Pennsylvania Attractions

In my reading class we did an essay on 3 amazing attractions in Pennsylvania. We were allowed to chose whatever attractions we wanted to. So I thought that I could share my essay with you, have fun !

Pennsylvania Attractions

So you moved to Pennsylvania? Well lucky you! In Pennsylvania there is so much to do. Some examples are the Turkey Hill Experience, the Philadelphia Zoo, and Kitchen Kettle Village. Let me tell you about these places.

First up is the Turkey Hill Experience. The Turkey Hill Experience is basically just a building filled with ice cream, and no when you walk in ice cream doesn’t come flowing out. What I mean is that there are a bunch of ice cream related activities to do for all ages, including parents. You could make your own ice cream, star in your own TV commercial (it isn’t actually on TV), travel the world of tea, and so much more. The Turkey Hill Experience is in Columbia Pennsylvania. It is also open all year round except Christmas Day and Thanksgiving Day. If someday you end up going to the the Turkey Hill Experience there will be plenty of educational and fun things to do.

While you are in Pennsylvania you could also go to the Philadelphia Zoo. The Philadelphia Zoo is a 143 year old zoo. It has over 1,300 animals! That is a lot of animals. The Philadelphia Zoo is also open the whole entire year except Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. The Philadelphia Zoo is good for all ages, including boys and girls. It is in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. While you are in Pennsylvania, and if you go here, your reason to visit this place could be to learn more about a bunch of different animals.

As a result of being in Pennsylvania you might also go to Kitchen Kettle Village. Kitchen Kettle Village is a small village with over 40 different shops. Some examples are the Kettle Cafe, the Lancaster Yarn Shop, Ten Thousand Villages, the Garnett Pottery Shop, and so much more. Kitchen Kettle Village is in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It is a good place to go on a sunny day for families of all ages, because it is outside.  Kitchen Kettle Village is open from 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m from Monday to Friday, and on on Saturdays they are open from 9:00 a.m to 6:00 p.m, although on Sundays they are closed. The only day of the week they are closed that is not a Sunday in 2017 is Christmas Day. Why might you go to Kitchen Kettle Village ? Well that is a great question. You could go, because it is free to get in. Plus like I said earlier there are over 40 shops with food, gifts, clothes, and more.

What might you do in Pennsylvania ? Go to the Turkey Hill Experience, go to the Philadelphia Zoo, or maybe go to Kitchen Kettle Village. Well I hope you have fun getting to know your new state, Pennsylvania.

So how was it ? Did you like everything I said ? Please leave a comment on what you thought. Happy Blogging !?

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