Pennsylvania Island Car Rentals
Experience Pennsylvania in one of our rental cars.
Head to the Northeast part of the U.S. for an unforgettable vacation. All you'll need is a Pennsylvania rental car to take in all that this vast state has to offer. Known as "The Keystone State," Pennsylvania is steeped in American history, so doing some sightseeing at some of the state's landmarks is essential. Before you decide where to go first, make sure you plan your trip accordingly to ensure that all the bases are covered.
Make the first stop Pittsburgh in the Pennsylvania rental car
Pittsburgh is one of the state's largest cities, so you'll want to get aPittsburgh rental car before doing any exploring. Home to the first T. Rex fossils ever discovered, you'll want to take the family to the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. It contains 20 million other specimens to see, so choose your time wisely! If you're into art, take the crew to the Andy Warhol Museum, where you can see some of the famous artist's work. End the day at one of Pittsburgh's popular family destinations, the National Aviary. This spot contains different species of birds, which are known to be friendly and perch near people.
Take your Pennsylvania rental car to Philadelphia
End the trip in Hershey
Get a Philadelphia rental car and take a ride through the "City of Brotherly Love". Philadelphia is home to some of the best cheesesteaks, which can be found at the Italian Market and tons of other funky shops and restaurants along South Street. For some fun for the whole family consider stopping at many of the famous museums in the area, such as The Franklin Institute, The National Constitution Center or The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. Finish off the trip with some outdoor excitement, like catching a Phillies game at Citizens Bank Park.
Finish the journey in a Pennsylvania rental car with a trip to Hershey. This is a perfectly sweet end to any family vacation. Home to the famous Hershey Factory, the kids will love sampling some chocolate and taking in the chocolaty smells of the city. While here, go to the Hershey Museum to get a taste of how the factory came to be, and visit Hersheypark, home to more than 65 rides and attractions for kids. If you have some time without the kids, visit the Cullari Vineyard and Winery, the city's first winery with more than 30 varieties to sample.