Although we all associate the name Hershey with candy, Hersheypark is even sweeter. Enjoy more than a dozen roller coasters, 20 kids rides, 65 other rides and enticing activities. Take home a bit of the exhilarating day with you from the retail emporium. See shows and concerts. Check out the 15 water rides for children, and including the most zealous adventurer, there is fun for all. Rent a cabana at the boardwalk to relax in between all the amusement at Hersheypark. When hunger strikes, nibble your way through the over 25 dining locations.
The Battle of Gettysburg took place in 1863 during the Civil War. The almost 4000 acre park includes the Gettysburg National Cemetery. The Park Service is attempting to restore the landscape of the battlefield as it was during the Battle of Gettysburg. Artifacts and more are available for viewing at the Gettysburg Museum and Visitor Center. Escorted tours of the Battlefield are recommended on a bus, or in your car with a guide. There are many events at the park and the museum. Visitors who wish to stay for a while may check in to one of the area bed and breakfasts, hotels, inns, campgrounds or cabins.
This National Historic Landmark has become hugely popular over the years, with many visitors and residents in Pennsylvania heading over to admire the natural beauty and stunning surroundings. You will be awe-struck by the stunning grounds as well as by the house itself, which is built over a waterfall and was designed by the famous Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1930s. The way in which the structure stretches over the waterfall makes it unique and fascinating, attracting many visitors who are eager to take a guided tour.
The museum has fabulous collections of art, triumphant creations from all over the world. In addition, these amazing items are accompanied by tours, lectures, performances and classes. Ancient pre-Columbian artifacts astound with the painstaking decorations on pitchers and fanciful sculptures. For example, a delicately handcarved Hornbill ivory belt from the 18th century China is shown in the East Asian Department. Not to be missed are the broaches, amulets and ankle bracelets from India, Nepal, Morocco as well as America. Gold, Silver, bone and hair are only some of the elements of these incredible jewelry pieces.
If you want to visit and explore a unique community in the Pennsylvania area, Strasburg is a place not to be missed. You will find a huge array of things to see and do here, with everything from the fascinating Amish village through to quaint shops, theatrical entertainment and more. Pay a visit to the fabulous Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, which is a place that will fascinate both kids and adults. You can also explore the Sight and Sound Theatres and enjoy some incredible theatrical performances during your time here.