Philadelphia, PA - There are several must-see waterfalls at Ohiopyle State Park, Pennsylvania, located in Henry Clay, Stewart, and Dunbar Townships in Fayette County. The park is the centerpiece of the Youghiogheny River Gorge. To experience the park's waterfalls, hike through the Laurel Highlands Trail and explore the gorge's scenic cliffs.
Philadelphia, PA - Exploring the Horseshoe Curve Near the center of Altoona is a must-do activity if you are a train enthusiast. The park tucked away in the curve bowl is popular for train fans. The park includes picnic tables and a historic guard shack open year-round. If you're visiting Altoona with children, you can also visit the Railroaders Memorial Museum, which tells the history of the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Philadelphia, PA - People worldwide have been discovering the aborted Alvira Bunkers in Union County, Pennsylvania, for the past few years. This abandoned community was once home to a gas station, blacksmith shop, school, and church. After the war, it was evacuated, and all but the church was destroyed. The town was surrounded by a large munitions factory built on 17 miles of railroad and 55 miles of roads. The munitions factory consisted of 149 domed earth-covered bunker magazines for the storage of tons of explosives. The buildings were designed to look like igloos and to keep explosives from getting out.
Philadelphia, PA - When it comes to ghost stories and haunted locations, Pittsburgh has many to offer. Green Man's Tunnel, Congelier House, Dead Man's Hollow, Blue Mist Road, and the Green Light Cemetery are just a few popular haunted attractions. Read on for a closer look at these places and more! In this article, we'll take a closer look at these sites and how they might have been haunted in the past.