One of the original 13 Colonies, the Keystone State contains a rich cross section of American history, from the colonial heritage of the nation’s former capital, Philadelphia, to Gettysburg and other Civil War battlefields to the original oil boomtown of Titusville. In the Dutch Country Roads region in the south-central part of the state, Amish farmers still drive horse-drawn buggies through the farmland, while nearby amusement parks and shopping malls move at 21st-century speed. Pittsburgh, in the west, has grown beyond its steel-and-coal industrial grittiness to include a vibrant arts and culture scene. The Andy Warhol Museum, one of four Carnegie Museums in the city, is a hub of contemporary art and popular culture. And Philadelphia has its own impressive set of museums and superb restaurants, set amid a grid of pedestrian-friendly streets, squares and parks.