With summer coming to an end and schools restarting, don’t let the end of your summer go to waste. Make the most out of it and embark on one of these perfect daytrips from Pennsylvania.
For families looking for the ultimate thrill, head to Six Flags Great Adventure. Located in Jackson Township, New Jersey, Six Flags offers thrilling roller coasters for adventurous visitors, exciting rides for little ones and in-between rides for the whole family. Hang out with Looney Toons, Batman, Joker, Wonder Woman and more while exploring the park.
Going to the beach is the best way to spend a summer day — don’t let summer slip away without making a daytrip. The Jersey shore boasts multiple shore points for travelers to enjoy; some of our favorites include Ocean City, Wildwood, Cape May and Sea Isle City. Make sure to get there early in the morning in order to find the best parking, spot on the beach and ensure you make the most of your day.
All chocolate and candy lovers should head to Hershey Park before the end of summer. Start your day at Chocolate World and take a journey through the process of making some of your favorite treats and get the chance to make your own candy bar. Once you’ve learned the history of chocolate and Hershey, it’s time for some fun inside the park. Enjoy pulse-pumping roller coasters, slippery water slides and more. If you can’t make it before the end of the summer, make sure to check it out during the winter months when the park is all decked out for the holidays.
Located in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, Sesame Place is the perfect destination for a daytrip filled with family fun. Join Elmo and friends on Sesame Street on a day filled with adventure. From exhilarating roller coasters, like Oscar’s Wacky Taxi and Vapor Trail, to fun water attractions, like Sky Splash and The Count’s Splash Castle, there is a ride for everyone in the family.
Although some people consider Virginia Beach a summer destination, it thrives in the fall as well. This autumn, Virginia Beach is pulling out all the stops to become a prime destination for the season. Check out the list of offerings.
Through Oct. 15, Key West Attractions Association spearheads the Kids Free Florida Keys program, offering free admission and opportunities for children age 12 and younger. Parents, grandparents, extended families and their kiddos can explore Florida Keys attractions, tours, watersports and more with this value-added program.
Sesame Street has been a popular TV show for young children for many years. Bucks County, Pennsylvania, is home to the only Sesame Place amusement park. Now, kids on the West Coast are able to experience the excitement of watching beloved TV characters come to life at Sesame Place San Diego.