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Author: Jeff and Stephanie Sylva

Tags : Blogs, Kids, Multigen, North America, Pennsylvania, Teens, USA, Water & Themeparks, Weekend & Short Break

Families will find "Splashtastic!" fun in the Poconos

Families in the New York and Philadelphia Metro areas have just a short drive to Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains to get in on all the “Splashtastic” pool fun at three indoor waterpark resorts.

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Author: Fran Falkin

Tags : Alabama, California, Fall Getaway, Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, Multigen, Museums & Culture, New York, North America, Pennsylvania, Texas, USA, Vermont, Virginia, Washington

All American Thanksgiving Celebrations

A Thanksgiving recipe for fun: FTF's A-Z guide to local events marking the settlers' gratitude, from traditional eats to marathons.

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Author: Chad Hunt

Tags : Baby, Family-Friendly Hotels, Kids, North America, Pennsylvania, Teens, USA, Water & Themeparks

Great Wolf Lodge, Poconos, Pennsylvania

This Great Wolf Lodge indoor waterpark hotel within a quick drive of New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia is a refreshing, weather-proof getaway year round.
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Author: Lee Dunlap

Tags : City Break, Food & Wine, Kids, North America, Pennsylvania, Teens, USA

Getting A Taste for the City of Steel - Pittsburgh Top Eats

Formed at the head of three rivers snaking through the Pennsylvania hillsides, Pittsburgh, the city of steel, rivals Philadelphia in cultural diversity, museum attractions, shopping and, not least -- cuisine galore. Featuring more than 90 neighborhoods with their own boldly proclaimed national identity, we have broken down the city into several major areas of interest to visiting families and foodies of any age.

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Author: Erin J. Boyle

Tags : Fall Getaway, Flee Market, Kids, Pennsylvania, Teens, USA

Halloween Fun and Frights in Philly, Scranton, Lancaster & Pitttsburgh Pennsylvania

It's almost that time of year again when kids in Pennsylvania put on their costumes and head out looking for a Halloween adventure. Families who will be in the Philadelphia, Scranton, Pittsburg or Lancaster regions between September and November can start planning now; you're sure to have a haunting Halloween as well as the weeks before and after.

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Author: Andrew Der

Tags : City Break, Kids, Museums & Culture, Pennsylvania, Teens, USA

Not Your Parents Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Whether traveling by bike, train or car, FTF tells you the must-sees in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and how the city has evolved over the past generation.

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Author: Kyle McCarthy

Tags : City Break, Kids, Multigen, Museums & Culture, Pennsylvania, Teens, USA, Water & Themeparks

Sustainable Fun Makes Pittsburgh Kidsburgh

By cleaning up its act and investing in the quality of life of their city, the Pittsburgh you may remember has evolved into a "Kidsburgh" that attracts families to live and visit. This is the brief story of how the home of the steel industry that built the world’s tallest skyscrapers has been forged into one of the country’s sustainable success stories.

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Author: Kyle McCarthy

Tags : Baby, Flee Market, Kids, Massachusetts, Missouri, Multigen, Museums & Culture, Pennsylvania, Weekend & Short Break

Children's Book Author Eric Carle Keep Kids Very Busy

In the charming "Very Eric Carle" exhibit highlighting the popular children's books, the/Children's Museum of Pittsburgh provides so much to crawl into, touch, read aloud, sit on, get dressed in, imagine, project, talk back to, jump over, get behind, tangle up, weave, open, close, pull, lie down on and play with, that the whole family may leave exhausted.

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Author: Leah Northington

Tags : Editorial Review Complete, North America, Pennsylvania, Quarter Finalist, USA, Vacations

Arizona is a Long Ways Away

I have always wanted to visit the Grand Canyon. I imagine it would be beautiful to hike part of its 227-miles of length or to camp in the valley and stare up at the mile deep walls of rock. Instead, I went to the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, which is a mere 50 miles long and 0.189394 miles deep (although it is advertised as 1000 feet, which sounds much more impressive).

Author: Allison Hyman-Tibaldi

Tags : Cheap Vacation, City Break, Kids, Museums & Culture, North America, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Road Trip, USA

Road Trip USA: An American History Tour Through Pennsylvania

Many families select an American history tour for their road trip with school-age children, and there's nothing more fun than exploring the regions of Philadelphia, Lancaster and Gettysburg together.

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