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Gettysburg Heritage Center - A self-guided tour presents a concise history of the Civil War era and Battle of Gettysburg with remarkable realism through life-sized dioramas.

Aaron & Jessica's Buggy Rides - Buggy Rides offers several different routes through real Amish farms. They take you right through the middle of Amish Farms, on private roads with no cars and you'll see real Amish Life.

Americana Museum of Bird-in-Hand - You can take a relaxing walk through small town America at the dawn of the 20th century. Visit a barber shop, millinery, woodworking shop, tea parlor, toy store, print shop, blacksmith shop, and much more!

Daniel Boone Homestead - Daniel was born here in 1734 and spent his first 16 years here before his family migrated to North Carolina. Today the site tells the story of Daniel's youth and the saga of the region's 18th century settlers by contrasting their lives and cultures.

Dutch Wonderland Family Amusement Park - Located in the heart of PA Dutch Country, Dutch Wonderland offers 48 acres of fun. The park features 28 rides plus attractions and live shows featuring the Great American High Diving Team. From roller coasters, watercoasters and bumper cars to the Giant Slide, Carousel and Riverboat, there's something for everyone in the family.

Gettysburg National Military Park - Located 50 miles northwest of Baltimore, the small town of Gettysburg was the site of the largest Civil War battle ever waged in the Western Hemisphere.

Gettysburg Battlefield Museum and Visitor Center - Start your visit this summer at the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center. The Museum and Visitor Center at Gettysburg National Military Park provides you with information to begin your Gettysburg Experience.

Hershey's Chocolate World - The official visitors center of Hershey Foods Corporation. Open year-round and absolutely free, here you’ll explore the art of chocolate making on a simulated factory tour ride that concludes with a delicious sample.

Mid Atlantic Air Museum - The story of Mid-Atlantic Aviation is not just the story of airplanes, but of ideas. It is also a story of productivity, perseverance, patriotism, and above all, the people that made these ideas a reality. The story of Mid-Atlantic Aviation begins with people.

Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania - The Museum houses one of the most significant collections of historic railroad artifacts in the world.

Adventure Sports in Hershey - Offers fun for the whole family. Adventure Sports in Hershey includes batting cages, Adventure golf, Go-karts and more!

The First National Bank Museum - Enjoy a guided tour of the First National Bank Museum and discover one of the few banks still preserved in its original setting in the United States.

Crystal Cave - The most popular natural attraction in Pennsylvania. Crystal Cave is both educational and fun for the entire family.

Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre - A 384-seat theater located in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Dutch Apple has entertained groups since 1987.

Hersheypark - A world-class theme park boasting more than 55 rides in a beautiful 110-acre setting. With eight thrill-filled roller coasters, six drenching water rides, more than 20 delightful kiddie rides, restaurants, snack shops, games, and gift shops.

Lake Tobias Wildlife Park - Fascinating patrons with its wild, exotic animals, adventure-seeking safari tours, petting zoos, and a reptile building featuring the African Ball Python, Cockatoo, Iguana, Lizards and more!

Maple Grove Raceway - One of the top NHRA race facilities in the country. Annually hosting events from March through November, Maple Grove plays host to over 400,000 spectators and participants each season. The track, which has been in operation since 1962, has one of the richest histories in the Motorsports community.

Old Spokes Auto Museum - This private car collection is always changing, but has many great examples of Hudson, Essex and Terraplane automobiles on hand at all times.

Williams Grove Speedway - The speedway is a one-half mile semi-banked clay oval. The facility has seating for over 10,000 people including a grandstand and an infield for spectators that is separate from the pit area.

Hershey Museum - As fun and yummy as it's chocolate! You can see how they make the chocolate in Hershey, visit the exciting Discovery room, walk through the galleries and much more!

Zoo America - An 11-acre walk-through zoo which exhibits plants and animals native to five regions of North America. More than 150 animals, representing some 70 species, serve as ambassadors to provide us with a new perspective on our natural environment.

National Watch & Clock Museum - The collection has increased to over 12,000 items and the museum since it's opening date. Today, the museum is recognized as the largest and most comprehensive horological collection in North America.