Museums, which are known for having the best dinosaur collections of anywhere in the world. Whatever it is that you end up doing on your Pennsylvania tour, we guarantee that it will be a great one!

When is the best time to go?

The peak season in Pennsylvania is the summer, when temperatures range from 21C and 27C. During this time, tourists swarm sites like Independence Hall and Philadelphia Zoo. Weather-wise, the best time to visit may be from March to May (10C - 21C). Key events to watch for are the Philadelphia Flower Show, St. Patrick’s Day Parade, and Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival. But if you are looking for a cheaper alternative, fall and winter may be the best times to visit.

Begin your adventure to the east coast by contacting one of our expert travel agents. They can tell you more about our options and help you plan one amazing getaway. You may also start the process with our Tour Finder, which will allow you to compare our available Pennsylvania tours quickly and easily.