Sleep Inn & Suites
7100 Allentown Blvd
Harrisburg, PA 17112
Phone: (717) 545-7715
Fax: (717) 545-7709
7100 Allentown Blvd , Harrisburg, PA, US, 17112
- Phone: (717) 545-7715
- Fax: (717) 545-7709
Sipping wine in the beautiful vineyards is the ultimate experience for a wine lover. And West Hanover Winery in Harrisburg provides just that. There are many award-wining wines to choose from. With Appalachian Mountains as a backdrop and trees bordering the vineyard, the place is perfect to host many grand events. Many other events like music concerts, celebrations and parties too have been organized here, as they also provide efficient catering and event management services.
The Hummelstown Area Historical Society is Hummelstown's historical archive where the history and genealogy of Hummelstown is preserved. There is a museum too, which displays artifacts dating back to the 17th Century. This center also has a library and reading room with an extensive collection of books of all genres. This center is an excellent place to get acquainted with the town's history and culture. For further information do check their website.
Situated along the West Hersheypark Drive, Zoo America provides a great natural habitat for the wildlife found in various regions across the country. A popular tourist destination, Zoo America is committed towards preserving the wildlife and takes several initiatives to fulfill its goal. Some of the animals and birds found here include Reindeers, American Alligators, Crocodiles, Barred Owls, Rattlesnakes, Canada Lynx and several other exotic animals. For kids, the zoo hosts numerous programs that help expand their knowledge about wildlife and also facilitate a better understanding of the surrounding area. And if in case, you want to participate in conserving the animals, the zoo offers an annual individual membership and also a family membership.
Spread over 23 acres of land, Hershey Gardens boast beautiful manicured theme gardens and a reputed Butterfly house, which is a great attraction for the tourists. The Children's Garden is simply stunning and offers an opportunity to its visitors to learn about the world of plants and flowers. Some of the other theme gardens located here include a herb garden, a rock garden, ornamental grasses, a Japanese garden, Mrs Hershey's rose garden and a seasonal display garden. The beautiful surroundings also offer rental space like an outdoor tent, an education center and a shaded classroom to visitors for holding weddings and other private events.
Any fitness enthusiast would love this place. You could hike or bike along the varied trails, each of which has its own specialty. Although fairly new, Boyd Big Tree Preserve Conservation Area is popular and is thronged by locals and tourists alike. The park houses some of the most beautiful and endangered species of trees and birds. A wide variety of programs are offered too, apart from guided tours. Check the website or call for additional information.
Located near Fort Indiantown Gap Military Reservation in East Hanover Township, 30 minutes east of Harrisburg, the 230-acre Memorial Lake State Park features an 85-acre lake perfect for boating, sailing and fishing. Picnicking and hiking are also popular activities.
Consisting of rolling fields and woodlands along Interstate 81 in Lebanon and Schuylkill counties 14 miles north of Lebanon and three miles west of Pine Grove, between Second and Blue Mountains, one of the main attractions of the 3,520-acre Swatara State Park is the eight miles of Swatara Creek that meanders through the park. Though underdeveloped, the park still provides such recreational activities as fishing, hiking, boating, and hunting.
Drawing in visitors of all ages, color and taste is the wonderful Hershey's Chocolate World. This place is mainly a visitor's center that includes a variety of attractions, features and events that make it different from any old boring information center. It forms a part of the bigger entertainment complex including the Hersheypark, the museum and the Giant Center. The Hershey Chocolate World takes you in to the hidden world of chocolate and the wonderful factory that churns out the many yummy chocolate bars and treats, and the infamous Hershey's Kisses. Kids and adults will love the tours, interactive sessions and the animated musical extravaganza; the Really Big 3-D Show. Enjoy the many fun activities and events that go on at this center. The timings of the center as well as the tours vary with the season and on special holidays, so make sure you call ahead for details or take a look at their website.
Hersheypark, opened in 1907, is a theme park in its namesake city. This amusement park is not only a kids park but also attracts people of all ages. It organizes various family activities, features over 100 rides, rollercoasters and water rides, and also organizes entertainment shows and concerts.
The Hershey Partnership is Hershey's tourist information center. All you would like to know about the world's sweetest place is found here. The center provides all the necessary information including the accommodation options, dining places, shopping centers and major tourist attractions. They also publish a reference book called Your Guide to Chocolate Town which is sure to be quite useful for all visitors. Thus when in Hershey make sure you visit the Hershey Partnership first to get all your facts about the city right. For further information do check their website.
Indian Echo Caverns is a must visit when in Hummelstown. The limestone caves formed over centuries of geographical transformations are a marvel to look at. And you can catch a glimpse of bats and raccoons too. The well-informed tour guide provides more information on its history and importance. Apart from the ancient caverns, caves and limestone crevices, there is a zoo, playground and arrangements made for hosting private events. Do check out the unique souvenirs at the Gift Shop, where they have many interesting things for kids. All said, this is a great place to explore the earth's crevices like none other.
With an ongoing commitment to conservation, Zoo America North American Wildlife Park displays its native plants and wildlife in habitats depicting five natural regions of North America. Elk, bobcats, grey wolves, owls, snakes, black bears, otters, and alligators are just some of the fascinating creatures that can be seen at the Zoo America North American Wildlife Park.