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Awbury Arboretum

Nature, history, and community come together at this historic landscape. Experience the roots of American liberty at the location of Philadelphia's only Revolutionary War Battle. Programs in poetry, art, nature, wildlife and more are available to groups. 1 Awbury Rd., Philadelphia, PA 19138. Philadelphia County. Tel: 215-849-2855. Cost: Free.... More Info

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Carbon County Environmental Education Center

151 E. White Bear Dr., Summit Hill, PA 18250. 570-645-8597. Enjoy nature trails, bird-feeding, butterflies, a waterfowl observatory, and even a Birds of Prey exhibit. The Center offers school programs, allowing classes to learn about plants and decomposition, animal signs and behaviors, and more while meeting live animals. Fee.

Churchville Nature Center

501 Churchville Ln., Churchville, PA 18966. 215-357-4005. Includes a visitor center with interpretive exhibits, and indoor and outdoor wildlife viewing areas. Fee/Free.

Cunningham Piano Company

5427 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19144. 215-438-3200. Founded in 1981, a prestigious piano company focuses on the restoration process of 100-year-old pianos. A collection of Vintage Steinway, Bosendorfer, Mason and Hamlin pianos. Free.

David Library of the American Revolution

1201 River Rd., Washington Crossing, PA 18977. 215-493-6776. A privately endowed nonprofit foundation devoted to the study of American history circa 1750-1800. Free.

Erwin-Stover House

River Rd., Rte. 32, Ewinna, PA 18920. 215-489-5133. View original architecture from the Revolutionary War through the Victorian era. Free.

Flinchbaugh's Orchard and Farm Market

110 Ducktown Rd, Hellam, PA 17406. 717-252-2540. PYO: Peaches and Pumpkins. Activities: Face painting, wagon rides, corn and straw mazes. Fee/Free.

Florence Shelly Preserve

Rte. 171, Thompson, PA 18465. 570-727-3362. 300 acres of fields, woodlands, a stream, and a glacial pond surrounded by a floating bog. Free.

Fort Loudoun

N. Brooklyn Rd., Fort Loudoun, PA 17224. 717-369-3318. An authentic French and Indian frontier period fort located in rural Franklin County. Free.

Heritage Center Museum

5 W. King St., Lancaster, PA 17603. 717-299-6440. Discover Lancaster County's history and art exhibits through a interactive museum. Free.

Hopewell Furnace

2 Mark Bird Ln., Elverson, PA 19520. 610-582-8773. Operating from 1771-1883, Hopewell and other "iron plantations" laid the foundation for the transformation of the United States into an industrial giant. The park's 848 acres and historic structures illustrate the business, technology, and lifestyle of a growing nation. Free.

John Brown Farm, Tannery & Museum

17620 John Brown Rd., Guy Mills, PA 16327-1452. 814-967-2099. Visit the Pre-Civil War museum of John Brown, an abolitionist, who freed over 2,500 slaves from the Underground Railroad. Free.

Lancaster Newspaper Newseum

28 S. Queen St., Lancaster, PA 17608. 717-291-8811. Shows equipment from by-gone production methods and the evolution of newspapers. Free.