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What U.S. state is one of the original 13 and home to the world’s most famous chocolate bar? Here’s a hint, it kind of sounds like where Dracula was from, and it’s got one of the most famous art museums in the world. Where is this place?
You guessed it: Pennsylvania! Browse our phenomenal deals for a Pennsylvania hotel and book a stay at one now.
Your trip to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania should begin with a visit to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. You know the place. It’s where Rocky Balboa famously sprinted up the steps while Eye of the Tiger blared in the background. Anyways, there’s over 200 galleries spanning over 2000 years, so you’re bound to find something you like. Don’t forget to take a picture at the top of the steps with your arms raised high in the air.
Pennsylvania holidays aren’t much fun unless you go to the town of Hershey…yes, that Hershey. Take the chocolate tour at Hershey’s Chocolate World and see how the world-famous candy bars are made, starting from the cocoa beans and ending in the wrapper. You’ll also be able to sample everything from kisses to peanut butter cups. Trust us, Willy Wonka doesn’t have anything on Hershey World.
Getting to the “Keystone State” is as easy as flying into Philadelphia International Airport (PHL), 14 km from downtown and many of the finest hotels in Pennsylvania. Why use the Philly airport? Because it’s the biggest in the area and takes flights from all over the world. If you’re looking to go from one side of the state to the other and then back again, get yourself a set of wheels from Wotif’s car hire options.
Come on, you know you want to visit the state that used to house America’s capital. Check out our fantastic deals on Pennsylvania hotels and drench yourself in chocolate (or Cheez Whiz from a Philly cheesesteak!).
Hotels in Pennsylvania start at AU$161 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.