The TOEFL iBT test is offered in the state of Pennsylvania. The list below shows testing locations for computer based TOEFL exam. Please scroll down to find the most up-to-date list of available test centers (including addresses) in Pennsylvania.
- Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania – STN14916A
411 Lightstreet Road,
Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania 17815 United States
- Harrisburg – Mountain Road – APCN-1718
1100 N. Mountain Road,
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17112 United States
- Scranton – Clarks Summit – APCN-1736
233 Northern Blvd, Suite 4,
Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania 18411 United States
- Binghamton – Vestal – APCN-4210
200 Plaza Drive, Suite B,
Vestal, New York 13850 United States
- York – Lancaster – APCN-1731
2064 Fruitville Pike,
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601 United States
- Allentown PA – APCN-1709
3500 Winchester Rd., Suite 402,
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104 United States
Pennsylvania Area Codes
Short for PA, Pennsylvania was admitted to United States on 12/12/1787. The capital city is Harrisburg. With an area of 119,283 km², Pennsylvania has a population of 12,784,227. The population density is 107.18 people per km². According to ALLCITYCODES, Pennsylvania has 13 area codes: 215, 223, 267, 272, 412, 445, 484, 570, 610, 717, 724, 814, 878. If you need to call your testing center, please be sure to add such an area code before phone number you are given.
National Historic Parks in Pennsylvania
Independence National Historic Park (known as Independence Mall) is a neighborhood in Philadelphia that contains several important sites related to the American Revolution and the history of the founding of the United States (including the Liberty Bell). Due to the abundance of historical attractions has earned the nickname “America’s Most Historic Square Mile”.
First State National Historical Park, most of which is located in the neighboring state of Delaware (which, in fact, is called the “First State”). In Pennsylvania, there is a part of the park known as Beaver Valley (“Beaver Valley”) – a picturesque countryside along the Brandywine River.
Valley Forge National Historic Park was the site of a Continental Army winter camp during the American Revolutionary War. Located near the city of King of Prussia.
National Historic Landmarks (Places) in Pennsylvania
The Allegheny Portage Railroad was the first railroad to be built through the Allegheny Mountains in the first half of the 19th century.
Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site is a house in Philadelphia where the famous writer lived.
Dwight Eisenhower National Historic Site in the village of Cumberland is the house where the 34th President of the United States lived.
Friendship Hill is a house in the village of Springhill Township near Pittsburgh, where the prominent US statesman Albert Gallatin lived.
Gloria Dei Old Swedish Church in Philadelphia is the oldest surviving church in Pennsylvania (built 1698-1700).
Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site near the town of Elverson is a small iron and steel plant of the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
Steamtown (“Steam City”) National Historic Site is a railroad museum in Scranton.
National military parks in Pennsylvania
Gettysburg National Military Park, where one of the most important battles of the American Civil War took place in 1863. Also located here is the Gettysburg National Cemetery.
National battlefields in Pennsylvania
Fort Necessity near the village of Wharton Township, where in 1754 one of the battles of the French and Indian War took place between the British colonial troops under the command of Colonel (and future first US President) George Washington and the French.
National memorials in Pennsylvania
Benjamin Franklin National Memorial, located at the Franklin Institute Museum in Philadelphia.
The National Flight 93 Memorial, erected near the village of Stonecreek Township at the site of the crash of United Airlines Flight 93, hijacked by terrorists on September 11, 2001.
Johnstown Flood National Memorial, created in the City of Jonestown to commemorate the victims of the 1889 flood
The Tadeusz Kosciuszko National Memorial is a house in Philadelphia where the hero of the American Revolution lived.
National Recreation Areas in Pennsylvania
The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area is a scenic stretch of the Delaware River 64 km long on the border of the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
National Scenic Rivers in Pennsylvania
The Middle Delaware National Scenic River is a section of the river within the Delaware Water Gap.
The Upper Delaware National Scenic River is a section of the river about 118 km long on the border of the states of New York and Pennsylvania.
National trails in Pennsylvania
The Appalachian Trail is a hiking route that stretches along the Appalachian mountain range from Maine in the north to Georgia in the south and is very popular in the United States. About 370 km of the trail passes through Pennsylvania: from the border with Maryland in the south and to the Delaware Water Gap and the state of New Jersey in the northeast.
The North Country Trail (“Northern Trail”) is a walking route from New York State in the east to North Dakota in the west.
The Potomac Historic Trail is a route in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. along which numerous historical landmarks are located.
Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail, following the route of the legendary American pioneers from Pennsylvania to Oregon.
The Revolutionary Road of Washington and Rochambeau is a 1,090 km route from Rhode Island to Virginia, which was passed in 1781 during the Revolutionary War by the Continental Army under the leadership of George Washington and the French Expeditionary Force under the command of Jean-Baptiste de Rochambeau.