The Northeast Region of the United State is ethnically diverse due to waves of immigration from Ireland, Québec, Italy, Portugal, Asia, Latin America, Africa, other parts of the United States, and elsewhere. The enduring European influence can be seen in the region, from Massachusetts' use of traffic rotaries to the bilingual French and English towns of northern Vermont, Maine, and New Hampshire, as innocuous as the sprinkled use of British spelling, and as obvious as the region's heavy prevalence of English town and county names, and its unique coastal dialect reminiscent of southeastern England.

Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland make up this picturesque region. Vacationers enjoy the Northeast’s long rolling hills, mountains, lake, sandy beaches and regional foods any time of the year.
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Gettysburg Convention and Visitors Bureau

Commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the American Civil War through 2015. Understand the Battle and the impact on Gettysburg and our nation through tours, museums and living history. Learn of Lincoln and the Gettysburg Address.

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Get away to Gettysburg and discover a true American treasure. Relive the history of our nation while exploring all that Gettysburg offers.

Commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the American Civil War now through 2015. Understand the Battle and the impact on this small community through tours, museums and living history. Learn about the Soldiers’ National Cemetery, President Abraham Lincoln and the Gettysburg Address. Take a downtown walking tour to learn the story of the civilians.

Beyond the battlefield, tour wineries, shop farm markets, take in a round of golf, or simply relax at one of our many bed and breakfasts or campgrounds. See where President Eisenhower lived. Stay a few days so you can wander through boutiques in our historic towns or find your own treasure to take home at one of our many antique shops; New Oxford is south central PA’s Antique Capital.

Enjoy a special event – make plans for an apple festival, Pennsylvania Lavender Festival, two bluegrass festivals, a cultural extravaganza of the ten-day Gettysburg Festival, an Irish Festival, and even a 19th Century Base Ball Festival. If you can’t make the annual July reenactment, engage with history at a Living History Encampment or demonstration held each weekend April through October.

Pack the car, bring the kids or a group of friends and discover why so many return again and again to Gettysburg and scenic Adams County. During this special anniversary time we invite you to relive the history and experience the passion! Plan today at www.gettysburg.travel

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Valley Forge Convention and Visitors Bureau

Valley Forge: your gateway to a getaway jam-packed with fun and recreation. Experience three centuries of history and art and the countryside that inspired it, from Washington to Wyeth. Gardens, golf, biking and bird-watching make every day an adventure.

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History loves company in the Valley Forge area and Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The perfect blend of history, shopping, outdoor recreation and exciting attractions awaits. Enjoy the rich history of 3,600-acre Valley Forge National Historical Park, where General George Washington forged the Continental Army into a fighting force during the bitter winter encampment of 1777-78. Today, the Park is home to miles of multi-purpose trails for biking and hiking, with areas to enjoy bird watching and fishing.

Mere minutes away is a shopper's paradise. The King of Prussia Mall, the largest in the nation, offers more than 400 luxury retailers. The new Philadelphia Premium Outlets will boast 120 designer and name brand stores offering savings of 25%-65%. Charming main streets and shopping villages provide a change of pace and many unique buys.

For those who prefer the outdoors, visit one of the many gardens and arboreta in the Valley Forge area, which boasts the largest concentration of public gardens in North America. Montgomery County is also home to countless historic sites and museums. John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove is the first home of naturalist artist John James Audubon. Abington Art Center, an innovative center for contemporary art includes a nationally recognized, seasonally changing outdoor sculpture garden.

Come and enjoy all of this, as well as award-winning restaurants, featuring every cuisine imaginable, and an abundance of quality hotels, inns and bed and breakfasts. Whatever your tastes the Valley Forge area has something to satisfy every one.

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Central Pennsylvania Convention and Visitors Bureau

Tour a patriotic town that began a national holiday--Roar with the PSU Nittany Lions as they turn 150 years old--Explore America's only all-water cavern--find festivals, theatre, concerts, cycling, food, fun and More! See why we're the new hot spot in PA!

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Tour. Roar. Explore--Central Pennsylvania!

A Nittany Lion fan or not--you will leave a fan of Central Pennsylvania! A bit of the city and the country life together---State College is a vacation gem and here’s why-

Tour--Take in a Broadway musical, comedy, ballet and the symphony, all in one day. Hotels with history, internationally ranked art exhibits, unique shops, fine dining, night clubs and Cafés--all wrapped into one charming package in Downtown State College. Host of the renowned Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts each summer, First Night State College (C) each winter and --and it’s all a stone's throw from the peaceful seclusion of a wooded trail in the mountains; Boalsburg, a town over 200 years old, is the birthplace of Memorial Day and home to the Pennsylvania Military Museum, Boal Mansion Museum, Columbus Chapel.

Visit Victorian Bellefonte…Seven United States Governors called it home and it is one of the most beautiful Victorian Downtowns in the country.

Roar with the Nittany Lions! The Penn State Spirit is one you’ll have a hard time not catching--even if you are a rival fan at heart. Game Day at PSU is an event like no other--or step up to the plate with the Pittsburgh Pirates single ‘A’ affiliate, the State College Spikes.And of course--the University Creamery, where Ben & Jerry got their start, has the best ice cream in the world!

Explore…The most beautiful countryside in Pennsylvania. Hike or Mountain Bike Mount Nittany and stop to take in some breathtaking views of endless mountains and fields… The area is pet friendly too…so bring them along for the climb!
The streams in the region are frequented by internationally known Fly fisherman Joe Humphreys…you may catch him casting a line with past presidents and celebrities who boast fishing Spruce Creek is some of the best Fly fishing in the country. If caving is your passion…we have many, including the only all-water cavern in the United States.

Tour. Roar. Explore Central PA on your next vacation!

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Northeastern Pennsylvania, Luzerne County CVB

Experience the spectacular beauty that Northeastern Pennsylvania has to offer. Thirteen challenging golf courses, whitewater rafting on the scenic Lehigh River, live harness racing, AAA Baseball, Knoebels Amusement Park are just a short drive away. We offer exquisite accommodations, shopping and exciting nightly entertainment. Bring the family... there is so much more to explore. Conveniently located via I-81, I-80, I-84 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Northeast Extension.

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Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau

Visit East Central Pennsylvania! Enjoy breathtaking scenery and hometown hospitality. Visit our Nature Preserves, Wetlands and State Parks where you can picnic, fish, kayak, canoe, hike, bike, bird watch or just relax. Explore our 25 covered bridges and enjoy craft fairs and festivals galore. Home to Knoebels Amusement Resort! Easy access from Routes 11, 15, 80 and 81.

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Located just off Interstate 80 in East Central Pennsylvania, Columbia and Montour Counties offer breathtaking scenery and hometown hospitality. Visit PPL's Montour Preserve, PPL's Susquehanna Riverlands Environmental Preserve, Weiser State Forest and Ricketts Glen State Park. See black bear, bald eagles, waterfalls up to 94' and get lost in a corn maze.

Launch your kayak or canoe and paddle down the Susquehanna; one of America's Heritage Rivers. You’ll pass fertile farmlands, small towns and mountain forests. Walk, run or bike Robbins Trail, the oldest Rails-To-Trails project in the U.S.

Looking for a slower pace? Discover the areas rich history while experiencing, first-hand, monuments from a bygone era. Explore our twenty-four beloved nineteenth century covered bridges, and one twentieth century covered bridge – a timbered testament to the craftsmanship of our beloved forefathers. Or take a self-guided walking tour in the Historic Downtowns of Bloomsburg and Danville with their beautifully preserved Victorian treasures. You can also sit back, relax and enjoy a performance by the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble.

Children of all ages can take a thrill-ride on two world class rollercoaster's at Knoebels Amusement Resort; travel deep into a coal mine; or gaze wide-eyed at the wild animals of the rain forest at Clyde Peeling’s Reptiland.

Columbia and Montour Counties include Bloomsburg, Berwick, Danville and their surrounding communities. All lodging and restaurant establishments are conveniently accessible to Interstate 80 and Pennsylvania Routes 11, 487, 54 and 42.

For more information on all the events and attractions in Columbia and Montour counties, contact the Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau at 1-800-847-4810 and request your free copy of the Official Visitors Guide and quarterly Calendar of Events. Or visit them online at www.iTourColumbiaMontour.com to download free copies of all their brochures.

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New Hampshire Tourism

FREE OFFICIAL NEW HAMPSHIRE VISITORS' GUIDE. Filled with interesting feature stores, detailed regional profiles, fun facts about New Hampshire, and gorgeous New Hampshire photography. Whether you seek an adventure with the kids, a romantic getaway or a fun-filled trip with friends, the New Hampshire Visitors' Guide has you covered! LIVE FREE and discover.

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Visit New Hampshire and discover authentic New England – from coastal seascapes and sparkling lakes to breathtaking mountain views, you’ll find an endless variety of exciting things to see and do within a short drive of one another.

Explore thriving Main Street communities and follow historic stonewalls through unique towns and villages. Discover roadside farm stands and country stores run by fifth-generation families. Enjoy year-round tax-free shopping at fine boutiques, antique stores, outlet malls and more. Sleep in quaint bed & breakfasts or historic grand hotels dwarfed by some of the tallest mountains in the Northeast. Stroll a seacoast teeming with cafes, craftspeople and lobstermen that conjure up thoughts of a bygone era. For a truly authentic New England experience come to New Hampshire – you’re going to love it here.

Order your free Official New Hampshire Visitors Guide filled with interesting feature stories, detailed regional profiles, driving tour suggestions, don't-miss attractions and gorgeous New Hampshire photography. Call 1-800-386-4664 or go to visitnh.gov to order your copy today. Sign up for our email newsletter to learn about special offers and packages, events and festivals, travel itineraries and more.

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White Mountains, NH

The White Mountains where you'll experience scenic beauty unrivaled anywhere in the Northeast, towering peaks, spectacular waterfalls limitless recreation and 16 great family and natural attractions all which have provided a lifetime of memories to generations of visitors.

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Escape this summer to the White Mountains of New Hampshire and visit our towering peaks, spectacular waterfalls and historic covered bridges.
Step aboard three unique railroads; the Conway Scenic Railroad, the Hobo Railroad and the world’s first mountain climbing railway, the Mount Washington Cog.
Experience panoramic views as you climb the highest peak in the Northeast along the Mt. Washington Auto Road.
Spend some time above the rest on four aerial sky rides; Attitash, Cannon Mountain Tramway, Loon Mountain Gondola and Wildcat Mountain Gondola as they whisk you to some of the highest mountain peaks for fabulous valley and mountain views.
Stroll across boardwalks, meander through caves and discover nature at the Flume Gorge, Lost River Gorge and Boulder Caves and Polar Caves Park.
Enjoy a trained bear show, visit with Santa and Cinderella, catch an outlaw and cool off down a winding slide or wave pool at five theme parks; Clark’s Trading Post, Santa’s Village, Six Gun City, Story Land and Whale’s Tale Water Park.

The White Mountains of New Hampshire is where you’ll discover natural beauty unrivaled anywhere in the Northeast and these 16 great family and natural attractions that have provided a lifetime of memories, laughter and cheer to generations of visitors.

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Ithaca, located in the Finger Lakes Region, with abundant shopping, wineries, and Bed and Breakfasts. Relax and experience this sophisticated, enlightened community with funky bistros, galleries, and theatre as well as numerous rare/used bookstores.

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What makes Ithaca unique?

Is it the towering waterfalls, lush ice-age gorges, endless panoramic views?

Is it the hiking, the biking, the boating?

Is it the beauty of Cayuga Lake, the longest of the Finger Lakes?

Perhaps.

But perhaps it's something more. Maybe it's the buzz from Cornell University and Ithaca College. You feel it everywhere-in our museums, our galleries, our many restaurants. You hear it in our theaters, our nightclubs, our festivals. You see it downtown on our pedestrian mall, the Ithaca Commons, where PhDs cross paths with street musicians, and families stroll the solar system on an interactive planet walk.You can't put your finger on it, but there's something special going on here. The bumper stickers say Ithaca is Gorges, but it's more than that. Ithaca is beautiful and smart and always unexpected. It's intense and laid-back and disdainful of convention. Ithaca is Ithaca. There's a vibe here unlike anywhere else in America.

And experiencing it is the only way to discover it.

While days may be whiled away visiting the many Finger Lakes wineries, strolling through the Cornell Campus, the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art designed by I.M. Pei, or hiking the State Parks, the evenings can be spent enjoying a lakeside concert at Taughannock Falls State Park, sipping Finger Lakes wine, or dining alfresco on the Downtown Ithaca Commons while listening to live music. You can then take in professional theatre at the intimate 73 seat Kitchen Theatre or at the Hangar Theatre located in a historic airplane hangar.

Weekends in Ithaca offer a glimpse of the local flair at the Ithaca Farmer's Market on the Cayuga Inlet. There, one can enjoy Cambodian dishes, organic dishes brimming with colorful edible flowers, locally made pottery, jewelry, and of course fresh produce and flowers. Tiohero Tours offer sightseeing tours of the lake Dinner cruises, sunset cruises and brunches are offered by Cayuga Lakes Cruises.

When you are preparing to visit Ithaca, just remember to pack enough for a few days because there is so much to do and see in this eclectic college-town that you'll be compelled to return again and again!

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Long Island Convention and Visitors Bureau

Visit an Island of unparalleled discoveries... World class beaches, award-winning wineries, historic mansions and museums, windmills and lazy harbors, acclaimed performing and cultural arts, professional sports and challenging golf. From Montauk and the Hamptons to Fire Island and Oyster Bay. It's Long Island!

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Come discover Long Island, where white sand beaches stretch endlessly along the Atlantic Ocean and history and nature await. Whether you choose a barefoot walk on the beach, an adventuresome climb atop a light house, an afternoon sampling the latest vintages at a local winery, or a round of golf on a championship course, Long Island has it all.

Explore early American history; visit folk life preserves; take a cruise aboard a tall schooner ship or a river style paddle boat. Take a hike along a cliff-top nature trail, or set up camp at a beachfront site. Venture out on an ocean sport fishing expedition, or take a romantic horseback ride along the beach.

Visit the mansions and gardens of Long Island’s gilded Gold Coast era or visit the homes of past presidents, poets and authors. Long Island is graced with high-end shopping, an avant-garde art scene, and excellent dining.

Just across the bridges of New York City, explore Long Island.

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