Getting ready to come to the United States? Every region of the United States has something unique to offer, so get ready to explore! Here’s an insider’s guide to the best of what this region in America has to offer - a list of the Top 10 Things To Do in New York and Pennsylvania.
Visit Cooperstown, the Baseball Hall of Fame
They’ve got Babe Ruth’s bat; Hank Aaron’s jersey; they even have “Shoeless” Joe Jackson’s shoes...Baseball’s greatest players and the game’s most valuable memorabilia are enshrined in Cooperstown, New York.
Take a Trip to Lake George
Dozens of beaches and parks give you access to The Queen of American Lakes, where you can swim, sail, or fish in the shadow of the Adirondack Mountains in New York.
Visit the Saratoga Race Track in New York
If you’ve never seen a live horse race before, the oldest sporting venue in the United States is the perfect place to start.
Go Hiking in the Adirondack Mountains
With over 2,000 miles of trails through stunning landscapes, you’ll find great walks and day hikes that are perfect for every skill level.
Nothing says New York City like a slice of pizza, or Philly, like a cheese steak. Don’t leave either city without trying one (or two, or three).
Catch a Broadway Show
Soak in the lights of “The Great White Way,” and enjoy a spectacular musical, or drama in the theater capital of the world.
Enjoy the Beauty of Niagara Falls
Hop on the boat tour, the Maid of the Mist, for a close encounter with Niagara from the basin of the falls.
Get Wild at the Bronx Zoo
Lions, tigers, and over 600 other species of animals – many of them endangered – live in this northern borough of New York City.
Run (or walk) up the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Make like Rocky Balboa and charge up the 72 steps to the entrance of one of largest art museums in the U.S. Don’t forget to raise your arms and yell: “Yo, Adrian!” when you reach the top.
Visit Gettysburg National Military Park
Walk the scenic fields in Pennsylvania and explore the history of the most infamous and significant battle of the American Civil War.