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Delaware Has One Of The Top Spots For Car Lovers In The US

Marshall Steam Museum in Yorklyn, Delaware was ranked as the #8 spot in the country for car lovers!

“Auto enthusiasts can travel back in time at the Marshall Steam Museum, where they can peruse the world’s largest operating collection of Stanley steam cars, as well as a 1916 electric car and two 1930s Packards. Train fans can even check out the Auburn Valley Railroad with its 1/8th-size coal-fired steam trains that circle the property” According to USA Today 10Best.

The Marshall Steam Museum offers visitors a chance to step back in time and experience life at the dawn of the automotive age.

The museum is home to the largest collection of stanley steam cars, a 1916 electric car, and two 1930s Packards.

The museum also offers visitors the chance to see the evolution of trains in the USA.

You can also see a Model T!

Not only can you see the collection but you can see it in action at Steamin’ Days!

You can limb into an antique automobile, board one of their trains, and experience what it was like to travel at the turn of the 20th century.

With steam powered engines also comes steam powered food. You can grab some freshly popped popcorn made from an antique cooker on Steamin’ Days!

You can find out more about this very unique experience here.

The Marshall Steam Museum is located at 3000 Creek Rd, Yorklyn, DE 19736 and is a quick ride from Wilmington.

The America’s Transportation Experience / AACA Museum in Hershey, Pennsylvania was ranked #6 and the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania came in at #3.

The best place for car lovers in the country is Speedway Motors Museum of American Speed in Lincoln, Nebraska.

Delaware Has One Of The Top Spots For Car Lovers In The US

Pennsylvania Has 3 Of The Top 10 Rollercoasters In America

Pennsylvania Has 3 Of The Top 10 Rollercoasters In America

If you are a thrill seeker you won’t have to drive far as PA has 3 of the best coasters in the United States.

USA Today and 10Best have revealed the best roller coasters in the country and people in the tri-state are spoiled.

Readers ranked their favorite coasters in a new poll and some classic amusements parks have made the list.

The top coaster in America is pretty accessible as well since it is in Orlando and there is a billion flights a day to Florida.

“Guests looking for thrills at SeaWorld Orlando will find them aboard one of the park’s roller coasters, Mako. Orlando’s tallest and fastest coaster gets its name from one of the world’s fastest sharks – appropriate for a thrill ride reaching speeds of 73 miles per hour” per USA Today.

On top of Pennsylvania grabbing 3 of the top 10 spots on the list, New Jersey also got in on the action.

Kingda Ka at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey and is massive. Its 456 feet high and goes an amazing 128mph.

Pennsylvania Has 3 Of The Top 10 Rollercoasters In America and here they are and where they rank:


  • 8. Phantom's Revenge - Kennywood

    According to Kennywood’s Wikipedia “Phantom’s Revenge is a steel hypercoaster located at Kennywood amusement park in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, United States. It originally opened as Steel Phantom in 1991, featuring the fastest speed and longest drop of any roller coaster in the world. Its second drop is longer than its first, which is a unique characteristic among roller coasters.”

  • 6. Skyrush- Hersheypark

    Skyrush at Hersheypark is AWESOME. I have ridden two of the top 10 coasters in American and Skyrush is confirmed thrilling. Skyrush climbs 200 feet into the air before flying downhill at 75 mph.

  • 2. Phoenix- Knoebels

    I am SO excited that Phoenix made the list and at #2! I love Knoebels and I’m glad the amusement park is getting its flowers. Phoenix is a wooden classic coaster and reaches speeds of up to 45mph. Knoebels is worth a day trip or even a camping trip. If you go make sure you try the blue birch beer.