With its majestic forests and rich history, Pennsylvania is full of interesting places to visit. Philadelphia boasts the famous Independence Hall and the mint. Across the state, Pittsburgh is home to the most NFL Superbowl rings ever won. With so much to offer, travelers are sure to want to further explore the Keystone State. Pennsylvania has even more than its famous popular attractions, however. There are places you won’t find in the tourism guides. If you’re up for an adventure, there are some unique and interesting venues which are sure to inspire and amaze. Here are nine secret destinations in Pennsylvania visitors should see.
1) Clemente Museum, Pittsburgh
Known to his fans as “The Great One,” Roberto Clemente was more than just a Pittsburgh Pirate; he was one of the greatest baseball players of his time. Committed to preserving his legacy,the privately owned Clemente Museum is a tribute to the Pennsylvania ballplayer.But scheduling a tour is required, so be certain to book a time. Visitors will learn of the struggles that many minority ball players endured during the 1950’s and how Clemente overcame not only the racial and cultural barriers that he was forced to handle, but also the language barrier that had the media constantly questioning his intelligence. Many artifacts and great memorabilia line the halls of this sports museum and it is sure to be a hit, figuratively, with baseball fans touring Pennsylvania.
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