Beginning May 17, this roving party will bring locals and visitors out to experience local parks in a new way. Think beer, wine, family-friendly activities, snacks and comfy seating. Last year's incarnation drew over 30,000 people and the 2017 version is set to be even bigger.
Spring 2017 is the perfect time to explore this iconic piece of American architecture as the country celebrates what would have been Wright's 150th birthday. Fortunately, we're here to help you make the most of your trip by providing places to stop along the way, from more marvelous homes and a dose of natural beauty to a moment of remembrance and a great meal.
Keep your travel dollars close to home. From houseboats to historic abodes, luxury spas to camping in the great outdoors, the Commonwealth has a bounty of amazing places to stay. Check out a couple of our favorites from all across the state.
Get outdoors and hit the water for some of the best fishing Western Pennsylvania has offer. Not an angler? There are plenty of other ways to enjoy the waterway, including a Fall Costume Canoe Race on October 8.
The skywalk at the Kinzua Bridge has been called one of the 10 most beautiful skywalks in the world. This month, a vibrant visitors center will open, celebrating the steel structure's wild, winding history and capping a decade of strategic tourism investment in the region.
This 150-mile biking and walking route -- which runs between Pittsburgh and Cumberland, Maryland -- has proved to be a tremendous boost to adjacent communities, spurring tourism, development and the growth of small businesses. That means more amenities for GAP users as they explore the great outdoors.
Outdoor drinking venues are popping up all over Philadelphia. We've got a full report from three of the city's most spectacular beer gardens: one in the clouds, one that recalls our industrial past and one always stays on the move.