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A Family Roadtrip from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh

Pennsylvania's big C's—chocolate, carousels, and choo-choos—provide the kid-friendly landmarks along the route. Read the article

Inspired by: Let Your Preschooler Plan Your Trip | T+L Family — by Jeffrey Bauman, Published May. 2006

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    Renaissance Pittsburgh Hotel

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    Hershey Lodge

    Family-friendly and convenient to Hersheypark amusement park, this 665-room resort is a good bet in the summer, when its three swimming pools are e

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    Andy Warhol Museum

    The Andy Warhol Museum honors local-boy-makes-good with more than 12,000 works of art covering seven stories.

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    Kennywood

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    Hershey's Chocolate World

    Learn how chocolate is transformed from bean to bar taking the Great American Chocolate Tour, a roller-coaster-style ride through a simulated facto

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    Hershey Gardens

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    Hersheypark

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    Strasburg Rail Road

    Hauled by steam locomotives, this 45-minute train loops through a pastoral strip of Lancaster County, from Strasburg to Leaman Place Junction and b

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    Please Touch Museum

    Sometimes described as the best children’s museum in the U.S., this stately museum is anything but on the inside—it houses a dizzying number of han

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