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Pennsylvania's colonial history, Civil War sites and charming Amish Country make it a top destination for travelers domestic and international, but the state also offers plenty to entice lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender travelers. Pennsylvania is more than its cities, however, and LGBT travelers looking for a gay-infused quaint town or mountain retreat can also find something in the Keystone State. Few cities are as gay-friendly as Philadelphia, which not only has a thriving gay neighborhood but also has benefited from a conscious city-wide marketing effort to attract gay travelers. Other neighborhoods, including South Philly, also have a budding gay scene. The city hosts several events for gay visitors throughout the year, including the annual Equality Forum in the spring, a summer pride parade and OutFest in the fall.