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Hershey Park
Hershey, PA
Latest Review
Hersheypark was opened in 1907 as a leisure park for the employees of the Hershey Chocolate Company, an American confectionery company. Later, the company decided to open the park to the public. Today, the park's area covers over 110 acres , including over 60 rides and attractions.Adjacent is Hershey's Chocolate World, a visitors' center that is open to the public and that contains shops, restaurants, and a chocolate-themed ride
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Spring Creek Golf Course
Hershey, PA
Latest Review
9 hole layout first opened in 1932; this was the first course in the nation to welcome junior golfers. Still a very good course to play if you are visiting Hershey with your family.
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New Hope & Ivyland Rail Road
New Hope, PA
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Evening Star Dinner Trains Passengers can ride the rails in first class comfort, enjoying dinner and cocktails while appreciating the strolling scene provided by the Bucks County countryside. Ticket prices includes: ï¾· Two-hour round trip, train ride to Buckingham Valley, PA. ï¾· Three course meal. ï¾· Coffee service, all taxes and gratuities
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Sand Castle Winery
Erwinna, PA
Latest Review
Located about 12 miles north of New Hope,PA. We have been there on multiple visits. Enjoy a 15 mile view of the Delaware Valley. Taste chardonnay, Riesling, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pinot Noir grown on estate. Daily educational tours of the new winery Castle and 30 ft. deep 7,000 sq. ft. underground cellar. It has been fun watching the winery grow and tasting the wines
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Drake Well Museum & Park
Titusville, PA
Latest Review
Come see where the industry that puts a drop of oil in your life every day was born. A steam engine whistle calls you to the replica of Edwin Drake's 1859 engine house, where oil from the famous well flows into a "never filling" barrel. Follow squeaking rod lines to learn how pioneer oil workers used one engine to pump many wells. They invented a whole new industry.
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Four Springs Winery
Seven Valleys, PA
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Located in "Downtown" Seven Valleys PA(population was 492 in 2000)adjacent to the York County Heritage Rail Trail which is 21 miles (34 km) long and runs from York, Pennsylvania, south to the Mason-Dixon line. They pick all of their grapes in southern York County. They produce a dozen different wines available in their Tasting Room which also carries a line of gifts an d makes up gift baskets.
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Kennywood Inc
West Mifflin, PA
Latest Review
A historic amusement park with a great collection of rides and concessions.A Piisburgh treasure
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Hollywood Lanes
Pittsburgh, PA
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Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
Bushkill, PA
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At the south end of the park, the river cuts eastward through the Appalachian Mountains at the scenic Delaware Water Gap. A one-day auto tour of the park can include waterfalls, rural scenery, and historic Millbrook Village. Visitors can also canoe, hike, camp, swim, picnic, bicycle, crosscountry ski, and horseback ride. Fishing and hunting are permitted in season with state licenses. The park hosts significant Native American archaeological sites, and a number of structures remain from early Dutch settlement during the colonial period. The area around the Water Gap is one of the gorgeous spots in America.
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VF Outlet Center
Reading, PA
Latest Review
This is an outlet mall the size of a small shopping center Almost anything you might want is here.
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Tamanend Winery
Lancasterville, PA
Latest Review
A city winery under the direction of Dr. Richard Carey, specializes in classically styled premium wines in their bottled wine group& also have premium sweeter styled wines in Bag-in-Box packaging. A tasting room is at the winery & the hours are Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday - Noon to 5 pm.
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Hauser Estate Winery
Biglerville, PA
Latest Review
Located on 170 acres west of Gettysburg, on top of a hill with 360 degree view; they are producing some dozen high quality wines. The winery production facility sits beneath our 360 degree glass enclosed tasting room that overlooks miles of farmland, orchards, and forests, extending toward the national Civil War Battlefield. Thirsty Thursday! Live music, awesome appetizers & drink specials EVERY THURSDAY from 6-9pm. Check the website for their schedule of events
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Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom
Allentown, PA
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In operation since 1884; this park has over 100 rides and attractions. Pay $3,00 extra and get an all you can eat picnic. The watre park is included in your ticket price
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The Gym
Elkins Park, PA
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Steamtown National Historic Site
Scranton, PA
Latest Review
Steamtown National Historic Site is a railroad museum and heritage railroad located on 62.48 acre in downtown Scranton, Pennsylvania, at the site of the former Scranton yards of the Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Steamtown NHS offers a variety of demonstrations, tours, and excursions that demonstrate how railroads functioned in the age of steam. Park rangers give guided tours of the locomotive shop, where one can see work being done on the steam engines in the original roundhouse area; the Union Pacific Big Boy locomotive on display; and demonstrations of the turntable on a regular basis. They also give talks on the history of Steamtown. The Scranton yard occupies about 40 acre
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The Vineyard at Hershey
Middletown, PA
Latest Review
Opening February 2012! Hours Beginning February 25, 2012 Saturday: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sunday: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
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Hummingbird Ridge Winery
York Haven, PA
Latest Review
Tom Day, owner of Hummingbird Ridge Winery won a Silver Medal with Hummingbird Ridge Winery's Moonlight White, made from the Vidal Blanc grape,on March 27, 2011 at the Finger Lakes International Wine Competition Making 14 different wines currently at their winery located off of Interstate 83, Newberrytown Exit 32 in northern York County Open Saturday & Sunday 11am to 6pm
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Kempton Excavating
Kempton, PA
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Since 1934, Hawk Mountain Sanctuary is an international center for raptor conservation, education, observation and research.During the migrations in spring and fall; there are really well organized counts involving amateur radio operators,airplanes ,and a huge network of spotters, counting hawks. I am fortunate to have been there when they estimated a 100,000 hawks passed in a single "kettle"
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Susquehanna Glass
Columbia, PA
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Tour Availability:Tuesday: 10:30 a.m. & 1 p.m.,Thursday: 10:30 a.m. & 1 p.m. Reservations Required Factory closes when the temperature reaches 90 degrees. Susquehanna has been making excellent barware, stemware, and crystal gift items since 1910.Demonstrations of hand cutting of glass demonstrations. I can guarantee that you'll want to buy something. The factory store is open Tuesday through Saturday 9:00am to 5:00pm.and closed Sunday & Monday.
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Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania
Ronks, PA
Latest Review
The museum has more than 100 historic locomotives and railroad cars that chronicle American railroad history. An interactive display allows visitors to "take the throttle" on a simulated run in a real freight locomotive, climb aboard a caboose, inspect a 62-ton locomotive from underneath, view restoration activities via closed-circuit television, enjoy interactive educational programs, and more.
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