The 5 Best Places To Live In Pennsylvania, And Why | US Travel Guide
The 5 Best Places To Live In Pennsylvania, USA
A vast state like Pennsylvania can be overwhelming to a potential resident. Where are the best towns located? We’ve done some research to discover where the best places to live in Pennsylvania are. If you disagree, feel free to battle it out in the comments below.
To determine our list, we looked at four main attributes: affordability, safety, fun, and school districts. Here five places to live in Pennsylvania, United States.
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Carlisle, Pennsylvania, USA (2012)
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Pennsylvania authoritatively the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is a state situated in the northeastern and Mid-Atlantic districts of the United States. The Appalachian Mountains gone through its center. The Commonwealth is circumscribed by Delaware toward the southeast, Maryland toward the south, West Virginia toward the southwest, Ohio toward the west, Lake Erie and the Canadian area of Ontario toward the northwest, New York toward the north, and New Jersey toward the east.
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Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area,
Ohiopyle State Park,
Ricketts Glen State Park,
Allegheny National Forest,
New Hope ,
Hickory Run State Park,
Delaware Canal State Park,
King of Prussia,
Rothrock State Forest,
Delaware Water Gap,
Pymatuning State Park,
Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River,
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Pennsylvania - United States
Pennsylvania officially the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, is a U.S. state that is located in the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic regions of the United States, and the Great Lakes region. The state borders Delaware to the southeast, Maryland to the south, West Virginia to the southwest, Ohio to the west, Lake Erie and Ontario, Canada to the northwest, New York to the north and New Jersey to the east. The Appalachian Mountains run through the middle of the state.
Pennsylvania is the 33rd most extensive, the 6th most populous, and the 9th most densely populated of the 50 United States. The state's five most populous cities are Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie, and Reading. The state capital is Harrisburg. Pennsylvania has 51 miles (82 km) of coastline along Lake Erie and 57 miles (92 km) of shoreline along the Delaware Estuary. The state is one of the 13 original founding states of the United States. Source: Wikipedia
My stay at the Historic Hotel Wayne in Honesdale, Pennsylvania. Great place for Foodies
My stay at the Historic Hotel Wayne in Honesdale, Pennsylvania. Great place for Foodies.
This is one of those bucket list places for history buffs.
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York is a marvelously intact and well-preserved historic city, which seems to have escaped the urban renewal era unscathed. It is also one of the more significant small cities in America, having served as capital of the Continental Congress during the Revolutionary War. Between 1800-1840, it ranked within the 100 most populous urban centers in the United States. There is a great collection of colonial and Victorian architecture in the city, and most of it appears to be beautifully maintained.
Harrisburg is the capital of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, United States of America
Harrisburg is the capital of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a state in the United States of America.Pennsylvania,Festivals and Parades
Harrisburg is known for its many parades and street festivals that take place, especially in the summer time.
American MusicFest, Riverfront Park and City Island, , Harrisburg's Fourth of July celebration
Kipona, Riverfront Park and City Island, , a three day festival of food, arts and family fun around Labor day.
Patriot-News Artsfest, Riverfront Park, 
Italian Lake Concert Series, Italian Lake, , Sundays at 7:30PM throughout the summer.
3rd in the Burg, Downtown and midtown, , the third Friday of every month Harrisburg's art galleries and shops stay open late and serve entertainment.
Pride Festival of Central PA, Downtown and Riverfront Park, , Central Pennsylvania's LGBT Pride Festival, held the last weekend of July
Harrisburg has been an important location for statewide transportation since selected as the capital of Pennsylvania in 1812. The canal system and subsequent development of railroads, highways and airlines in the early century played a key role in transforming Harrisburg into a commercial and distribution center for Pennsylvania and the East. The city is centrally located 80 miles north of Baltimore, 100 miles west of Philadelphia, and 100 miles north of Washington D.C.
State Capitol Building
The Capitol was designed in the American Renaissance Style by Philadelphia Architect Joseph-Huston (1866-1940), who envisioned the building as a Palace of Art. Built and furnished at a cost of $13 million, the Capitol features paintings, stained glass and furnishings by some of the best artisans of the day - Extract Out of A Centennial Celebration 1906 - 2006, Pennsylvania General Assembly.
The state capitol of Pennsylvania is a beautiful architectural masterpiece that encompasses many artistic designs and marvels. The capitol building is an Italian Renaissance-style statehouse. It includes collections of art, sculptures and large murals. On the floor of the main hallway are tiles that show Pennsylvania's history, symbols, insects and animals. The capitol dome rises 272 feet, and was modeled after St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, and it's magnificent staircase looks like one from the Paris Opera. Over 100,000 people per year enjoy a free tour of Harrisburg's Capitol building.
The Gamut Classic Theatre,  located in Strawberry Square, has its own Shakespeare Festival that puts on a few plays each year for a few weeks at a time. Tickets are $25 ($17 for students and seniors), with buy-one-get-one-free discounts on Fridays and Bring Your Own Price discounts on Sundays. During the summer, the theatre also puts on a free production of a Shakspeare play in Reservoir Park. In 2008, the play will be Love's Labor's Lost, June 4-14. The Gamut is also the home of the Popcorn Hat Player's Children's Theatre. Tickets are $6.
Midtown Cinema, . A small three screen theater in midtown Harrisburg. They have a great selection of independent films, along with good ice cream, coffee, and teas.
Theatre Harrisburg, . Established in 1926 and one of the oldest community theatres in the country. Plays in the Sunoco Performance Theater at the Whitaker center.
Stage On Herr, . The newest addition to Harrisburg's theater scene. A 3,500 square foot venue with soaring ceilings in a former gym, the space has been renovated and is now home to plays, concerts, comedy, art, parties and more.
Galleries and Art
Susquehanna Art Museum, 301 Market St, . Harrisburg's largest art museum featuring the Doshi Gallery for Contemporary Art.
Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center, 1110 N 3rd St, . Large complex in renovated building home to Stage on Herr, 3rd street Gallery, film office, cafe and spa.
Arts at 510, 510 N 3rd St, 
The Mantis Collective, 214 Verbeke St, 
Art House Lounge, 217 N 2nd St, , local and regional artists in a unique care-free environment right on restaurant row.
Art Association of Harrisburg, 21 N Front St, 
Brass Monkey Studios, 202 North St, , a offbeat tattoo parlor and art gallery between downtown and midtown.
Gallery Blu, 1633 N 3rd St, , midtown's newest art gallery specializes in emerging and established local and regional artists.
Gallery at Second (Gallery@Second), 608 N 2nd St, ☎ 717-233-2498, . edit