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Mid-Atlantic Region

Encompassing coastal metropolises, Revolutionary War history, and stunning natural scenery, the Mid-Atlantic offers the perfect blend of culture, entertainment, and outdoor adventure. This vibrant region is home to major cities like New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington D.C. as well as beaches, mountains, vineyards, and national parks galore.

Hersheypark, Pennsylvania (Photo Credit: Flickr - Kelly Verdeck)

Chocolate and Coasters a Sweet Adventure at Hersheypark

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Nestled in mountains of Elysburg, Pennsylvania, Knoebels Amusement Resort is a timeless family-owned treasure that has been delighting visitors since its opening in 1926. What sets this park apart? Well, for starters, it's the largest free-admission park in the United States, making it an accessible and affordable destination for families.
Fort McHenry, Maryland (Photo Credit: National Park Service)

Defense at Fort McHenry and Birthplace of America’s National Anthem

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Fort McHenry was the site of a British attack during the turbulent War of 1812. It was also the location where Francis Scott Key was inspired to write the Star-Spangled Banner in honor of the courageous efforts of brave soldiers and the flag that flew over the harbor. The strategic fort has even seen action in several other major wars since then!
Lion at the National Zoo, Washington D.C. (Photo Credit: Flickr - John Brighenti)

Wild Adventures in the Heart of D.C. at the National Zoo

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In the heart of Washington, D.C., amidst all the political hustle and bustle, lies a place where politics takes a back seat to nature's wonders. The National Zoo, part of the Smithsonian Institution, offers a captivating escape into the animal kingdom. Unlike the political divides of the city, here, you'll find a harmonious gathering of over 1,500 animals from 300 different species, and about 25 percent of them are endangered.
Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Photo Credit: Wikipedia - su1droot)

Climb the Legendary “Rocky” Steps

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In the heart of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, lies an iconic symbol of determination and triumph—the Rocky Steps. These 72 stone steps leading to the entrance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art have etched their place in history thanks to the 1976 film, Rocky. Visitors from around the world flock to these steps to recreate Rocky Balboa's famous climb, a powerful metaphor for the resilience of the human spirit.
Ford's Theatre, Washington D.C. (Photo Credit: Wikipedia - Wknight94)

From Assassination to Legacy, Visit Ford’s Theatre and the Petersen House

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On the fateful night of April 14, 1865, history took a tragic turn as President Abraham Lincoln was shot by the assassin John Wilkes Booth inside Ford's Theatre.
VC-9C at the Air Mobility Museum, Dover, Delaware (Photo Credit: Flickr - Jeffrey)

A Journey Through Aviation at the Air Mobility Command Museum

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Prepare to embark on a remarkable journey through time and aviation history as you step into the Air Mobility Command Museum, a collection of rare vintage aircraft that promises a captivating experience.
Glenmont, Thomas Edison National Historical Park, Orange Park, New Jersey (Photo Credit: Flickr - Shinya Suzuki)

Unveil an Inventor’s World at Thomas Edison National Historical Park

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The Thomas Edison National Historical Park serves as a living testament to the boundless creativity of one of America's greatest inventors. Preserving both Edison's laboratory and his elegant residence, Glenmont, this park provides a captivating glimpse into the mind of a genius.
Washington National Cathedral, Washington D.C. (Photo Credit: Wikipedia - Noclip)

Tour the Impressive National Cathedral

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With its awe-inspiring stained-glass windows, Gothic spires, and intricate flying buttresses, the Washington National Cathedral may appear centuries-old, but this grand masterpiece of architecture actually took shape during the 20th century. While it is affiliated with the Episcopal Church, this house of worship warmly welcomes individuals of all faiths to its majestic location, nestled on the highest point in the heart of Washington, D.C.
Star-Spangled Banner House, Baltimore, Maryland (Photo Credit: Public Domain)

Visit the Home Where the Star-Spangled Banner Flag was Sewn

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Tour the home of Clara Barton, a medical pioneer who paved the way to the founding of the American Red Cross. A self-taught nurse, Ms. Barton lived at this Maryland home for over a decade. Today it is preserved as a National Historic Site in honor of her great strides in charity and medicine.
Clara Barton National Historic Site, Glen Echo, Maryland (Photo Credit: Public Domain)

Explore the Home of Clara Barton, Founder of the American Red Cross

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Tour the home of Clara Barton, a medical pioneer who paved the way to the founding of the American Red Cross. A self-taught nurse, Ms. Barton lived at this Maryland home for over a decade. Today it is preserved as a National Historic Site in honor of her great strides in charity and medicine.

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