Walking Tour Deals in Pittsburgh
Why You Should Go: With the long winters we generally have to endure, it’s common for Northeasterners to conveniently distinguish the beach as a summer destination and the mountains as a winter destination. Though you won’t find alpine skiing in June, July and August, you will find plenty of sun, fresh air, water sports and other activities in the beautiful Poconos, and there’s no better place to set up shop than Keen Lake Camping & Cottage Resort in beautiful Waymart. What You Should Know: Family-owned-and-operated since 1954, Keen Lake Camping & Cottage Resort has been and continues to be one of the Poconos’ most scenic and beloved camping destinations. You’ll find plenty of hiking, fishing and swimming within walking distance, while on the premises you’ll find a heated pool, game room, bathhouses, playgrounds, athletic courts, camping and grocery stores and more. Local attractions include golf, boat tours, sporting events, and museums. So don’t break the bank to make it to the beach this summer, head to the mountains for a camping experience you won't forget.
Thought you knew Seattle? Think again. You might be slow to admit it, but occasionally you feel that subtle chill of the paranormal while walking around town. Dying to find the truth behind that macabre vibe? Now's the season to discover what haunts the darkest alleys, so grab a friend or date to squeeze and take the Original Ghost Tour of Pioneer Square…if you dare.A master storyteller meets you at Marcela's Creole Cookery to guide your stroll along unhallowed ground. As you wind through the shadows of Pioneer Square, you’ll learn about a myriad of blood-curdling murders, feuding ghouls, and the terrifying blood wolf ghost. Your hairs will stand on end for the entire hour+ tour. Be forewarned…gruesome details abound. This tour is not for the feint of heart. Parental discretion advised for children under 13.