The capital of Pennsylvania gets often overlooked due to the favor families give to its neighbors: Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. However, this is a huge mistake.
Other than being a political center, Harrisburg is also a cultural hub, a historical focal, and an excellent spot of exploring the central area of the Keystone State.
Itself, in this city, you can visit many places along with your family. Be free to take your kids to the sweetest trip of Hershey Park and Hershey World, pay a visit to city island to enjoy the leisure of sports, and much more. This and there is a lot more which Harrisburg has to offer to its visitors.
Fun places to visit in Harrisburg for families are given below:
Expanded to one mile, the city island serves as a pleasing leisure area for both tourists and locals families. You can grab an American League Baseball match with your family or go to the closest fields to pick a game of any sport.
Take the railroad and enjoy the ride at the carrousel. Or, you can play miniature golf just before you hit the waters on the riverboats: the gem of the Susquehanna”. Regardless of your interests, the city island has everything to recreate.
Yes, the Hershey Park and the Hershey world: the two separate yet the most amazing places of Harrisburg. There are few people who think that the tickets for the Hershey park can get them to the Hershey world. Never be those ones!
At the Hershey park, you can create your own Choco bars, have a Choco tour where you can do the Choco tasting, and much more!
Pennsylvania’s only wildlife park and all-water cave! It offers a highly amazing and enchanting experience if you are out on a trip with your kids. It is isolated from the rest of the beaten ride and at a far drive again then all other spots mentioned here.
However, this is the MUST SEE attraction. You can hit it on your way back home or on the way to the Hershey world if you are taking the route from the west of PA.
The State Museum
Paying a visit to the State Museum of Pennsylvania is the highly amazing thing you can do on your family tour to the city.
As it follows the history of Pennsylvania from the start of the dinosaur and earth period through to the modern period, presenting the exhibits regarding astronomy, native Americans, and the Civil War…