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Gorgeous Views. Endless Options.

Ole Covered Wagon Tours

Start your day off with a horse drawn covered wagon tour through the Pine creek George, part of the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon. Be sure to get your tickets before they sell out! 

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Tioga Central Railroad

Catch a ride on the 34 mile railroad in northern Wellsboro. Have dinner in the 370 Crooked Creek car or enjoy some fresh air on the open observation car. Another great way to tour Tioga County.

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Pennsylvania Grand Canyon

With a variety of hiking and biking trials, boating adventures, and local camp sites, your family will make the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon more than just a "day trip!"  


Bucktail Camping Resort

Spend the day at Bucktail jumping in the pool, riding the merry-go-round, exploring the camp on a mini train, shooting some hoops, or challenging a friend to some mini-golf. Campsites and lodges available.

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The History Center on Main Street

 Established to collect, present, preserve, and interpret local history, the History Center on Main Street's two locations in Mansfield, PA has a variety of artifacts and photos to explore. 

Cherry Springs State Park

Known for beautiful stargazing, Cherry Springs State Park is a must-see on a clear, dark evening. Stay overnight at the astronomy observation field and see how many stars and planets you can see. 

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Local Theatres

Stumble upon a cold or rainy day? Catch a new release at the Victoria Theatre in Blossburg or the Acradia Theatre in Wellsboro. 

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Corning Museum of Glass

"The story of glass is a story about art, history, culture, technology, science, craft and design." Walk through galleries, exhibits, and hands-on learning stations to discover how glass has changed throughout history. Create your own masterpiece or watch a demonstration. Get your tickets today! Kids and teens 17 and under receive free admission!

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Courtesy of The Corning Museum of Glass.

Pennsylvania Lumber Museum

Located on Route 6 in Ulysses, PA, the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum allows you to discover the history of lumbering in Pennsylvania and learn how to care for our current forests. Explore the many indoor and outdoor exhibits and enjoy a variety of demonstrations and activities.

Courtesy of the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission

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