The Mushroom Capital Of The World Is Hiding In Small Town Pennsylvania And It’s As Weirdly Wonderful As You’d Expect

Those of who us live in PA know just how amazing of a place it is – from the friendliness of the people to the sheer natural beauty. What some people might not know is PA also holds the title of the Mushroom Capital of the World. Yep, one tiny PA town produces half of all of the United States’ mushrooms, and it’s a definite must visit.

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Have you been to the Mushroom Capital of the World? What did you like most about it? A mushroom-themed destination? Longwood Gardens? Join the conversation in the comments! Then check out the 11 ways Pennsylvania has become the coolest state in the U.S.

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