Day Trips

Day Trips


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Day trips: Gliding into the new year

9:44 PM EST, December 29, 2011

Day trips: Gliding into the new year

Hershey, Pa.

12:42 PM EST, December 21, 2011

Day Trip

Philadelphia

11:11 PM EST, December 15, 2011

Day Trip: Plenty to do on Christmas weekend

National Harbor

Day trips: Count on candlelight, cannoli and even cardinals

3:42 PM EST, December 9, 2011

Day trips: Count on candlelight, cannoli and even cardinals

New York City

Day trip: Run with Santa or make a wish at Wisp

7:20 PM EST, December 2, 2011

Day trip: Run with Santa or make a wish at Wisp

Philadelphia

Day trips: Bake, skate or glide your way to the holidays

10:39 PM EST, November 23, 2011

Day trips: Bake, skate or glide your way to the holidays

Alexandria, Va.

November 19, 2011

Daytrip Nov. 25: Walking in a winter wonderland

Philadelphia

Day trip: Light up your weekend

7:03 AM EST, November 15, 2011

Day trip: Light up your weekend

Ride the train, take in holiday ice sculptures and see astounding acrobats.

Daytrip Nov. 11: Birds, flower buds and the big top

November 10, 2011

Daytrip: Birds, flower buds and the big top

Stop to smell the chrysanthemums or see a circus show this weekend

November 3, 2011

Daytrip Nov. 4: From 'Hairspray' to punkin chunkin

Lancaster County, Pa.

Day trip: Savor Borgata in Atlantic City

10:59 AM EDT, October 31, 2011

Day trip: Savor Borgata in Atlantic City

Savor Borgata

Day trip: Reel in a scream-filled weekend

8:59 AM EDT, October 27, 2011

Day trip: Reel in a scream-filled weekend

From monsters to monster rockfish, the region's got you covered.

Day trip: Relax — or be spooked

9:17 AM EDT, October 18, 2011

Day trip: Relax — or be spooked

Take a trip to craft beer tastings or a haunted amusement park.

Day trip: Raise a glass, stomp some grapes

4:20 PM EDT, October 3, 2011

Day trip: Raise a glass, stomp some grapes

Some of the region's events are a scream.

Summer offers fusion of fun from festivals to food

3:29 PM EDT, July 15, 2011

Summer offers fusion of fun from festivals to food

It's the height of summer, so don't miss out on these family-friendly excursions:

Day trip: Philadelphia's 4th of July celebrations

6:03 PM EDT, June 30, 2011

Day trip: Philadelphia's 4th of July celebrations

The Fourth of July is more than fireworks and picnics. It's a celebration of the day the Continental Congress took the bold step of declaring independence, vowing to "dissolve the political bands" connecting England and the colonies in order to start an entirely new government.

New River Gorge offers vacation with zip

5:21 PM EDT, June 16, 2011

New River Gorge offers vacation with zip

West Virginia's New River Gorge area was already a destination for adrenaline junkies, but now the thrill factor has reached new heights.

NYC swaps big apple for big barbecue

2:46 PM EDT, June 9, 2011

NYC swaps big apple for big barbecue

To Kenny Callaghan, barbecue is like religion.

Day trip: Bank on fun at Philadelphia bike race

7:40 AM EDT, June 3, 2011

Day trip: Bank on fun at Philadelphia bike race

Watching the TD Bank International Cycling Championship, set for Sunday in Philadelphia, can have a strange effect on people.

Day trip: Celebrate Fallingwater's 75th anniversary

May 26, 2011

Day trip: Celebrate Fallingwater's 75th anniversary

Fallingwater book launch and 75th anniversary

Day Trip: Run For the Dream at Colonial Williamsburg

8:02 AM EDT, May 20, 2011

Day Trip: Run For the Dream at Colonial Williamsburg

Williamsburg, Va., which already has parks and attractions galore for Baltimore day-trippers, has added a half-marathon and 8K race, taking place Saturday and Sunday.

Get a taste of the National Harbor

3:52 PM EDT, May 12, 2011

Get a taste of the National Harbor

If sipping vino, gourmet noshing and watching boats glide along the Potomac River is your idea of a delicious weekend, then zip down to Maryland's other popular harbor for an outdoor foodie fest.

Day Trip: Chestertown Tea Party Festival

3:44 PM EDT, May 12, 2011

Day Trip: Chestertown Tea Party Festival

Chestertown Tea Party Festival

Alexander McQueen's 'Savage Beauty' exhibit opens in NYC

7:19 PM EDT, May 3, 2011

Alexander McQueen's 'Savage Beauty' exhibit opens in NYC

'Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty' exhibit in New York

Regional amusement parks: Fun for all

8:42 AM EDT, April 21, 2011

Regional amusement parks: Fun for all

Think amusement parks are just for kids? Think again.

Philadelphia's French arts connection

8:06 AM EDT, April 8, 2011

Philadelphia's French arts connection

If you want to spend April in Paris but can't afford it, a short hop to Philadelphia may at least give you that French feeling.

Atlantic City antiques show to highlight HBO's 'Boardwalk Empire'

3:28 PM EST, March 11, 2011

Atlantic City antiques show to highlight HBO's 'Boardwalk Empire'

Atlantic City Antiques & Collectors Show

Presidential party

4:14 PM EST, February 17, 2011

Presidential party

What better way to celebrate Presidents Day weekend than getting up close and personal with all 43 presidents — well, their lifelike wax figures, that is.

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