(Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Ben & Jerry's)

For the first year since the pandemic, Vermont’s Ben & Jerry’s is bringing back its Free Cone Day on Monday (April 3) to thank their ice cream fans. One Pennsylvania location is taking part in the fun, according to Ben & Jerry’s official website, and we’ll give you the location below.

Ben & Jerry’s launched its first Free Cone Day in 1979, after its first year in business. Starting in 1993, Ben & Jerry’s Scoop Shops across America all celebrated the day on the same date. According to a release from the ice cream company, most Scoop Shots will be participating from noon to 8 p.m. You can double check if the shop near you is participating via this link.

Ben & Jerry’s hopes to serve more than one million scoops to ice cream lovers around the world on this date. The free cones are available at participating Scoop Shops nationwide. It appears there’s no limit to how many times you can get in line to get more ice cream, too, but check with your local shop. Besides, you don’t want to eat too much and get sick, so lick responsibly.

In Pennsylvania, according to the company’s official website, the one participating shop in Philly is U – Penn (West Philly) at 218 S. 40th Street. They also have some shops participating in New Jersey, New York and beyond. Check your local spot here.

Most Popular States to Travel To - Where is Pennsylvania?

  • 5. Florida

    Of course the sunshine state would make the top five. I’m surprised it isn’t higher. Airport Parking Reservations states, “Rounding up our top five most visited states is Florida, with it featuring in the top five in 35 countries. It’s come top in Libya and Uruguay, and second in China and Canada, and its main draw is Orlando, which is home to several theme parks, including Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando Resort, and SeaWorld.”


  • 4. Michigan

    Michigan is a beautiful state no matter the season. Airport Parking Reservations states, “10 countries’ most visited state is Michigan – interestingly, all of which are located in south and central America, including Colombia, Argentina, Costa Rica, and Honduras. Mexico, Belgium, the Dominican Republic, and Jamaica all voted it second, and with Michigan being rated third, fourth, and fifth in 33 countries, it’s made its way into fourth place.” They also note that while “Detroit, Grand Rapids, and Lansing” are popular destinations, so is Michigan’s countryside.”


  • 3. Hawaii

    Airport Parking Reservations states, “With its beautiful beaches and breath-taking scenery, there’s no other state quite like Hawaii, and it’s particularly popular with honeymooners. Enjoy snorkeling, surfing, and swimming at some of the best beaches in the world, including the famous Waikiki Beach on Oahu, or spend the day hiking at Hawai’I Volcanoes National Park, where you’ll get to see craters, crystals, and even rainforest.”


  • 2. Pennsylvania

    Here we are! It’s great to see Pennsylvania at No. 2. We rock.

    Airport Parking Reservations states, “With Philadelphia and Pittsburgh the two largest cities in the state, it’s estimated 36.2 million people visited Philadelphia in 2021, with its biggest attractions including the Liberty Bell, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and of course, digging into a Philly cheese steak. Outside of its cities, Pennsylvania’s well-known for its Amish community, and if you head to downtown Lancaster, you can purchase their produce at one of the food markets.”


  • 1. New York

    It’s no big surprise that New York City is No. 1 on this list. I definitely want to travel back there sometime soon. Airport Parking Reservations states, “Most people visiting New York will head straight to New York City, to see some of the most famous sights in the world, including the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, and Central Park. However, there’s so much more to see outside of NYC – for example, Adirondack Park, which is home to more than 10,000 lakes, and Niagara Falls, with the American side often less touristy than the Canadian side.”


  • The rest of the most popular states to travel to

    According to the report, the rest of the top 10 most popular states for other countries to travel to include Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Connecticut and California. I really thought California would be inside the top five, so this surprises me!


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    The Most Popular States to Travel to | Airport Parking Reservations

    Big, sprawling cities, vast national parks, and white sandy beaches: the USA really does have it all. Whatever you're looking for in a holiday, the US can offer it, which is why it's such a top travel destination for travelers all around the world.

Anne Erickson's love for music drew her into radio. She started on the airwaves shortly after graduating from MSU. Anne has a passion for rock and metal, and she also fronts the band Upon Wings. Email Anne at erickson@WRIF.com, follow her on Instagram at @EricksonAnne and tweet at her @AnneErickson! Anne covers the Detroit, Philadelphia and Las Vegas markets and beyond.

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